The journey to greatness of the popular Candice Modiselle is fantastic. No doubt, she is gradually becoming a force that everyone wants to reckon with as far as South Africa’s entertainment industry is concerned.
Her sisters may have already paved the way in the entertainment industry, but Candice Modiselle is not the kind to ride on others’ success. She is the last born of three, and she does not let that get to her head. Therefore she takes no handouts. If you love her work, know it is because she works tooth and nail to be among the best.
The face of the rising star Candice Modiselle is not new to most entertainment lovers. Candice is one of the popular celebrity Bottle Modiselle sisters, who rocks so well in South Africa. Among other things, the Wits Drama Honours graduate, Generations: The Legacy actress and lecturer Candice derives pleasure using her career and fame to inspire youths across the country. So, here we discuss how she started in life and some of the challenges that she had passed through.
Her passion for painting may have been inspired by her sisters’ careers as performers. At age 7, Candice Modiselle begins to develop the skills that would later help her succeed in the entertainment industry (McAuley House Convent). She is the top student at the University of Witwatersrand, where she is pursuing her Bachelor of Dramatic Arts degree since it is her life’s calling.
Most people make the mistake of believing that success in the same field is automatic if the people who came before them are already enjoying it. And so it was that in 2016, when she was given her first presenting job on YOTV Live, Candice Modiselle won the hearts of many viewers. Therefore, in 2017, she may portray Lerato on the serial opera Generations: The Legacy. She appeared as a special host on the music programs “Live AMP” and “Selimathunzi” the following year. After this, she becomes famous and is featured in the first episode of the fifth season of the British version of the BBC reality show Come Dine With Me South Africa. Impilo, a drama series on Mzansi Magic, features her in 2019.