Titilope Kuti Biography | Age | Movies | Career | Education | Net Worth
Early Life and Education
Titilope Kuti was born on July 30th, 1980 in Lagos and raised in Surulere and Lagos Island. He had his primary and secondary school education in Lagos State, Nigeria before moving to a tertiary institution. He earned a B.Sc. in Industrial Relations and Personnel Management from Lagos State University.
Kuti began making waves while still an undergraduate. He debuted as a model in 2005, when he was chosen to appear on billboards for Conoil and MTN Nigeria. He quickly walked the runways for Benson & Hedges and the St. Moritz style awards. Kuti began his career with Nigezie, where he learned production and media skills from the VMN team and managing director of Virtual Media Network, Femi Aderibigbe.
Kuti worked as a presenter, producer, and resource for Nigezie TV for the channel’s communications department. In 2009, he began hosting The Top Ten Countdown Show on Nigezie Xtreme (formerly Nigezie TV), a music countdown show. He later became its producer. Emerald, his first TV series, was shot in 2010. In 2021, he made his film debut in the Netflix Original Series King of Boys: The Return of the King, directed by Kemi Adetiba and starring Sola Sobowale. Following a brief appearance as Ade Tiger in the Netflix Original King of Boys in 2018, On December 7, 2021, he provided coverage for volume 1 of issue 43 of The Will Downtown Magazine.
Kuti debuted as a co-host on the reality TV show Stakers Championship in January 2022, alongside Uti Nwachukwu and Liquorose.
Glo Naija Sings, Nigerian Idol, Nigeria’s Got Talent (seasons 1 and 2), Football Legends Nigeria, and the reality show Tecno Own The Stage are among his production credits. Kuti transitioned from modeling to film production. He produced three seasons of the M-Net television series Hustle for Africa Magic from 2016 to 2018. He joined Smart Media Production in 2018 as an associate producer for the reality show Looking for Love Naija.
Titi keeps his personal life private and away from the reach of the media and the public. He, however, noted in an interview that he is not Fela Kuti’s hidden son, but his father is a brother to Fea Kuti, with the name Tunde Kuti.
Kuti has done relatably well for himself through his art. His reported net worth is estimated at $500,000.