Tumi Voster is a 23 year old talented woman with a love and passion for the entertainment industry.
This all started when Tumi was crowned Miss Personality at the age of 5 years at a primary school pageant and later she was also crowned Miss Tinkerbell at the age of 12 years old. She further explored her talents by being specially selected to appear as a character on a Readright school textbook in 2004.
In 2005 Tumi further broke limits by appearing as a main character on a Jet clothing TV commercial which gave her, her first TV appearance. Tumi then realised her love for the small screen and pursued her love by entering Quest4Fame, a nationwide presenter search competition on YOTV, where she made her mark as the winner of Quest4Fame 2005. This is where Tumi’s TV presenting career kick started and where the Tumi brand was built.
In 2013 Tumi Voster was also selected as one of the new faces and hosts of one of the biggest dance reality shows in South Africa, Step Up Or Step Out 3,on ETV alongside Slikour, with judges Khabonina, Emile YX and Euphonik as part of the judging panel.
Tumi has been featured on various media platforms to acknowledge her hard work and talent. She was featured on the Destiny Magazine November issue in 2011 where she was listed as one of the Destiny Mag Power of 40 Women, this feature compiles 40 women under the age of 40 who are successful in their fields. Tumi Voster was also named an Upcoming Mover and Shaker by Just Curious, along side Lunga (Selimathunzi presenter) with many others and she lived up to her title with all her achievements.
Kasi Times also listed her under the 8 Power Movers also known as Young Minds in the entertainment industry alongside Bonang Matheba (YFM DJ and SABC 1 presenter), AKA (Award winning rapper) and many more young talented individuals. She was listed among big entertainment names such as Melanie Ramjee (Publicist), Lira (Singer and Songwriter), Terry Phetho (Actress), amongst other phenomenal women in South Africa.
She is currently doing voice over work for the Standard Bank youth market and hair brand ORS which is formerly known as Organic Root Stimulator.
Her biggest achievement to date would be signing to 5FM, as of April 2014.