Pearl Modiadie will be on the romantic comedy Entangled on 1 Magic TV. The tv and radio presenter is the lead of the supporting cast, and she will be acting alongside Vuyo Dabula, Phuthi Khomo and Vuyo Ngcukana. Pearl’s new acting role left South Africa in awe as it proved that the presenter is a multifaceted woman.
The romantic comedy’s storyline is simple yet complex. Sharon is a successful woman who’s set to get wedded to her partner Sizwe, but Sharon’s ex Julius shows up back in her life, and things take a 360 turn for the couple. Sharon consults her friends and a therapist about the dilemma of having her heart split for two men. Then the drama continues exploring modern-day relationships, humour, masculinity and human emotions.
Pearl’s role on Entangled
Pearl will be playing a woman called Andiswa, who has a child with Reggie, played by Senzo Radebe.
Pearl Modiadie’s acting career.
Pearl has always had a keen interest in being an actress, but the South African entertainment industry preferred her more like a radio presenter. Many people know Pearl as that teenage girl who used to be a presenter on eTV’s youth programme Shiz Niz. After Shiz Niz, Pearl became a prominent presenter on radio and tv, and she also had minor acting roles in soapies and movies. She acted on the soapie Generations as a radio personality called Dj Jade. Pearl also acted in the film Bhut’Madlisa, a wealthy city girl who fell for a bad boy from the township. She’s also played minor roles for Scandal and Rhythm City on eTV.
Modiadie is about to show the world how far she can push herself and show the industry what they’ve been missing out on. Currently, she’s eagerly waiting for the show’s premiere on 1 Magic on the 7th or January 2022. It seems like 2022 is the year of unearthing new acting talents as Mihlali Ndamase also scored herself an acting role recently. She’ll also continue doing her radio and voice overwork.
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