Andrian Mazive (born 2 June) is a South African actor. He is popular for appearing in many popular films and television serials. One of his popular appearances on screen is as Baby Tjoklits in Knapsekêrels.
He has also appeared in other television shows like Black Sails. He was cast in the third season of the Drama serial broadcast on History Africa and Netflix South Africa.
More on his acting credit is Panyaza in Generations, Judge in Ingozi, Tintswalo in Isidingo, and Police Officer in Strike Back.
|Alma mater||Market Lab|
Andrian has been gracing the local television for a long time and has remained consistent.
He pursued his higher education at Market Lab and studied directing. Andrian completed his program and graduated in 2005.
He made his debut as a professional actor in the film Catch a Fire as a cadre.
In the following year, in 2016, he landed a lead role in a tracker recovery system commercial on television. More opportunities came his way including a Guinness commercial.
He was cast as a diamond hunter in the film Through Africa in a Bridal Dress. As an actor, he appeared in Tomb Raider, Vehicle 19, Zama Zama, Ladygrey, and Im Brautkleid durch Afrika.
Andrian appeared first on TV in a lead role in the 2008 documentary series Eaten Alive. In 2010, he landed a cameo role in season one played a cameo role in season one of Strike Back.
He has also appeared on many soap operas in a minor role between 2009 and 2010. He was cast as Guest Star in Rhythm City, Tintswalo in Isidingo, and Panyaza in Generations.
He appeared in Uyaphapha, a crime comedy miniseries, in 2013. Between 2016 and 2017, he was cast in seasons 3 and 4 of Black Sails.
Andrian landed a guest-starring role in the premiere of the Season 2 of the SABC1 drama series Ingozi as Judge in 2018.
Still, in 2018, he was cast as Baby Tjoklits in the kykNET drama series Knapsekêrels. The role is credited as his debut starring role on TV.
|The Estate||Nkedama Kamanga|
|Rhythm City||Guest Star|
|Strike Back||Police Officer|
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