Andile Nebulane is a South African actor best known for his starring role as Duma, the owner of Slyza Records, in the eKasi+ drama series Hustle. It was his first starring role in television.
He attended the University of Cape Town, where he did a Performers' Diploma in Speech and Drama. He also did an Acting for Camera course at AFDA. A resident of Cape Town, Andile speaks Xhosa, English, Afrikaans and Zulu.
Andile has had guest starring roles in a number of television series including Interrogation Room, ER, Divers Down, Shooting Stars, 90 Plein Street and Heaven.
He has also acted in a number of films and short films including Adrenaline, A Myth, Wild Life, My Way, Mug Shots, More Than Just a Game, The Good Man, Love the One You Love, Omnibus and Message from the King.
Andile has an extensive theatre resume, dating back to his first production in 1996, Behind the Bars. In 2003 he appeared in Oedipus, directed by Roy Sargeant, at the Kirstenbosch Open Air Theatre.
He has appeared in theatre shows at a number of festivals including Grahamstown, the KKNK, Suidoostefees and the Spring Arts Festival in Toronto, Canada.
He has acted in numerous television commercials and corporate theatre productions for clients including Old Mutual, Royco, Knorr, Engen Wimpy, Shoprite, Eskom, MTN, Metropolitan, Coca Cola, Vital Foods and Exxaro Mines.
Andile appeared in a starring role for the first time in television in 2016, when he was cast as powerful record label boss Duma in the eKasi+ drama series Hustle, which follows a has-been diva (played by Brenda Ngxoli) as she begins what will prove to be a tough journey back to the top of the charts.