Sorisha Naidoo Biography: Age, Husband, Net Worth, Wiki, RHOD, Cars, Products, Sister, Business, House

Sorisha Naidoo (born 14 October 1976) is a 45-year-old South African reality star. She is also a businessperson, actress, and model. She is best known as a cast of the Real Housewife of Durban, along with other popular actresses.

As an actress, she is famous for landing the role of Nadia Narian in the series Scandal. In 2008, Sorisha was deemed the best for the editor’s character and later, she became the wife of Daniel Nyathi on the soap opera.

Sorisha Naidoo
Sorisha Naidoo is a 45 years old South African businesswoman, MC, model, and reality TV celebrity.
Background Information
Full Name: Sorisha Naidoo
Born: 24 October 1976 (age 45)
Place of Birth: South Africa
Nationality: South African
Parents: N/A
Children: Saihil Reddy, Kalina Reddy
Education: Journalism
Alma mater: Rhodes University
Siblings: Jashira Naidoo
Spouse: Vivian Reddy
Children: Saihil • Kalina
Occupation: Actress • Businesswoman • MC • Model • Reality TV star
Net Worth: $12 Million

Early Life

Sorisha Naidoo was born on 14 October 1976 in South Africa. She is yet to mention her parents and her siblings to the media. She had her studies in South Africa.


Sorisha Naidoo attended prestigious primary and high school in South Africa. She enrolled at Rhodes University after matriculation from high school.

She graduated with a degree in Journalism after Naidoo had successfully fulfilled the basic requirements of the study.


She played a starring role in Home Affairs. On the SABC1 drama series, she was cast as Shanti.

Sori has also done field presenting on Eastern Mosaic, an SABC2 magazine show. As a radio presenter, she worked for Durban’s East Coast Radio and Highveld Radio Johannesburg.

In 2002, she recorded her big break after she took home the Miss India South Africa title. She is the owner of SSBO, a skincare company.

She was among the 6 divas that were featured on Divas of Jozi, an SABC3 docu-reality series. Sorisha is also featured on the Mzansi dubbed reality TV series Real Housewives of Johannesburg.


She has almost a decade of experience in the cosmetic biz. When she ventured into the business, she had tried to borrow money from her husband who gave her a “no” for a reply.

She then had to build up a credit record with the bank. Though, she didn’t plan to do skin lightening cream. It all happened by chance. 

As a model, during an FHM shoot, she wasn’t okay with the dark color on her elbows and knees.

With the help of the internet, she came across creams that toned her skin and she got lighter. Lately, she got darkened following the constant experiment she does on her skin. 


She is a cast member of the hit unscripted TV show Real Housewives of Durban (RHOD). The show follows rousing ladies who base in Durban. It covers their work and private life.

Personal Life

Sorisha is married to the founder of the Edison Group Vivian Reddy. The union between the businessman and Scandal actress is blessed with two children – Saihil and Kalina.

Many claimed that “she is a gold-digger” for getting married to South Africa’s biggest self-promoting businessman.

Though in an interview session, she said that she welcomed it. It had haunted her, but she cares no more. She is a working-class lady and earns a decent salary. 

Though her husband had a first wife Mogi Naidoo and together they had four children. Sorisha is a stepmother to these children.

Social Media

The model is active on Instagram, where she had garnered decent followership. She regularly drops new posts and has over 2,000 posts including pictures and videos. She spends time with friends and loved ones and shares memorable events with followers.

Net Worth

According to sources, Sorisha Naidoo is estimated to have a net worth of $12,000,000. She has managed to acquire so much from her profession as a businessperson and model.

Although she is married to one of the wealthiest men in South Africa, the model claimed that her husband did not offer her financial support.


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