Wale Ojo

Wale Ojo began acting on television station as a child
prodigy and star. He turned professional in the
United Kingdom at the age of 21.

He is the pioneer and founder of the New Nigeria Cinema whose aim is to improve the quality of Nigerian films. To date, he runs a yearly festival titled New Nigeria Cinema day at the British Film Institute in London.

A great lover of Shakespeare he is at the moment researching an African movie adaptation of one of the Bard’s plays. He has acted in several movies including “Phone Swap”, “Johnny English Reborn” and “The Guard” amongst others. His international career has seen him share the camera with the likes of Gill Scott, James Purefoy Rowan Atkinson and Thandie Newton.

He plays the character Kunle in the movie FIFTY