In addition to being an EmCee, Candice Modiselle is also a presenter and an actress who has used her talent to win the hearts of many fans of entertainment-related products. The fact that she appeared as an actress on Generation The Legacy and that she is now a presenter on YoTV are two of her greatest professional accomplishments.
Candice Modiselle is an EmCee, a presenter, and an actress who has used her talent to win the hearts and minds of a wide range of fans of entertainment-related products. Despite the fact that she is the lastborn child of the Modiselle sisters, her life and behavior do not appear to be those of a woman who has been over-pampered and who must rely on her other successful sisters for support in order to make a decent living. After her father passed away in 1997, she and her sisters were left to be raised by their mother, who was also a single parent.
She has been in a couple of films, but her performance in Generations: The Legacy is the one that stands out the most. She had portrayed the character of Lerato Matema in that well-known movie. Her sincerity has earned her a great level of respect from her peers.
She was one of six finalists in the ACT DALRO performance scholarship competition in 2012, and she graduated from the University of Witwatersrand with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dramatic Arts in 2017. She is currently working as a freelance actor (Honours). Candice began working as a presenter on YOTV Live in June 2016, and she remained on the show for two years before leaving in June 2018. In the course of her stay on YOTV, she was cast in the recurring role of Lerato on the SABC1 soapie Generations: The Legacy, in which she made her first appearance on January 12, 2017.
Furthermore, in 2018, she appeared as a guest presenter on the SABC1 music series Live AMP and Selimathunzi.
Having obtained her Bachelor's Degree and Honours Degree in Dramatic Arts from the University of the Witwatersrand, Candice is much more than just a gorgeous face in the South African entertainment industry; she is quickly establishing herself as a major figure in the country.
After gaining valuable experience in the entertainment industry, Candice decided to share her knowledge by working as a lecturer at the OnCue Interface Talent School, where she teaches television presenting to aspiring talent.
She got rejected 15 times before landing her first TV job at the age of 21
A recent interview with K Danielles Media revealed that Candice had a difficult time breaking into the entertainment world. It was necessary for her to persevere and not give up on her dream despite being rejected numerous times.
Photo Credit: Candice Modiselle Instagram Page
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