Millicent Mashile

Full / Real Name: Salome Nthabiseng Millicent Mashile
Born: 30 January 1988 (33 years old)
Gender: Female



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Millicent Mashile is a South African actress and television and radio presenter best known for co-presenting (with her twin sister Innocent Sadiki) the ONE Gospel show Alpha Youth.

The pair were also featured on the SABC1 reality show Big Break Legacy, in 2013.

Millicent worked as a production assistant at Urban Brew Studios before she and Innocent started a theatre production company, teaching acting to young people in disadvantaged townships in and around Pretoria.

She was an MC at the Fan Park during the FIFA 2010 Soccer World Cup and has hosted live music shows, including the David Dee Season 1 Concert with her twin.

The twins wrote, co-produced and acted in theatre plays performed at the South African State Theatre and UNISA Theatre including Hu's Hu in Jozi, The Dream of a Queen, Cry your last tear and more.

Innocent and Millicent produced a play in October 2011 (for Breast Cancer Awareness Month) in an attempt to educate people about cancer. She was also featured in catalogues for the ProShop South Africa, as well as Play More Golf SA.

She has appeared in a number of commercials for clients including MTN, Vanish, Pick 'n Pay, Gumtree, an awareness campaign for cancer and a print advert for SA Tourism.

She has been a presenter on Impact Radio FM since 2014.

Millicent made it to the Top 3 finalists of One Gospel Presenter Search and in 2015 she acted with her sister in three TV movies that were part of Mzansi Magic's "Lokshin Bioskop" strand: Poor Sam, The Secret and House Warming.

She has made guest appearances on a number of television shows, beginning with the third season of the comed-drama series 4Play: Sex Tips for Girls, in 2011.

She also appeared in the second season of the eKasi+ sitcom Vat 'n Sit, had a guest turn on Generations: The Legacy and appeared with her sister on the fourth season of Big Brother Mzansi: Double Trouble.

Millicent was a guest star in the second season of the SABC1 sitcom iThuba Lokugcina, in 2016.

The following year she was a guest on the first season of the SABC3 late night talk show Trending SA, appearing in Season 1, Episode 116 (which aired on 10 January, 2017).

She was also a featured extra on an episode of the SABC3 prank show Eish! Saan which aired on 20 April, 2018 (Season 1, Episode 11) and featured celebrity prankster Hildegardt Whites.


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