Presley Chweneyagae

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Presley Chweneyagae (born 1984 in the North West Province, South Africa) is a South African actor. He starred in the film Tsotsi, which won the Academy Award for Foreign Language Film at the 78th Academy Awards. His mother, Agnes Keagile named him after her favourite singer, Elvis Presley.[citation needed] Although he had acted before in plays, Tsotsi was his first feature film. He is currently[when?] acting as "Thuso" in the South African Sopie,[clarification needed] "The River".

He has recently been focusing on stage plays and more films. His latest films include More Than Just a Game, State of Violence and Africa United. He is currently doing a play about Solomon Mahlangu, a former MK cadre who was hanged at the age of 21.

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