Jeremy Mansfield Biography,(Nov 2022) Wiki, Age, Cause Of Death, Career and more.
Jeremy Mansfield Biography
Robert Jeremy Clayton Mansfield was a South African radio and television host. On August 15, 1963, he was born, and on October 31, 2022, he died. He worked as a radio host and voice-over artist for several stations. He also hosted several TV shows and segments for popular television magazine shows. People looked up to him in his field.
She was born in Grahamstown, South Africa. He attended Kingswood College, which is an excellent institution. He remained in Grahamstown and attended Rhodes University, where he studied speech, theatre, and journalism.
He passed away on October 31, 2022, after a long battle with liver cancer. He was 59 years old at the time.
While still in school, he began working at Durban’s Capital Radio 604 station in 1985. That same year, he received the AA Vita Award for Most Promising Young South African Actor. [requires citation] In 1990, Mansfield left Capital Radio. (At the time, broadcasting from Johannesburg.) He was hired by M-Super Net’s Sport and asked to discuss sports on the John Berks show on Primedia-owned 702 Talk Radio.
Mansfield’s popularity grew, and he became a regular host of the Saturday Afternoon magazine show on 702 radio in 1993. Mansfield took over the afternoon show in 1995.
Mansfield moved to 94.7 Highveld Stereo, 702 Talk Radio’s sister station, in 1997. There, he co-hosted The Rude Awakening, a weekday breakfast show with Harry Sideropoulos, Sam Cowan, Paul Rotherham, and Whackhead Simpson. Mansfield announced his departure from the show in June 2010. His last performance was on July 12, 2010.
In November 2018, Jeremy Mansfield returned to radio as the host of “Mansfield in the Morning” on Hot 91.9fm, a multi-award-winning community radio station in Johannesburg. Mansfield’s show won Best Breakfast Show, Best Content Production, and Best Breakfast Show Presenter at the 2019 Liberty Radio Awards on April 13 in Sandton.
In July 2021, he launched a YouTube channel. Every day, Mansfield hosted vodcasts on the channel. The co-hosts were business, gardening, law, medicine, and entertainment experts.
Television and film
Mansfield began appearing as a feature writer and guest host on South African Pay TV channels M-Front Net’s Row and SuperSport in the mid-1990s. He left the channel in 1998 to host “A Word or Two” on SABC 2, where he stayed for ten years.
In 2005, Mansfield was one of the hosts of the M-Net comedy show Laugh Out Loud.
The show returned for a second season (airing in 2006).
Mansfield was chosen by Disney to be the voice of Lifer in the 2010 local release of Toy Story 3.
Mansfield’s Moneysense, his weekly money show on CNBC Africa, debuted in 2010.
Mansfield hosted Mansfield2day on his YouTube channel of the same name.
CDs and books
Mansfield had released five CDs featuring characters he created on the air, funny stories, and songs (most of which he wrote himself) mocking South African people and situations.
Mansfield wrote several joke books, including the best-selling Vrot Jokes in South Africa (ISBN 978-1-86872-335-5). In February 2009, he co-wrote Zhoozsh! (ISBN 978-1-77007-785-0), a modern cookbook that won several awards. At the Gourmand Awards, it was named Best Cook Book in South Africa and Third Best Cook Book in the World. The second cookbook, Zhoozsh! Faking It (ISBN 9781770078659), also received recognition. Both books have sold a large number of copies.
Awards and accolades
AA Vita Award for Most Promising Young South African Actor, 1985
Best Radio Personality of the Year (Best of Johannesburg Readers’ Choice Awards) 1996-2010 14 consecutive years
Best Radio Show, 1996-2010 14 consecutive years
2004: The only radio personality to make the list of the Top 100 South Africans.
Won the title of “Most Popular Personality” at Leisure Options.
2008: ‘Zhoozsh!’ wins three Gourmand Cookbook Awards in the South African sector: Book of the Year, Innovative, and Media.
Zhoozsh! wins bronze as the World’s Third Best Cookbook at a ceremony in London on April 13, 2008.
Random House Struik Best Seller of the Year 2008: ‘Zhoozsh!’
Radio Personality of the Year 2009, according to You magazine
2011: Zhoozsh! Faking It wins South Africa’s Easy Cook Book in the South African sector of the Gourmand Cookbook Awards
2019 Liberty Radio Awards: wins Best Breakfast Show Presenter and Best Breakfast Show for “Mansfield in the Morning” and his show wins Best Content Producer award in the Community Radio category.
2020: He wins both Breakfast Show Presenter and Best Breakfast Show again.
- The Christmas Wish: Mansfield established an annual charity drive to help people in South Africa (Johannesburg primarily). Helping to pay school fees, covering people’s financial expenses, paying for surgeries and hospital expenses, and supplying homes were all examples of assistance. The Christmas Wish aired live on The Rude Awakening and was rebroadcast on M-Net that evening.
- The Hear for Life Trust was founded as a result of the Christmas Wish. The trust was established to help needy people who could not otherwise afford Cochlea implants.
- He was a patron of The Sunflower Fund, along with Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, and an Ambassador of Hope for them.
- He was also an Honorary Member of the South African Chefs Association.
- Mansfield was an Honorary Member of the NSPCA, an animal welfare organisation.
- Jeremy was also a Springbok Rugby Supporter’s Club ambassador.
- The first SAB Inqaba Award was given to (2010)
Former South African President Nelson Mandela personally thanked Mansfield for his charitable work, which raised over R12 million.