Mackmillian Leshumo (also credited as Mac Leshomo and MacMillian Leshomo) is a South African actor, dancer, presenter and singer best known for hosting the SABC1 dance reality competition Turn It Out, from 2011-2012.
He was replaced as the host of Turn It Out in Season 2 by Noluthando Meje.
He also played a supporting character on the mobi soap So Like Life and played the role of Fana on the SABC3 soapie Isidingo. Mac has also presented such shows as Craz-e, YOTV Land, Crib Notes and iSpani.
He studied a year-long course in acting, singing and dancing at the Johannesburg Youth Centre and followed it up with a one-year course in acting at the Johannesburg Actors Centre.
Whilst studying he appeared in the theatre productions of Shakespeare's A Comedy of Errors, Much Ado About Nothing and Romeo and Juliet.
On film, Mac has appeared in the documentary The Street Life and acted in the films Carol and Seven of Daron. He is multilingual, speaking Zulu, Tswana and English.
He lists among his special talents singing, ice skating, basketball, poetry, rollerblading and stand-up comedy.
In 2014 he had a starring role as Voni Sihlahla in the Mzansi Magic sitcom Kota Life Crisis, about three half-brothers who inherit their father's tuckshop.
In 2015 he landed the starring role of Zwe in the eKasi+ / e.tv sitcom B&B.