Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Bio, Age, Ethnicity, Nationality, Net Worth

He was born on 22nd August 1967 in Islington, London. He is 52 years of age. At the age of six weeks old, his biological parents gave him to a white well off family to raise him up in Tilbury Essex. He went to a boarding school at age of 16 years in Surrey and later joined King’s college in London and pursued a law degree. Nevertheless, he went to study masters in law in the university of London International programme.He is Nichiren Buddhist.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Career Details

Adewale was involved in a modeling career which led him into acting world. Being in Hollywood acting he began this career in 1955, Congo. Moreover, he became a film director in the year 2012 in a film called Farming which criticized the Nigerian parents in giving out their children to the white people in the United Kingdom.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Net Worth

Akinnuoye has a net worth of $3 million dollars

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Parents

His parents were of Yoruba origin in Nigeria. His biological parents gave him up to a white family together with his two sisters .He was raised together with ten more African children by the foster parents. However, the foster father struggled to sustain the family since he worked as a lorry driver.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Dating History

He is currently single and he had a previous one relationship

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Kids

Adewale has no children

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Wife

He is not married and has never been into any marriage.

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Body Measurements

He is 1.88m in height, 83kg in weight, a body size of 42 Inch, Brown eye color, chest size of 42 Inch and fair skin color

Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje Career Details

He has been an actor in the following films;

  • Farming (2018)
  • Suicide squad as Waylon Jones (2016)
  • Bilal as Bilal- voive (2016)
  • Concussion as Dave Duerson (2015)
  • Trumbo as Virgil Brooks (2015)
  • Annie as Nash (2014)
  • Atticus as Pompeii (2014)
  • The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete as Pike (2013)
  • Thor: The Dark world as Algrim the strong/Kurse (2013)
  • Bullet to the Head as the Morel(2013)
  • Best Laid Plans as Joseph (2012),
    The Thing as the Derek Jameson (2011)
  • Killer Elite as the Agent (2011)
  • Faster as the Evangelist (2010)
  • G. I Joe :The Rise of Cobra as Heavy Duty (2009)
  • Get Rich or Die Trying as Majestic (2005)
  • On the One as Bull Sharky (2005)
  • The Mistress of Spices as Kwesi (2005)
  • Unstoppable as Agent Junod (2004)
  • The Bourne Identity as Nykwana Wombosi (2002)
  • Lip Service as Sebastion (2001)
  • The Mummy Returns as Lock- Nah (2001)
  • Legionnaire as Luther (1998)
  • The Deadly Voyage as Emmanuel (1996)
  • Ace Ventura :Wheb Nature Calls as Hitu (1995)
  • Delta of Venus as The Clairvoyant(1995)
  • Congo as Kahega (1995).

Akinnuoye-Agbaje acted as the following television movies:-

  • The Fix as Sevvy Johnson (2019)
  • Water ship Down as Vervain (2018)
  • Ten Days In the Valley as John Bird (2017)
  • Tour de Pharmacy as Olusegun Okorocha (2017)
  • Tangled series as Xavier Black smith- voice (2017)
  • Game of Thrones as Malko (2015)
  • Major Lazer as Major Evil lazer (2015)
  • American Odyssey as Frank Majors (2015)
  • Hunted as Deacon Crane (2012)
  • Srike Back: Project Dawn as Tahir (2011)
    Monk as Samuel Waingaya (2009)
  • Lost as Mr. Eko (2005-2006)
  • Enslavement :The story of Fanny Kemble as Joe (2000)
  • Linc’s as Winston Iwelu (1998), OZ as Simon Adebisi (1997-2000)
  • Pensacola Wings of Gold as Ambassador Odeku (1997)
  • Cracker: Mind Over Murder as John Doe (1997)
  • 20,000 Leagues under the Sea as Cabe Attucksa (1997)
  • Screen Two as Emmanuel (1996)
  • New York Undercover as Cliff Ramsey (1995)
  • Red Shoe Diaries as Davis Bateman (1994)

He embarked in the following music videos:-

  • Talk it over – Grayson Hugh (1989)
  • Jealousy – Pet Shop Boys (1991)
  • Giving Him Something He Can Feel – En Vogue (1992)
  • Love No Limit – Heather Hunter (1993)
  • I Want It All Night Long – Heather Hunter (1993)
  • You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No) – Dawn Penn (1994)

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