Shashi Naidoo (born 4 November 1980) is a South African actress, model and television anchor. She is best known for co-hosting the e.tv magazine show 20 Something.
Naidoo was born and raised in Port Elizabeth, matriculating from Alexander Road High School in 1997. Naidoo moved to Johannesburg to study chiropractic medicine. She completed five years of study and two years of internship at the University of Johannesburg.
Naidoo became known in 2004 when she played Linda McGinty in the E!tv soap opera Backstage. Soon after she had a brief role in the SABC1 soap Generations.
Naidoo also appeared in a minor role in the 2007 mini-series Society. Naidoo began co-presenting the youth magazine showEMS Volume 1 on SABC1 on October 2, 2007.
In 2009 she was the second season celebrity winner of Tropika Island of Treasure.
The FHM 100 Sexiest Women in the World winner in 2011 is a smoking hot model, owns her own modeling agency, has won a reality TV show, is an actress and a trained chiropractor.
Shashi Naidoo was born in Port Elizabeth and after school decided to study chiropratic medicine at the University of Johannesburg.
In 2004 she made her way into the public eye when she starred in the e-TV soapie, Backstage in the role of Linda McGinty.
Naidoo is a South African actress; television presenter and model best known for co-hosting the e.tv magazine show 20Something.
During this time she also co-hosted the nation-wide MTV VJ search. Naidoo has had roles in soapies such as Generations and Egoli and also appeared in a role in the 2007 mini-series Society.
She also took part in the pletora of TV commercials and was featured in the FHM calendar 2008.
In a Top Billing interview, she appeared in black bikini that shows a lot of flesh.
Naidoo also took part in a plethora of TV commercials and was featured in the FHM calendar 2008, voted number 14 in FHM™s 100 sexiest women in the world, and 4th in 2009 and 2010.
In 2008 she appeared on Cosmopolitan September edition and featured in the prestigious Sports Illustrated swimwear edition for 2009. She has also been a leading personalities in all the Woolworth campaigns for 2009 and 2010 as well as being awarded the coveted January 2009 cover of FHM.
Her current achievements have earned her nomination in Cosmo™ awesome women of the year 2008 and it seems that South Africa and the world will still see a lot of this young and dynamic woman.
She is destined to be in the limelight for many years to come.