|Series||Role||Director / Production Company|
|Chandies 1||Candice||Penguin Films|
|Stokvel 7||Neo||Penguin Films|
|Challenge SOS 6||Presenter||2 Blonds and a Redhead Films|
|Challenge SOS 2&3||Presenter||2 Blonds and a Redhead Films|
|Expresso Breakfast Show||Presenter||Tswelopele Production|
|Challenge SOS 1||Presenter||2 Blonds and a Redhead Films|
|Production||Role||Director / Venue|
|Tseleng||Mbali||Dir. Mbali Kgosidintsi, Maitisong Festival|
|Rome and Juliet||Juliet||Dir. Jacqui Singer, Little Theatre|
|Spring Awakening||Professor Zungenschlag||Dir. Christopher Weare, Little Theatre|
|MacBeki||Journalist||Dir. Christopher Weare, Little Theatre|
|Not Here||Dir. Sanjin Muftic, Rehearsal Studio|
|Wonderland||Dancer||Dir. Jay Pather, Rehearsal Studio|
Training / Experience
|University of Cape Town||BA Theatre and Performance, specialising in Acting|
LANGUAGES: English, Sepedi, Setswana, Sesotho, Afrikaans
ACCENTS: Standard British, Standard American, West African
Luna Lihle is a professional actress, television presenter and voice over artist.
She graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre and Performance (honours) from the University of Cape Town in 2010,earning distinctions in Acting and Movement.
As a voice-over artist, her experience includes commercial work in both television and radio for clients such as the SABC, Bayer, Capitec, Huggies, Kia, Elizabeth Arden, and Johnson and Johnson.
2020 Bayer HMB Course Promo Resonance Studios
2019 Shorething TV Series SABC 2/ Red Letter Day Pictures
2011 Huggies Commercial Giant Films
2011 Kia Picanto Commercial Singh & Sons
2011 Bio Oil Commercial Juice Audio
2011 Elizabeth Arden Commercial Bands Studio
2011 Capitec Commercial 34 Degrees Advertising
2011 YFM Commercial Juice Audio
2011 Stars in Education Web Awards Teacher.org.za
In addition to her achievements as a performing artist, Mpho is also the founder and former Director of an award-winning NPO which offered arts-based training programmes
to severely marginalised youth in South Africa and Ghana. For her outreach work, she was named the 2015 Changemaker of the Year by Australian organisation, YGAP. In the same year, she was also selected by the global anti-poverty campaign, ONE, to be Africa’s firstever Strong Girl Ambassador, addressing world leaders at the 2015 United Nations General Assembly on the social needs of African women and girls.
In 2017, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation recognised and nominated her as an outstanding leader in social change, inviting her to speak at its Inaugural Goalkeepers event alongside fellow change makers Trevor Noah, Graca Machel, Malala Yousafzai and Queen Rania.