Anele Mdoda: From Auditioning to Owning Her Own Production Company
The Renowned TV Personality Shares Her Inspiring Journey
South African television and radio host, Anele Mdoda, recently took to social media to share her inspiring journey from auditioning for her first TV gig to owning her own production company. The post, which was shared on her Instagram page, has since garnered a lot of attention, inspiring many of her followers and industry colleagues.
Mdoda, who has been in the industry for more than two decades, revealed that she had to beg her TV godmother, Kyleen Irvine, to audition for the SA’s Got Talent gig when she was just 24 years old. Irvine, who Mdoda refers to as her “TV godmother,” has been instrumental in her career, casting her in various gigs including the popular show, Celebrity Game Night.
In her Instagram post, Mdoda wrote, “My tv godmother just sent me my audition form for SA Got Talent. They were done looking for a host and I begged and begged and they gave me a shot. The rest is history. She also cast me on celebrity game night. No audition needed there.”
Mdoda’s post serves as a testament to her growth and success in the industry. From auditioning for roles to now landing them without auditions, Mdoda has indeed come a long way. Her story is an inspiration to many, proving that with determination and hard work, one can achieve their dreams.
Her post was met with a wave of support and admiration from her followers and industry colleagues. Minnie Dlamini, Sizwe Dhlomo, and Lorna Maseko were among the many who reacted to her post, expressing their admiration for her journey and achievements.
Mdoda’s journey is a testament to her talent, hard work, and determination. It serves as an inspiration to many, proving that with perseverance, one can achieve their dreams and even surpass them.