Amor began presenting Body Beat on television when she was sixteen, and she quickly moved on to Supersport. Amor studied a BA in Communication, specialising in Advertising, at Rand University after graduating from Hoerskool Die Fakkel in Johannesburg as head girl. She received her Cum Laude Honours degree.
Her expertise and ability as a SA champion in tap and contemporary dance, as well as her position as Miss Johannesburg, opened openings for her to star in shows such as West Side Story at Pretoria's State Theatre and Richard Loring's Girl Talk. She also appeared in the Joburg Theatre's Strictly Tap Dance Fever and the Lyric Theatre's Streets of Gold.
Amor appeared in her own show, Amorisque, with a dance troupe in the Odeon Showbar at Emperor's Palace in Kempton Park in 2012. The production took four months to complete.
Wild Cherry Kisses, Amor's debut album, was published in 1998. The CD was released by EMI and features songs in both English and Afrikaans, as well as "Ti amo," an Italian ballad about her half-Italian origin.