Ntosh Madlingozi is a comedian and actor with a thirteen-year career across stand up comedy, television, radio, cinema and corporate MC work. From a memorable open mic standup debut at the defunct 88 Club in Norwood, Johannesburg in 2005, he has carved out a sustainable career based on versatility and an obsessive interest in the human condition. Over the years he has featured in theatre shows such as Blacks Only, Heavyweight Comedy Jam, Tshwane Comedy Festival, 99% Xhosa Comedy Festival ,Cape Town International Comedy Festival, Mind The Gap Comedy Festival, Soweto Comedy Festival, Metro FM Comedy Experience and the DSTV Comedy Festival. He has in turn shared the comedy stage with a diverse array of comics, including Chris Forrest, John Vlismas, Trevor Noah, Tom Stade (Canada), Dwayne Perkins (U.S.A), Loyiso Gola and Kagiso Lediga among others. His television resume has gone on to include regular calls for the Emmy-nominated Late Night News with Loyiso Gola; Bantu Hour with Kagiso Lediga and the late Hugh Masekela; as well as roles in various Dramas.