I was unhappy until I followed my dreams - Lesedi Job, actress & director
In this segment of #Gamechangers, actress and director Lesedi Job opens up about the ups and downs of theatre, and her gift of performing.
Job says that when she finished High School, she studied a journalism degree.
I was not doing well at University. I wasn't inspired to go to classes and I was unhappy. Everything about my spirit was down.Lesedi Job, actress and director
Jobs says that she had a conversation with her mother who just couldn't her as an actress.
She adds that she was intensely questioned about her relationship with acting, and her future in the industry.
I put myself out there and I entered idols. I made it to the top 32.Lesedi Job, actress and director
Jobs says that her mother eventually told her that she could go to Wits to study Dramatic Arts.
Everything clicked into place when I go there - I was happier she adds.
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This article first appeared on 702 : I was unhappy until I followed my dreams - Lesedi Job, actress & director
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