Tony Kgoroge Biography
Tony Kgoroge is a South African art activist and actor best known for his leading roles in the series Gaz’lam (2002-2003) and Zero Tolerance (2004), both of which he left after one season.
Tony Kgoroge Wife
Tony has been married to Sthandiwe Msomi for close to two decades now considering that they tied the knot in 2002. It has been 17 years of blissful marriage. This is something very rare among celebrities in South Africa and the world at large. The challenges that come with being in a relationship, as well as public limelight, are sometimes overwhelming that many couples do not make it.
On the secret of their success, Sthandiwe Kgoroge revealed that they are each other’s best friends. In addition to that, the two are always able to pray about the things they feel could be overwhelming. According to the wife, this has really been helpful. There is no known information about Tony having an ex and his relationship with his wife is going stronger every day
Tony Kgoroge Child
Tony Kgoroge’s child Tony and his wife have been married for quite a while now. The two are blessed with 3 children.
Tony Kgoroge Nationality
The actor is a multi-lingual South African. He speaks Tswana, English, SeSotho, and Afrikaans. So what is Tony Kgoroge’s age? While he has not put it out in the open, the actor still appears to be young.
Tony Kgoroge Hometown
Tony Kgoroge Theatre
- Die jogge
- Three Penny Opera
- Mooi Street Moves
- Woza Albert
- Fiddler on the Roof
Tony Kgoroge Tv Shows
- Isidingo, where he acted as Sammy Chirendza.
- Soul City, where many will remember him for the doctor in the show.
- Tarzan Deafening Silence Young Vision
- Gaz-lam where he was the Jimi.
- Dark Angles
- Life is Wild
- Madam and Eve
- Zero Tolerance where he acted as Vuyo Khumalo
Tony Kgoroge Movies
- Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom
- Highjack Stories
- God is African
- Hotel Rwanda
- Lord of War
- The First Grader
- Cold Harbour
He plays ambitious Khayelitsha policeman Sizwe Miya, who uncovers an abalone smuggling scheme while investigating a Triad murder. The role was written especially for him and he does all his own stunts in the film, even taking on former Intercontinental World Muaythai Thai Super middleweight champion Quentin Chong and a German shepherd guard dog in different scenes.
In 2015 he was elected as the chairperson of the Creative and Cultural Industries Federation of South Africa (CCIFSA). The CCIFSA board will represent the interests of South African artists in various sectors.
- 1997: Vita Award for Best Upcoming Actor
- 2014: Best Actor at the Durban International Film Festival for his role in Cold Harbour.
- He received an honorary award from the Pretoria University of Technology.