Bahle Hadebe Biography: Girlfriend, Phone Number, Mother, Age, Net Worth, School, Parents, Wiki, Pictures


Bahle Hadebe (born January 11, 2005) is a fast-rising South African teenage actor who fell in love with acting at a young age. He made acting his debut in a short film titled Thula.

Hadebe is best known for featuring in the television drama series titled Bones of My Bones. He was since made many more features in many television series and shows.

With more than seven years of experience in the entertainment industry, he has developed a colossal talent. He is passionate to do art and has worked relentlessly to make a landmark for younger teenagers in the industry.

Bahle Hadebe
Bahle Hadebe biography
Photo: Bahle Hadebe is a teen South African rising actor who has discovered his talent at a tender age.
Full Name: Bahle Hadebe
Born: 11 January 2005 (age 17 years)
Place of Birth: Soweto, South African
Nationality: South African
Parents: N/A
Education: N/A
Alma mater: N/A
Girlfriend • Wife: Not Married
Occupation: Actor • Tv Personality
Years Active: 2014-date
Net Worth: US$30,000 – US$35,000

Early Life

Bahle Hadebe was born on January 11, 2005, in a township in the City of Johannesburg called Soweto to very supportive parents. His parents have always supported and guided him through his formative stage.

With the guidance and support they provide, he has recorded many achievements. Bahle has featured in many projects and productions since his debut. He has crafted his style through his great sense of humor and comedy vibes.

The young and bubbly actor is one name of the prominent teenage actors in South Africa.

Early Life

Bahle Hadebe was born on January 11, 2005, in Soweto, Johannesburg, South Africa. The charming actor was raised in Johannesburg, where he developed an interest in acting as a young child. After noticing his love for arts, his mother and father provided him with the support he needed. 


Bahle Hadebe studied in an excellent primary school in South Africa. The knowledge he acquired provided him with the necessities to interact with other celebrities and audiences. He is reportedly planning to further his studies in a prestigious school.


Bahle Hadebe worked as a presenter on a kid show on SABC titled YoTV Mini. In 2014, he was featured in a short film titled Thula. In 2017, he made his television acting debut on the SABC drama titled Bones of My Bones.

In season two, episode thirty-one of Mzansi Magic telenovela Ring of Lies, he played the recurring role of Spha. He was featured in an episode of an international crime drama series titled Ice.

Bahle Hadebe was cast in the SABC1 docu-drama series titled Now or Never appearing in season six, episode ten. In the SABC1 drama serial titled Diamond City, he played Junior.

In 2019, the young talent played Seydo Konaté in season two of an international espionage thriller titled Deep State. He starred as a young boy who moves to KwaZulu-Natal to start reading letters for villages in the short film The Letter Reader.

Hadebe portrayed Zakhele Dlamini in the BET sitcom Black Tax. In 2020, he was featured in an SABC1 miniseries titled Chulumanco. He played the youngest child Kpano in an SABC2 comedy-drama series titled Ak’siSpaza.

Social Media

The fast-rising and bubbly actor Bahle Hadebe has a decent following across social media platforms. He is on Instagram as @bahlehadebe and Twitter as @Bahlehadebe.

Personal Life

Bahle Hadebe’s humor makes him fit in any comedy-drama roles assigned to him. He is focused on work and school putting in a ton of effort to improve himself. At the moment, he lives in South Africa and is single. 

Net Worth

With many appearances on many television shows and drama series, Bahle Hadebe has earned huge from the industry. He is estimated to have a net worth of US$30,000-US$35,000.


Ak’siSpaza as Kopano
Now or Never as Young Sihle
Amazing Grace as Chulumanco
Diamond City as Junior
The Estate as Phenyo Bopape
Bone of My Bones as Boikanyo
Ring of Lies as Spha
Black Tax as Zakhele

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