29 January 1990
Cape Town, Western Cape
Kingsway High School|
|Occupation||Radio and Television Personality|
|Years active||2015 - to date|
Zoë Brown (born 29 January 1990) is a South African TV presenter, radio personality, voice-over artist and model is host of the popular early morning ‘Feel Good Breakfast Show’ – Expresso – on SABC3 as well as of her own radio show on the much-loved Cape Town station KFM.
Zoë Brown was born on 29 January 1990 in Cape Town, she grew up at Kuilsriver before her family made the big move to KwaZulu-Natal. Her parents still live in Amanzimtoti. In 2007 she entered Miss South Africa Teen and was crowned 2nd Princess. After high school she left home to go au pair in the United States, living in Columbus for 18 months. Upon returning to South Africa she started her studies at Stellenbosch University, where she completed a BA (Honours) International Relations degree.
During her time at university she joined campus radio and soon become the host of the Hit List Show. During her time at university she joined campus radio and soon become the host of the Hit List Show. She started working at KFM during her final year of studies and did the traffic reports on the Afternoon Drive show every weekday. She also hosted Saturday & Sunday evenings as well as the Early Breakfast Show on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Presenter Search on 3
After completing her degree Zoë did a presenting course in early 2015. During this course she auditioned for Presenter Search on 3, but didn't make it into the Top 30. Shortly thereafter, however, she was asked back as a wild card and eventually made it to the final three. She won the presenting job on Expresso, and the other two winners were Jade Hubner who won the Top Billing job and Danilo Acquisto, who won Afternoon Express. It was her colleagues and friends who made her keen to pursue a television spot - something she had never considered before.
In 2015 after winning Presenter Search on 3, she joined the Expresso team to co-host the morning show alongside, Katlego Maboe, Leigh-Anne Williams, Greame Richards, Zola Nene, Ewan Strydom, and Elana Afrika-Bredenkamp.