Lesley Musina Profile
Lesley Musina is a multi-talented South African Actor, Voice Over Artist, MC and DJ. He is known for his powerful roles amongst others on etv’s Scandal were he played the role of prince Todani. He’s currently a lead actor on SABC 2’s leading soap opera, Muvhango were he portrays the role of Ndalamo and also the presenter of Speak Out, a consumer rights show on SABC 2.
He is passionate about social issues and is currently an ambassador for “Kick It” campaign, an anti-substance abuse campaign for the Gauteng department of Social Development. He’s also been involved in a number of campaigns in Limpopo for both the provincial and local governments.
A voice over artist and a mean disc-jockey with a very eclectic selection as he takes his audience through a journey of various genres and eras. What sets Lesley apart from most DJ’s is that he can play any genre of music, from: Jazz, Soul, Disco, House, R&B, Hip hop, Kwaito and Classics. He’ll rock any crowd, young and old. “I believe that music is 1 medium that’s able to transcend through time and audiences of diverse backgrounds. Music evokes memories from people, the ethos and principles I apply in my acting, public speaking and DJ’ing are the same, I focus on what gives us common ground. Educate, entertain and leave people with something to think about. Everything is a microcosm of the other. If people can’t see themselves in the characters I portray, or remember where they where, what was happening in their lives when they hear my music, I hope that they’ll at least endevour to live the lifestyle that my character lives. The next time they hear that song, they remember the last gig where I played. A form of escapism and healing.” He was a club DJ for 5 years, having played at some of Gautrng’s top clubs. Nowadays he mostly plays at annual shows.
Lesley Musina Age – Lesley Musina Date of Birth
He was born on October 24, 1980.
Lesley Musina Married
Lesley has been romatically linked to Khumbul’ekhaya presenter, Andile Gaelesiwe. He says he would love to have more children. “Parenthood is great, but I think it’s easier to raise a child as loving parents. I believe in marriage. One day I would love to get married, have more children and have a great family, but all in good time,” he says. However, he refuses to talk about his relationship with Andile.