Don Mosenye is a South African actor best known for his starring role as Justice, Khosi's car salesman husband who has a penchant for luxury cars which tends to get them in a financial bind, in the e.tv drama series Easy Money.
Don was born and raised in Mafikeng in the North West Province. He started acting at the Mmabana Arts Foundation and completed a National Diploma in Dramatic Arts at the Pretoria Technikon (which later became Tshwane University of Technology).
In 2011 he appeared in the play The Coolie Odyssey at the Market's Main Theatre and in 2014 he starred in Aubrey Sekhabi's play Silent Voice in a run at the Playhouse Loft in Durban, which tells the story of four gangsters on the run with their loot after a heist. Also starring (as the other three gangsters) were Presley Chweneyagae, Zenzo Ngqobe and Chuck Shisana).
Other theatre productions he has acted in include playing Benvolio in Clare Stopford's production of Romeo and Juliet; a host of plays directed by Paul Grootboom including Dikeledi, King Lear, A Crime Story and Hamlet (in which he played Guildenstern); The Color Purple; Hamlet Machine; and The Zoo.
On television, Don has had guest starring and recurring roles in a number of productions including Generations, Society, Sokhulu & Partners, Getroud met Rugby, City Ses'la and Rhythm City.
He landed his first starring role in television in 2017, in the e.tv drama series Easy Money.