Buyile Mdladla is a South African actor and presenter best known for his role as Prince on the third season of the SABC3 television drama series Hard Copy; and for hosting eight seasons of the SABC1 religious show Spirit Sundae.
Buyile was born in a small village just outside the town of Ladysmith in Kwazulu-Natal. He grew up on his grandfather's farm - herding livestock and partaking in crop farming.
He got bitten by the movie bug when he was in Std 7 and after matric enrolled at the Wits School of Dramatic Art. During his last year at varsity was cast in the biggest role of his life playing US jazz saxophonist Charlie ''Yardbird'' Parker.
He was spotted by an agent and cast in the soapie Generations. After this he was cast as a presenter for Electric Workshop, a youth magazine programme on SABC1.
Until February 2002 he worked for Drum magazine as their entertainment editor and during June 2002 he was the Quizmaster of the Sports Soccer challenge on e.tv.
During the same year he had a stint as a presenter of the Live Lotto Draw and also co-hosted Spirit Sundae on SABC 2.
He had a leading role as Melusi "Mel" Luthuli, a version of Edmund, in the SABC1 mini-series adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear, Izingane zoBaba, from April to May 2008.
In 2013 he joined the SABC2 soapie Muvhango in the role of Tumelo Mojalefa, Phatudi Mojalefa's youngest son.