Candice Modiselle (born 16 May 1995) is a South African choreographer, actress, and presenter. She is famous for her role on the SABC1 soap opera, Generations; The Legacy, as Lerato.
Her date of birth is on 16 May 1995. Candice Modiselle is 24 years old (2019)
She holds a Wits Drama Honours graduate. As an actress, she enjoys using her career and fame as a source of inspiration to youths across the country.
Candice attended McAuley House Convent in Parktown, Johannesburg. From Grade 10 to her Matric, she studied Drama as a high school subject.
As they say, “your gifts make way for you”, the actress case is not different. She has won the minds of several lovers of entertainment stuff.
She is the last born to the Modiselle sisters, Bontle and Refilwe. It reflects on her everyday life and attitude, though she doesn’t look over-pampered.
The actress lost her dad in 1997 and ever since she and her sisters were raised by their mother alone.
At the age of seven (7) young Candice Modiselle had already started charting the course that her life would follow.
“It was at that time that the desire to become a trapeze artist has grown in her.”
Though she had a passion for becoming other things, she started performing at the age of ten (10). She performed in a stage production in an event that took place at McAuley House School, Cagebirds.
In the play, she portrayed the dominant role of the Wild One. Candice was among the six (6) finalists in the 2012 ACT DALRO performance scholarship competition.
In 2017, she graduated from the University of Witwatersrand. In 2016, she landed a presenting gig on YOTV live and spent two (2) years in the show.
While she was in YOTV, she played the role of Lerato on the SABC1 soapie Generations: The Legacy.
This was her debut appearance in 2017 and also appeared as a guest presenter on the SABC1 music shows Live AMP and Selimathunzi in the next year, 2018.
She was among the four (4) celebrities featured on Come Dine With Me South Africa, Season 5 Episode 1. She landed her debut starring role on TV in the 1Magic / Mzansi Magic drama series Impilo (The Scam) in 2019.
Aside from choreographing, acting, and presenting, she also has a passion for hanging out with her family, who she considers as her closest friends.
She also has a passion for teaching and has helped her to teach at OnCue Interface School of Television and Radio.