Bridget Masinga is a South African fashion model, actress and Television presenter who has enjoyed success thanks to her relentless efforts.
The South African Actress was born in Durban on February 26th, 1981. She is a daughter to Elvis Jabulani Masinga, her father and Patricia Zodwa Roberson, her mother. The parents divorced when she was still young. Other than acting and modelling, she is also a television presenter and a radio DJ. In 2002, Bridget completed as second runner-up in the hotly contested Miss South Africa.
She was among the first learners to join Addington Primary after it was opened to African scholars. She, later on, went to Ridge Park College and then enrolled at Boston Media House to pursue a degree in Media studies. She dropped out in her second year due to financial constraints. She is also pursuing Bachelors of Arts: Government, Administration and Development at the University of South Africa.
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The celebrity has had an exciting career in Fashion modelling, acting and Television and radio presenting. Fashion Modeling She kicked off her modelling career in 1997. At the age of 16 years, young Bridget signed to Fork Models. Since then, she began taking part in Durban Fashion Week. She also took the centre stage, guiding campaigns such for MTN Africa, Levi’s Jeans and Edgars South Africa.
At 21 years of age, the actress took part in the Miss South Africa contest. She emerged third in the competition but established a good relationship with M-Net. Television career After the Miss South Africa show, Masinga moved to Johannesburg to continue her work with M-Net.
Despite the unsuccessful audition on ‘Idol South Africa’, the first season, she stayed on and became part of the ‘Go’ project. On the Go, the presenter hosted formatted music shows such as Beatlab and Selekta. Photo Credit: Getty