|Stage Name:||Celeste Ntuli|
|Real Name:||Celeste Ntuli|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||August 25, 1978 (44 Years Old|
|Place of Birth:||Empangeni, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa|
|Education:||Durban University of Technology|
Celeste Ntuli is a famous actress and comedian from South Africa. She is referred to as the Queen of Zulu comedy. Celeste is renowned for being the first local female comic to record a one-woman show DVD.
Celeste fell in love with comedy at a young age. She said, “I fell in love with stand-up the first time I watched Richard Pryor. And when I watched the Kings of Comedy with Bernie Mac and Steve Harvey, I said to myself: ‘Well, I can do that.’ I have always loved to talk, and I love to laugh.”
She performed her first stand-up gig at a church in 2005. She was offered her first professional gig by Monwabisi Grootboom of 99% Zulu Comedy Show later that year. Celeste became a finalist in season 2 of SABC 1’s So You Think You’re Funny competition in 2009. She began pursuing a career in comedy a year later. Celeste became the first comedienne to record a one-woman show DVD entitled “Seriously, Celeste.”
Celeste Ntuli was born in Empangeni, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, on the 25th of August in 1978. She celebrated her 43rd birthday in August 2021. Her family relocated to Durban, where she attended the Durban University of Technology.
Celeste Ntuli is from a family of eight children, of which she is the sixth. They were all raised by their parents. She had four brothers and three sisters. Celeste Ntuli stated that at a young age, she had to be louder and funnier than everyone else to get attention at home. That molded her into the funny lady she is today.
Celeste Ntuli has starred in several movies and shows, including;
- 10 Days In Sun City
- Looking For Love
- Tripping With Skhumba
Netflix Comedy Shows
Asides from the Netflix films that she has starred in, Celeste Ntuli was one of few comedians who featured in Netflix’s comedy show “Only Jokes Allowed.” The show also featured Schalk Bezuidenhout, Gilli Apter, Nina Hastie, and more. They each took the stage and delivered jokes like they do best. In 16 minutes, Celeste’s jokes centered on weight, confidence, dating, Netflix binges, and the difference between “depressed” and “deprived.”
There have been rumors of Celeste having a husband and children. Well, those rumors are false. Celeste is neither married nor is she in any serious relationship. The famous comedienne once trended when she addressed the topic of not having a man for most of her life.
She posted a video challenging the opinion of society labelling women who have been single for a while “broken.” She said, “Society has been conditioned to think that a woman who hasn’t had a man for most of her life, like me, is a broken woman. That there’s something wrong with her. But that is so wrong it’s a distorted view of life”. Her love life has been compared to that of her character in “Looking For Love.”
The exact estimate of Celeste Ntuli’s net worth is unknown to the general public. However, several media outlets have estimated her worth to be between $1.5 million and $3 million. This is still an unconfirmed estimate because neither Celeste nor anyone in her team has reacted to it.
It is unknown how much Celeste Ntuli charges for a show. However, as one of the top comedians in the country and the continent, it will undoubtedly be a lot.
How many kids does Celeste Ntuli have?
Celeste Ntuli does not have any children.
Is Celeste Ntuli and Anele Mdoda related?
No, Celeste Ntuli and Anele Mdoda are not related. They are just friends.
Where was Celeste Ntuli born?
Celeste was born in Empangeni, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. She grew up in Durban.
When was Celeste Ntuli born?
Celeste Ntuli was born on August 25th, 1978.
How old is Celeste from Isibaya?
Celeste Ntuli celebrated her 43rd birthday in August 2021.