Candice Moodley

Full / Real Name: Candice-Anne Moodley
Born: 13 April 1975 (46 years old)
Gender: Female



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Candice Moodley (sometimes credited as Candice-Anne Moodley) is a South African television presenter, voiceover artist and actress, best known for co-hosting the magazine show Eastern Mosaic.

In 1989, at the age of 13, Candice was selected by multimedia journalist Manu Padayachee to be the presenter for East-Net, an Indian Community Channel produced for M-Net.

At the time she was the youngest continuity presenter in the country.

At the end of 1993 Moodley left East-Net to concentrate on her legal studies, but ended up joining the K-TV team.

In 1990 she was asked by the K-TV producers to audition for K-TV on M-Net, and landed the job as presenter. Her K-TV career lasted for 10 years.

During her time on K-TV, Candice was selected to be the MC for Former President Mandela's Birthday Bash in Skukuza, Kruger National Park, which she considers to be the highlight of her K-TV career.

From 1999 - 2000 she presented Teen Sport for DStv, fulfilling both the position of studio presenter and roving correspondent. The series ended in 2000.

From 2000 - 2002 she presented for Standard Bank TV together with Duncan Johnson. This was a corporate TV series that went out to Standard Bank employees and directors only.

From 1999 until the present Moodley has been the co-host of Eastern Mosaic, an Indian community magazine show currently on SABC2.

She also acted in an educational series for the SABC called The Science Club, and had roles in the SABC1 drama Soul City and the drama series Jozi-H, which premiered in South Africa on SABC3 on 26 April, 2007.

In 2007 she was one of the celebrity dancers in the reality show Strictly Come Dancing 3. Her and her dancing partner Quintus Jansen were  the  semi-finalists of the competition and lost to HHP and his partner Hayley Bennett in the Finale episode.

Candice Moodley
Candice Moodley at the press conference for the launch of Strictly Come Dancing 3

She was one of the featured celebrities on the first season of the South African version of the genealogy documentary series Who Do You Think You Are? (based on the British series of the same name), which premiered on SABC2 in May 2009.

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