Flavia Tumusiime Biography
Flavia Tumusiime is a Ugandan actress, radio and television host, voice-over artist, emcee and author of 30 Days of Flavia. She presents a mid-morning radio show (AM-PM Show) on 91.3 Capital FM radio in Kampala and is a VJ for Channel O.
She has played the role of Kamali Tenywa (lead role) in Nana Kagga’s television series, Beneath The Lies – The Series (2014-2016) and has co-hosted the Guinness Football Challenge.
Flavia Tumusiime Age
Tumusiime was born on 11 February 1988 (age 29) in Kampala and is the only child of Enoch Tumusiime and Christine Asiimwe.
Flavia Tumusiime Education
She attended St Theresa Kisubi for primary school, then joined Kitante Hill Secondary School for both “O” and “A” levels. She then attended the Makerere University Business School from where she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in international business.
Flavia Tumusiime Personal life
Flavia has a long-time lover Andrew Kabura. The love birds are thinking about a way beyond simply moving in together; “They are planning to make their relationship official.”
Flavia Tumusiime Television
Tumusiime has been a television presenter since she was teenager. She started presenting on WBS TV’s teen’s club, a show she did with other teens for four years.
Between 2010 and 2012, she presented K-files, another program on WBS TV.
Since 2011, she has presented the Guinness football challenge. It has been aired on NTV (Uganda) and ITV & KTN (Kenya). In the same period, she has been a VJ on Channel O. She was also a presenter for Big Brother Africa in 2012.
Flavia Tumusiime Radio
Tumusiime had a short stint working as a presenter on HOT100 FM in 2006 before finally settling at Capital FM where she has been to date.
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Flavia Tumusiime Awards and recognition
- Silver award in the best mid-morning show category at the 2013 Radio and TV awards.
- Teeniez role model in 2013 Buzz Teeniez Awards.
- Best Dressed Female Media Personality Of The Year – Abryanz Style and Fashion Awards 2015
- Best Female Radio Personality – Uganda Entertainment Awards 2016
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For sometime now, i have trained myself to say “I forgive you” to MYSELF. We often think those words are for others who do us wrong. If you are honest,there are times you have said less than wonderful things to and about yourself or made mistakes that made you doubt yourself. It’s important that you forgive yourself often and let go, it helps you heal faster. Happy week😊💖.
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Flavia Tumusiime Filmography
- (2014) Beneath the lies – The Series
- (2014) Reserved (TV Show) – Host
- (2014) Tusker Twende Kazi – Contestant from Uganda
- (2013) Tusker Project Fame – Auditions Judge
Flavia Tumusiime Films
- (2010) Irreversible regret
- (2008) Kiwani: The Movie
Flavia Tumusiime Big Brother
In her book, “30 days of Flavia Tumusiime” she wrote:
“So in 2011, I won the competition to become Uganda’s first Channel O VJ. I was so happy, then became overwhelmed at how big a platform it was. We were 5 Vjs for the continent and in a team building meeting in south Africa, our boss asked for our strengths, she intended to get us opportunities that would help us grow bigger in the industry. Everyone said their strength except me, because I didnt know what it was.
I came back to Uganda and while at capital, one of my colleagues said…”now that you are on channel O, toloba, make sure bakulaba and you leave a mark kwegamba you even push obele ku bigbrother Africa” lol he is dramatic.
Anyway, I told him that I was a small fish and no one would skip all the choices of presenters, to let me get on Bigbrother Africa. Two months later, they were in meetings looking for a guest host and my boss suggested me, and as you saw in 2012, I ended up chosen.
One day I asked my boss why I was chosen out of curiosity and she said to me..” they looked at all your work and felt you were talented and a new face, and also, one of the directors of the show worked with you on Guinness football challenge and he said you were professional and a pleasure to work with”.