Tony Kgoroge

 Tony Kgoroge - Walter Sisulu

TONY KGOROGE (Walter Sisulu) is an accomplished, award-winning South African theatre, television, and film actor and in 1997 he received a Vita award for the best upcoming actor.

Tony has played lead roles in many top-rated South African television series including Isidingo; Deafening Silence; Dark Angels; Tarzan; Soul City; Gazlam; Homecoming, and Zero Tolerance. Tony's motion picture work includes Justin Chadwick's The First Grader, Clint Eastwood's Invictus in a main supporting role of Jason Tshabalala (Mandela’s bodyguard), Anthony Fabian's Skin, opposite Sophie Okonedo, Blood Diamond, directed by Edward Zwick for Warner Bros.; Lord of War, alongside Nicholas Cage, directed by Andrew Nichols, Terry George's Hotel Rwanda, alongside Don Cheadle and Sophie Okonedo, Hijack Stories, directed by Oliver Schmidt, and The Bird Can't Fly, directed by Dutch filmmaker, Threes Anna. Tony's vast body of Theatre work includes. Equus; Woza Albert; SeZar (in the lead role of Julius Caezar) at the Oxford Playhouse in the United Kingdom, Die Jogger; Fiddler On The Roof; Mooi Street Moves, and Joseph for P.A.C.T. As a graduate of the Pretoria Technikon, Tony received a Honourary award from the Pretoria University of Technology.