Real name: Olumide Oworu
Born: December 11, 1994 (age 24)
Occupation: Actor, model, rapper
School(Alma mater): Babcock University
Years active: 2000–present
Olumide Oworu (born December 11, 1994) is a Nigerian actor, model and rapper. He started his
acting career at the age of six with the television series Everyday People after he was enrolled in
acting training for three months. Olumide attended King’s College, Lagos and the University of
Lagos. He graduated from Babcock University in June 2017.
He gained popularity for his role as Tari in the Africa Magic Series ‘The Johnsons’. Later on he
starred in other television series such as The Men In Her Life, Hammer, The Patriot, Stolen Waters and New Son.
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Olumide portrayed the character ‘Weki’ in popular Mtv Base Shuga series, in both seasons 3 and Olumide is also a television presenter.
Olumide has won Numerous awards which includes the Mr. Popularity prize in the Model of Africa 2012 contest. He also won the Nollywood Revelation of The Year award at the Scream Awards 2014 and The Most Promising Youth Actor award at Ping Awards 2014. He won the Most Promising actor in the 2015 Best of Nollywood Awards and Best Supporting actor for his role in the Soldier’s Story in the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.