Will Terence Bridget take The Right to Win teams to victory or defeat?
Terence Bridget is an in-house co-celebrity on the all new, The Right to Win television series. This is South Africa’s only democracy game show on SABC2, Saturdays at 18h30. Two teams compete for a cash prize of R10 000 in a game show that tests their knowledge and understanding of South Africa’s democracy.
The game is hosted by Pabi Moloi and is played in three rounds by two teams. Each team consists of two contestants, assisted by an in-house celebrity. The other celebrities are Nomsa Mazwai and Sureshnie Rider.
“The Right to Win is an intense and high stakes delivery with money involved for the participants. This is an election year. The most important thing we can do is make our voting public the most informed voting public that they can be. This show will enable them to understand the importance of the mark that they make on that ballot sheet. I think it is essential that people don’t vote for a party. Nor should they vote for a person. We all need to vote for a FUTURE!” says Terence with huge laughter and apologies to Pieter-Dirk Uys.
Terence is inspired by people who, despite the odds stacked against them, manage to live, love and find light every day. Liars, duplicitous people, betrayal, entitlement and apathy make him angry. His favourite stars include Robert Whitehead, Anthony Coleman, Linda Sokhulu, Robert Downey Junior and Annete Benning. When he has a little leisure time he loves to cook and entertain friends.
Please visit www.terencebridgett.co.za for Terence’s numerous awards, biography and pictures. He has also recently ventured into directing and producing, please visist www.roughorsmooth.com and watch The Right to Win on SABC2, Saturdays at 18h30.