Based: Johannesburg

Amor has stamped her mark in the entertainment world.  A former Miss Johannesburg, Amor received her Honours Degree in  Communication (cum laude) at the University of Johannesburg, was head-girl of her school and excelled in sport – winning several  awards on the academic and  sports field. She was the South African Tap and Modern dance champion for seven straight years, which served her well in the State Theatre musical “West Side Story” and in Richard Loring’s  production of “Girl Talk”. Also in the U.K. production of”Strictly Tap dance fever” at Joburg theatre where she was the guest artist and “Streets of Gold” at the Lyric theatre.

As well as having presented television shows like “Legkaart  Bonanza”, “Junior  Topsport”, M -Net’s “Spot-on”, “Mainly for Men” on e-TV, the National Lottery  on SABC2, “Top Billing” ,  “In die kryt met Joost en Amor”, “Droomhuis” on Kyknet and M-Net and the  ABSA game show on SABC 3, she  is no stranger to the limelight, having built a reputation for herself  as being a dedicated, humble and most importantly, talented performer on all levels.

Amor has been involved in producing and choreographing many stage shows,  starring in TV promotions and adverts and currently acts as compere, motivational  speaker, television presenter, and singer.  She has the ability to make people feel good about themselves with subtle charm and elegance.

Amor is the most publicised celebrity in the country with her popular features gracing magazine covers of almost every magazine in South Africa.  These include  “Fair Lady”, “Keur”, “Huisgenoot”, “You”,  “Sarie”, “Finesse”, “FHM”, “Wiel”, “Rooi Rose”, “Insig”, “Vroue  Keur”, “Tydskrif Rapport”, “Sunday Times Magazine”,  “De Kat”,  “Get it”, “My week”, “Personality”, “Die Lig” , “Longevity”, “Baba en Kleuter”, Heat & “Marie Claire”

Undeniably, though, on top her other successes, most South Africans could tell you that Amor is a household name as singer, having released six studio albums to date, a SAMA-nomination and gold-status – “Voluit lewe’ has become an anthem for many…