Candice Modiselle Shares Success Story. Candice Modiselle’s journey in the entertainment industry is a testament to the power of patience and a positive attitude while awaiting a breakthrough.
The actress, storyteller, host, and social entrepreneur faced her share of disappointments, including a failed attempt to secure a scholarship years ago.
However, her story has come full circle as she now stands as a host and mentor with the same organization that once eluded her.
Candice, known for her role as an executive producer and host of The Five Minute Call Show on YouTube and the founder of Sellé Jewellery, utilizes her platform to uplift emerging creatives.
The show fosters growth and transparency in an industry often overlooked and undervalued, emphasizing values of diligence, discipline, and respect.
In her acting career, Candice played a significant role in the first African Disney Plus Anthology, Kizazi Moto: Generation Fire, and featured in Netflix’s Jiva, showcasing her versatility.
As a presenter, she achieved milestones by hosting prestigious events like the Forbes 30 under 30, the 2022 South African Craft Awards, the 2022 Feather Awards, and the South African Film and Television Awards.
Acknowledging the challenges she faced, Candice has experienced periods of professional drought, where gigs were scarce.
Reflecting on her earlier years, she recalls being unsuccessful in securing a scholarship from the Arts & Culture Trust over a decade ago.
Fast forward to the present, and Candice returns to the same organization as a mentor and host, completing a remarkable journey of growth and resilience.
Expressing her gratitude, Candice shared, “Lord, I am in awe of you!🙌🏽🙌🏽 We truly do serve a God that finishes a work He begins in us.
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How far you have brought me… 11 years later, I returned as a host and mentor. And what an emotional experience it was. I’m so proud of each and every one of these sensational storytellers.”