Interviewed By: Chloé Taylor Brown
Chloé – Nadia, when I see you out, it’s with such a burst of energy, authenticity, inspiring spirit, beauty and charm. You know how to hold yourself beautifully in your feminine power and I really appreciate that. It’s a wonderful example for every woman, whether she is a professional woman, she’s running her own company, a mother, an artist or anyone. How did you start your career in broadcast journalism? And where did you start?
Nadia – So, interestingly enough, Chloé, I went to acting school. I was in about four or five feature films. But Chloé, what you don’t know about me is that I died in all of them. I had my throat slit. I’ve been shot on the island of Kos in Greece by Gary Busey, who started my career in acting. The transition was interesting because I was being interviewed for a movie and as I sat there I thought, “You know what? I’d rather be doing the interview than being interviewed.” That’s how I got into television in South Africa in the late 1980s.
Read the complete interview on page 48 in the Holiday issue of Flourish Digital Magazine.