He gained popularity through doing comedy and is gaining prominence in the entertainment circle. He has grown to be among the first generation comedians from Mzansi.
Apart from his profession, the talented comedian is a father and a husband. Making people laugh comes easy with Felix. His parents played a huge role in shaping him into the man he is today.
|Profession||Comedian, radio personality|
He is a popular figure in the entertainment industry and is making a name as a comedian. He is now a personality her South Africans look up to.
Though he is being cagey about his private life, we gathered that the comedy heavyweight was born on 11 November.
Felix Hlophe is married to Tracey Smith, his sweetheart, and mother of his child. Their wedding was held in Durban on a weekend.
The same year, the couple welcomed their baby boy named Amile Hlophe. The ceremony was graced by other notable personalities in the entertainment industry.
Legendary radio host, Linda Sibiya and renowned Pastor, Vusi Dube attended the memorable celebration.
He currently works at Gagasi FM after holding a show on VUMA 103 FM.
Felix performs in isiZulu, his native tongue, and is a stand-up comedian.
He holds his standup gigs around South Africa including 99% Zulu Comedy and the Hallelujah Comedy Show at The Playhouse.
Lately, he held a performance on one night in Pietermaritzburg; ‘I Hate My Wife’ and ‘Bad Teacher’.
Felix is active on social media and his Instagram handle houses many contents that will make you laugh. Boasting over 197k followers, he shares updates on his career and lifestyle.
He works with Gagasi FM on “The Uprising Breakfast Show”. On the show, he engages listeners with interesting topics on Sports, News, Competition, giveaways.
“Seize the morning, seize the day” Tune into The Uprising Breakfast Show on Gagasi FM for an amazing Radio experience with intriguing topics, Sports, News, Competition, giveaways, and more between 06-09:00 with myself Felix Hlophe.
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