Pearl Thusi Net Worth 2020 (Forbes): Bio, House, Husband, Parents, Adoption & Kids

Pearl Thusi Net Worth 2020

Real Name:  Sithembile Xola Pearl Thusi

D.O.B AGE:   13 May 1988

Nationality:  South African

Occupation:   Actress

 

Pearl Thusi Net Worth 2020 (Forbes): $1.8 million

Pearl Thusi is popular South African actress who has over the years amassed a lot of money from being an actress, model and tv personality. With several endorsements and partnership over the years Pearl Thusi estimated net worth is around 1.8 million dollars as of 2020. Thusi is one of the highest featured and paid actresses in Africa. She has featured in a lot of blockbuster movies and also featured in several movies by Netflix and also has her own Netflix TV Show.

Thusi is the host of Lip Sync Battle Africa on MTV and e.tv, as well as the talk show Moments, on EbonyLife TV.[1] She has starred on the SABC 3 popular soap opera, Isidingo, as Palesa Motaung, co-hosted Live Amp with DJ Warras and Luthando Shosha, the SABC 1 celebrity gossip magazine show, Real Goboza.

In 2009, Thusi starred as Patricia Kopong on the BBC/HBO comedy-drama, The No. 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency. In 2015, Thusi co-starred in Tremors 5: Bloodlines. She also appeared in a music video entitled “Pearl Thusi” by Emtee.

Apart from being an accomplished actress and model, Pearl has also built herself another career as a media personality. Her first job on the TV was hosting a show; iCrew that was aired on SABC3. Between 2011 and 2016 she was a co-presenter of a Live Amp, a music programme on SABC1.

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In 2016, Thusi was cast in a series regular role as Dayana Mampasi on the second season of the ABC thriller series Quantico. In the same year, Thusi was cast as Samkelo in the romantic drama film Catching Feelings. The film was released in theaters on March 9, 2018

She has also been paid to host several successful TV shows in the past also modelling for several companies. These achievements opened doors to bigger dreams, and her fame grew beyond school. She has featured on the cover page of a couple of journals and magazines like; True Love, Bona magazine, Cosmopolitan, Destiny Hair, Grazia, City Press iMag, Gaschette, and Blaque.

Pearl Thusi House

pearl thusi house 2020

Following the release of her acclaimed first Netflix series in February, things have been looking great for Pearl Thusi. From mostly rave reviews for Queen Sono from some of the biggest publications in the world to an appreciation post from Hollywood’s Gabriel Union and now a brand new house.

Celebrating her best friend’s achievement, DJ Zinhle could not help but share a number of videos showing off Pearl’s new space.  “Guys. My best friend is incredibly inspiring… Look at this home she just acquired for herself and her babies. So proud of you [sic],” Zinhle captioned one clip.  While we did not get to see much of the house in the videos shared online, we got to take in the wonder that is Pearl’s new backyard

Pearl Thusi And Husband: Married?

 

Pearl is defintely not married she has been single most of the time she is asked that question. She dated Quinton Jones who recently got married to Minnie Dlamini. Pearl was rumored to have briefly dated rapper Da Les although they both never confirmed it. Pearl’s recent ex is Robert Marawa, whom she was engaged to be married to.

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She is currently single and seems to be enjoying every minute of it. As one of the hottest and most sought after personality in the country, Pealr Thusi’s dating history is quite an impressive one. From rappers to Sports anchors with a reputation, Pearl seems to have a thing for bad boys. Check out Pearl Thusi’s dating history in the public eye.

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Pearl Thusi Parents; Mother, Sisters

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“One of the most painful things a person has to go through in their lifetime is losing a parent. It takes a massive emotional toll on a person losing one’s confidant and it’s a loss that doesn’t get easier with time. For Pearl Thusi, despite the fact that she lost her mother years ago, she is still dealing with such a devastating loss. “It can never be stressed enough… How much losing a mother sucks… Over 15 years and I sometimes still wanna scream. Be kind to each other,” the star tweeted as she reminisced on her pain.”

Pearl Thusi Kids; Daughter

Pearl Thusi Adopted Daughter
Pearl Thusi Adopted Daughter

“South African celeb mom Pearl Thusi has had a lot to celebrate lately (with her successful lead role in the hit Netflix show Queen Sono and her announcement as a Mac ambassador) and the event of her daughter Okuhle’s fifth birthday is the latest of these. The actress took to social media to and said to her daughter, ” You came into our lives and added so much joy and love… time passes so quickly and I can’t believe you’ve five years old already.”