Miza Modibedi (also known as DJ Miza) is a South African entrepreneur, actor, presenter, music and television producer and radio and mix DJ best known for his track Superhero featuring Flabba, the iconic member of South African rap supergroup Skwatta Kamp.
He is best known to television audiences for his role as the villain Spyker in the SABC2 police drama series Streets of Mangaung, in 2012.
Other television series he has acted in include Erfsondes, Generations, eKasi: Our Stories, Binnelanders, the animated children's series Cool Cats and the Mzansi Magic television movie Tooth & Nails. He was also a presenter on Vukuzenzele, Bush Raiders and the SABC3 teen show Real Peeps.
Miza got a taste of the music industry in 2008 where he produced house DJ Nutty Nys's album Vintage Love. He also produced a hip-hop show called Battle Stations for Yo-TV on SABC1.
He has experience in the live house scene but this is not his only speciality - he was also a radio DJ on VCR 90.6FM hosting the late night show from Monday to Wednesday nights, where he showcased cutting edge new music.
He studied at AFDA, graduating in 2004. He was voted one of Cleo's 50 Most Eligible Bachelors in South Africa for 2011/12 and was voted on e.tv's Showbiz Report's Top 10 upcoming entertainers in the world.
Miza was also a radio DJ on VCR 90.6FM hosting the late night show from Monday to Wednesday nights, where he focused on showcasing cutting edge new music.
In 2012 he released an album with the single Feeling, which features Idols alum Noluthando Meje. The single was nominated for a Metro FM Award for Best Collaboration of the Year.
Based in Johannesburg, Miza enjoys travelling. Countries he's been to include Brazil, Mozambique and Scotland. He spent a month in the UK in February 2013 where he performed at various venues including The Plum Tree in London, Bar 78, Custard Factory in Birmingham and Zoo in Manchester. He also featured on various radio shows.
He had a starring role in the 2012 television movie Tooth and Nails, which later spun-off into the miniseries Remix in 2013, both of which aired on Mzansi Magic.
In March 2013 Miza could be seen headlining the feature film Vampires of the Township on DStv's Mzansi Magic.
In 2015 he guest starred as himself (DJ Miza) on the e.tv telenovela Ashes to Ashes.