Andrian Mazive (also known as Andrian Maziba) is a South African actor best known for his starring role as Baby Tjoklits on the kykNET drama series Knapsekêrels.
Originally from Lenasia, Gauteng, Andrian studied directing at the Market Lab, graduating in 2005. That same year he landed his first professional role, as a cadre in the film Catch a Fire.
In 2006 he was the lead in a tracker recovery system commercial on television and the following year a lead in a Guinness commercial.
In 2009 he played a diamond hunter in the film Through Africa in a Bridal Dress. Other films he has acted in include Zama Zama, Vehicle 19, Ladygrey, Im Brautkleid durch Afrika and Tomb Raider.
His television debuts was as a lead in the documentary series Eaten Alive (2008). He also had a cameo in the first season of the action series Strike Back, in 2010.
Andrian has had minor roles in a number of soapies including Rhythm City (2009), the role of Tintswalo on Isidingo (2010) and Panyaza in Generations (2010).
In 2013 he featured in a crime comedy miniseries called Uyaphapha, which aired on Mzansi Magic as part of its "Lokshin Bioskop" strand of short series.
In 2016 and 2017 he featured in two seasons of the Starz pirate series Black Sails in the recurring role of Kofi, first appearing in Season 3, Episode 4.
In 2018 he had a guest starring role as a judge in an episode of the SABC1 drama series Ingozi, appearing in the Season 2 premiere (which aired on 18 February, 2018).
Later that year he landed his first starring role in television when he was cast as Baby Tjoklits in the kykNET drama series Knapsekêrels, created by prolific Afrikaans writer Paul C. Venter.