Thami ‘Dish’ Kotlolo (born April 8, 1995) is a gay South African known for the creation of the award show, Feathers Awards.
The young South African started his career as a youth actor and is currently serving as the Chief Executive Officer (C. E. O) and founder of one of the top communication and event management company in South Africa known as the Quad Republic.
He is the founder of the Thami Kotlolo Foundation, a non governmental organization that aims to help gay South African youths that have been stigmatized by family and community. He is a regular campaigner for LQTBQ.
South African actor
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|Full Name:||Thami Kotlolo|
|Stage Name:||Thami Dish|
|Born:||8 April 1995|
|Age:||26 years old|
|Place of Birth:||Mamelodi|
|Boyfriend • Husband:||Not Disclosed|
|Occupation:||Actor • Businessman|
Thami ‘Dish’ Kotlolo was born on the 8th of April in 1995. He was born and raised in Mamelodi region of South Africa.
He developed a defensive mechanism from a young age as a result of his sexuality and tended to attack bullies before they could attack him in secondary school. He discovered he was gay at the age of 15.
In secondary school, he started his own dance club and was an active member of his secondary school’s Arts and Drama club. He was raised in a modest household and his parents and immediate family accepted his sexual orientation
Thami ‘Dish’ Kotlolo started and completed his basic and secondary school education in Mamelodi, South Africa.
After graduation from high school, he obtained a degree in musical theatre studies from the Tshwane University of Technology in South Africa.
Thami ‘Dish’ Kotlolo started his career as a child actor. He had several roles as child actor and appeared in the South African youth soap opera, Backstage. He was a member of the cast of the phenomenal and critically acclaimed film, Mr Bones.
He also appeared on several advertisements for large South African corporations and businesses like Coca-cola and Tastic rice.
After his successful career as a child actor he delved into the television industry and worked as a television presenter for YO-Tv. He left this position to obtain his University degree.
After graduation from the University, he came back stronger and started his events and communication company known as Quad Republic. The company became successful and nationally known after a few number of years. At the age of 23 with the help of South African entertainer, Baby Joe, he created the South African award show known as Feathers Awards.
This award show is currently has the vehicle production company Chevrolet as one of its chief sponsors. The awards show is censored by the South African government and it is a once in a year award event that receives a wide coverage from South African news and entertainment television stations.
Thami ‘Dish’ Kotlolo is currently single and had no children. He is in a relationship with a black South African whose name and details he has refused to release. He is yet to disclose his girlfriend, wife or spouse to be identity to the public.
He is a philanthropist and is the founder of the Thami Kotlolo Foundation.
Thami ‘Dish’ Kotlolo is active on social media. He is found on Instagram and Twitter @ThamiDish
The South African actor and businessman, Thami ‘Dish’ Kotlolo has valuated an estimated net worth of $600,000-$750,000.
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