Born October 19th 1984 in Mafikeng in the North West Province. He started attending children drama classes and acting at the tender age of 10 at the North West Arts Council (now known as The Mmabana Arts Culture and Sports Foundation). Since then he portrayed roles in stage plays like “Jack in the box”; “The Grandball”; “Dikeledi” an adaptation of a Greek tragedy, “Electra” where he played Orestess; “A midsummer night’s dream” played Bottom and Puck; “Julius Ceasar” played Mark Anthony; “Hamlet” played Hamlet; “Relativity” played Lungi and Pelo; “Urban Reality” played Simon; “Cards” played Jones and Piper, Kalushi, Rhetorical, Silent Voice. Presley has also appeared on the MTN advert and The National Land Act Exhibition and “Beautiful Things”.
His writing credits include Internationally acclaimed stage play Relativity(Now published as a book with Ste publishers), which he co-wrote with Paul Grootboom. He now recently directed his award-winning play CELL NO 4.