Khanyisa Titus biography
Khanyisa Titus (born 05 April 1990) is a South African TV presenter, voice-over artist, writer, producer, and entrepreneur. She walked into the spotlight for hosting Our Perfect Wedding, an Mzansi Magic reality series.
She hails from the Eastern Cape province South Africa and it was her first role on television.
|Date of birth||5 April 1990|
|Birthday||5th of April|
|Profession||Presenter, voice-over artist, writer, producer, and entrepreneur.|
|Popular for||Hosting Our Perfect Wedding|
Her date of birth is on the 5th of April 1990, Khanyisa Titus is 30 years old (2020).
She was present for the 2017 OPW Presenter Search auditions with her cousin.
After waiting for a long time in a crowded warehouse the two (2) left the scene without auditioning.
Kayise Ngqula emerged winner of the talent search and made her first appearance on Our Perfect Wedding as a presenter on the 21st of January, 2018.
Later, Khanyisa joined a talent agency to get voiceover work. Her agent forwarded her name for an audition in 2019. Khanyisa got the job as a presenter on Our Perfect Wedding.
Her first appearance was in the season ten (10) premiere which aired on the 29th of March, 2020.
She also seems to be active on Instagram and has uploaded 86 posts, 1793 followers and is following 332, at the time this article was published.
She shares beautiful pictures of herself and works. On her Instagram profile, followers stay connected to her lifestyle and work update.
Our Perfect Wedding
Viewers and lovers of Our Perfect Wedding were surprised to see a new presenter making her first appearance.
Khanyisa Titus, who has a loud and confident character, won viewers over.
Lovers and viewers of the show were filled with surprises when Nomsa Buthelezi was not on their screens. She has been replaced by Khanyisa Titus.
Viewers are eager to see the new spark and vibe Khanyisa would bring to the show.
- “Khanyisa Titus. TVSA” retrieved 04-06-2020.
- “Nonkululeko Ngqola, Mzansi viewers loving the new ‘Our Perfect Wedding’ presenter“. Briefly retrieved 04-06-2020.