Buyile Mdladla (born in Kwazulu-Natal) is a South African actor and presenter known for his role as Prince in Hard Copy, and for hosting eight seasons of the SABC1 religious show Spirit Sundae.
Buyile Mdladla Wife
He is happily married to his wife Connie.
After being discovered by an agent, he was placed in the soap opera Generations. Following that, he was cast as a presenter on SABC1’s Electric Workshop, a youth magazine program.
He worked as the entertainment editor for Drum magazine until February 2002, and in June 2002, he was the Quizmaster of the Sports Soccer Challenge on e.tv.
In the same year, he co-hosted Spirit Sundae on SABC 2 and worked as a presenter for the Live Lotto Draw.
In the SABC1 mini-series adaption of Shakespeare’s King Lear, Izingane zoBaba, he played Melusi “Mel” Luthuli, a version of Edmund.
In 2013, he landed the part of Tumelo Mojalefa, Phatudi Mojalefa’s youngest son, on the SABC2 soapie Muvhango.
Buyile Mdladla Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $100,000 which he has earned as an actor and presenter.