Helen Desbois has been in the entertainment industry for more than 20 years and has enjoyed many avenues as a performer. Starting out as an actress, she then became a singer and dancer, voice artist and is now a radio DJ too! SAMA nominated for her single "Anything", she has also received 6 nominations for her work in radio and received an MTN radio award for 'Best Daytime Presenter' in 2012. 2018 has been an award winning year for Desbois so far as she scooped 'Woman Of The Year in Media' award and also won 'Best Daytime Presenter' in the Liberty Radio Awards.
Helen also received an Artes Legends award for her contribution to the arts in South Africa.
She can be heard weekday mornings on Breakfast With Blewitt on Mix93.8FM from 6-9am.
What has she been up to?
Helen Desbois has been seen on screens and stages in South Africa and around the world. Her television credits include, "Honeytown", "Hard Copy", "Isidingo", "Binneland", "Generations" and "7de Laan" and she has also been seen on various commercials through the years such as Vanish, Game, KFC and more recently Lasher Tools.
The stage and musical theatre is very close to her heart too and she has starred in a wide range of shows from "Boogie Nights" and Ben Elton's "Popcorn" to playing Madonna in "Immaculate" and being part of the cast and understudy to the lead, for the world tour of "We Will Rock You", the Queen musical.
Also known as a recording artist, Helen has released 5 solo singles to date, even writing and co-producing some of the material herself. She has also collaborated with Byron Keno on "The Start Of Something Good" and last year saw the release of her comeback single "Like I Need You" complete with music video.
Helen has just released another single called "WindUp Girl".
Helen is available for voice work for all commercial and corporate communications. She also has a choice of corporate entertainment concepts for your function or launch, whether it be singing or as an MC...not to mention a popular team buiding event,"Compose Yourself", suitable for most functions and conferences.