Warren Masemola Reflects On His 40 Years On Earth

"Life begins at 40!"

By  | May 21, 2023, 04:26 PM  | Warren Masemola  | Drama

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"This is 40!" says an ecstatic Warren Masemola as he turns the big 4.0. Reflecting on his life on Earth, Warren took to Instagram to celebrate 4 decades.

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Warren is known for being one of the best actors in Mzansi. His career spans years as he became a household name in City Ses'la. From there, he has taken on more diverse roles cementing his name as one of the greats. 

Warren can easily body any character he plays whether queer, gangster, or comedic, he does it all.

"Every living thing is very happy when it is loved," begins Warren.

In the first 10 years on earth, Warren wrote:

"Born in my maternal grandmother’s main bedroom of a four-room house and soon after taken to GaRankuwa Hospital under the Bophuthatswana government for care."

On his 2nd decade, Warren said:

"Grew up in the transitional phase of apartheid into democracy under the Transvaal government where I quickly switched from Setswana to Sepedi while experiencing Alopecia and my father & mother were building a warm home for my siblings and I, made of bricks…moving out a shack house."

Warren continues shedding light on his 3rd decade:

"My God and Ancestors then brought me to this city coined and titled a City Of Gold with a pot of talent where my unbeknownst passion would blossom to flourish into a career I will eternally cherish in portraying what the human is, are…a showcase."

And lastly, as he turned 40 years old, Warren expressed gratitude for having lived a fruitful life:

"I and I still continue to give thanks to the highest, especially the guidance and strength to raise a Mansa in this journey with the blessing of H.E and H.E’s mother into thee FOURTH FLOOR aka MY FLOOR aka ‘Life Begins At Four’ty-ooohhh!!!?’…leggo!!!"

Warren recently opened up about his condition Alopecia. In an interview with Somizi Mhlongo on 
Downtime With Somizi, he spoke about how a comedian made fun of him. 
"I am sitting at home with my family and when I try to rectify it then, then they say, 'hold up Warren, its comedy,'"
He concluded by saying," It is really difficult, I grew up with alopecia, it is not nice, I go skinny deep in the pool at natural mountains with friends and not everybody understands what alopecia is."
Alopecia is a condition where you lose all or some hair on your body.

The multi-talented and extremely versatile actor Warren Masemola has exited House Of Zwide as he portrays the character Alex Khadzi. 
eTV in a statement at the time, said Warren would go head to head with another legendary actor, Vusi Kunene who played Funani. His character was that of a design genius, who appeared on September 19.
He has since exited the show.

 “Much like his character, his creations are colourful, provocative, and eye-catching. In our world, Alex is part of that new crop of young, bold South African designers who are starting to make a name for themselves internationally,” wrote eTV.
“Alex is a high-flier, and his biggest achievements include featuring on the Forbes’ “30 under 30” as well as winning the coveted LVMH Prize for young designers. But don’t let the charm and bright outfits fool you, Alex has a heart of darkness. But first, he wants to bring Funani to his knees…” the statement concludes. 
House of Zwide became one of the very few shows to take the number 2 spot away from Generations: The Legacy. 
HOZ officially became the third most-watched telenovela in SA. According to a viewership report by the Broadcast Research Council of South Africa (BRCSA), House Of Zwide attracted more than 4 million South Africans. 
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