Netflix - How to Ruin Christmas - S1, S2, S3
uBaba Wase Next Door - Lead - Mlungisi Bhengu
Netlix - Jiva - Mayor Gwede
Netflix - Queen Sono - Role of Minister of Security
Where others Wavered (feature for Namibia starring Danny Glover) - Cameo role (4 calls)
Coup (Feature film for Out of Africa) - role of the driver
Deep State - Role of General Drabo
The River - Role of Kgopolo Mabona
The Wife - Role of Mr Dladla
Generations - Cameo
Isphindiselo - Role of Isaac
Wa Lepelle - Role of Lepelle
Queen Sono - Role of Minister of Security
Hope- Lead role of Captain Letebele
iKhaya- Lead role of Eddie
Ring Of Lies S2-Cameo Role of Prosecutor
Isithembiso- Support Role of MEC
Rhythm City - Support Role of Wiseman
Keeping Score - Lead Role of Justice
Moving on Again (Educational Program) - lead
Isidingo - support role of Khalo (Journalist)
Backstage - 6 calls as Dr Holomisa
Zero Tolerance - 1 episode as business man
Mtumzini.com (TV Series) - 6 calls as Vinne
Afrox - corporate training video
Presenter on Forgive & Forget (ETV)
SAFTA Winner for Best Actor in a TV Comedy - 2022
Voice overs for FNB, KFC
Commercials - FNB, Vicks, Inkomazi
Sports (Tennis, Squash, Cycling, Soccer)
Saint Seseli is a South African actor best known for his role as Justice, a former world champion boxer who opens a sporting academy as a last shot at redemption, in the SABC2 telenovela Keeping Score.
He was previously known for his role as Raymond on the SABC1 soapie Generations, from 2012-2013.
Born in Johannesburg and raised in Soweto, Saint is a Mosotho of Zulu birth.
From 1991-1992 he did a National Diploma in Marketing & Sales Management at Technikon Northern Gauteng and the following year did a Marketing and Business Management diploma at Damelin.
He has also got a National Diploma in Marketing Management behind his name.
Saint is an accomplished script/copy writer and features writer, with published work in City Press, Bike SA Magazine, Y-Magazine and Ebony Magazine, among others.
He is best known as an actor and voice-over artist, having appeared in numerous television series, films and TV and radio commercials.
Saint first appeared on television alongside Hlomla Dandala in 1987 in the 26-episode educational show Moving On Again. He has since had starring, recurring and guest roles in numerous television shows including Home Affairs, Zero Tolerance, Soul City, Backstage, eKasi: Our Stories, Jacob's Cross, Task Force, Sokhulu & Partners, Roer Jou Voete, isiBaya, High Rollers, Entabeni, Ashes to Ashes, Ihawu, My Perfect Family, Skeem Saam and The Queen.
He hosted some episodes of the e.tv docu-reality series Forgive & Forget in 2008 and had his profile raised in 2012 when he had a year-long recurring arc as Raymond on Generations, at the time the most-watched show in South Africa.
In 2016 he began starring in SABC2's first ever telenovela, Keeping Score. His character, Justice, is a former boxing champion estranged from his two daughters and unable to sustain any real relationships. Justice believes that the real world is the only place he gets hurt: his only real home is the ring; his true family are the fighting fans.
A self-taught bass guitarist and drummer, Saint is fluent in seven of South Africa's official 11 languages. Saint continues to be one of South Africa’s most respected lead actors.