Pearl Thusi Age: 32 years
Pearl Thusi Age & Biography:
Sithembile Xola Pearl Thusi known as Pearl Thusi is a South African on-screen actress, model, TV host and radio character. She was conceived on 13 May 1988. Presently, Pearl Thusi age is 32 years . She is acclaimed for her role in the sentimental show film Catching Feelings. She has an upcoming lead role as Queen Sono in the Netflix crime show arrangement Queen Sono.
Pearl Thusi Career:
Thusi is the host of Lip Sync Battle Africa on MTV and e.tv, just as the syndicated program Moments, on EbonyLife TV. She has featured on the SABC 3 mainstream drama, Isidingo, as Palesa Motaung, co-facilitated Live Amp with DJ Warras and Luthando Shosha, the SABC 1 superstar tattle magazine appear, Real Goboza. In 2009, Thusi featured as Patricia Kopong on the BBC/HBO satire dramatization, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency. In 2015, Thusi co-featured in Tremors 5: Bloodlines. She likewise showed up in a music video entitled “Pearl Thusi” by Emtee.
In 2016, Thusi was thrown in an arrangement ordinary role as Dayana Mampasi on the second period of the ABC thriller series Quantico. Around the same time, Thusi was given a role as Samkelo in the sentimental show film Catching Feelings. The film was discharged in theaters on March 9, 2018. In 2017, Thusi featured as Brenda Riviera in the show film, Kalushi. In 2018, Thusi turned into the new host of the third period of MTV Base’s Behind the Story. Around the same time, Thusi was thrown ahead of the pack job of Queen Sono on the Netflix wrongdoing dramatization arrangement Queen Sono. The arrangement will debut on February 28, 2020.
Pearl Thusi Movies List:
- Tremors 5: Bloodlines (2015)
- Wolken uber Kapstadt (2015)
- Catching Feelings (2017)
- Kalushi (2017)
- The Scorpion King: Book of Souls (2018)
TV Shows / Series:
- The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency (2009)
- Zone 14 (2011-12)
- Live Amp (2011-16)
- Real Goboza (2012)
- Isidingo (2013)
- Tropika Island of Treasure (2013)
- Moments (2015)
- Lip Sync Battle Africa (2016-17)
- Quantico (2016-17)
- Behind the Story (2018-present)
- Queen Sono (2020)