Bimbo Manuel Biography | Age | Movies | Career | Education | Net Worth
Early Life and Education
On October 30, 1958, Bimbo was born and bred in Lagos. But at one time in his life, he resided in Ibadan, Oyo State, with his brother. Growing up, the actor claimed to have been a wild child. He attended both primary and secondary schools in Nigeria’s Western Region. He later graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre from the University of Port Harcourt.
His friend persuaded him to start working at a television station after he graduated with honors. His aim was to become a DJ, so he entered into showbiz by attending nightclubs and getting married. As a result, he started his career in broadcasting in 1985 at Ogun State Broadcasting Corporation (OGBC). Later moving to Ogun State Television, he started his acting career in 1986. (OGTV).
At the same university where Ola Rotimi and Bimbo Manuel both majored in arts in theatre, Ola Rotimi took part in “The gods are not to blame” and the set of “Hopes of the Living Dead” during the first three months of his studies. After the global debut, he was regarded as just the second troupe to ever take on the role of the play Hopes of the Living Dead. His other cast members included Daniel Wilson, Hilda Dokubo, and Gogo.
Before Nollywood was created, Bimbo Manuel worked in the Nigerian film industry. He currently works in the modern film industry, where he has won numerous honors and been nominated for numerous more. He recently appeared in the hit TV show “King of Boys.”
He is also a well-known industry activist who pours his mind into issues besetting the movie industry.
Women’s Cot (2005)
Tango with Me (2010)
Heroes & Zeros (2012)
Dazzling Mirage (2014)
Render to Caesar (2014)
October 1 (2014)
Heaven’s Hell (2015)
93 Days (2016)
Banana Island Ghost (2017)
Charge and Bail (2021)
If I am president 2018
The Governor (2016)
He is counted as one of the richest and most influential with a net worth of about $500,000 dollars.