Nigerian actor Alex Usifo, a seasoned veteran of nollywood


Barnabas and Patricia Anobi Omiagbo welcomed Alex Usifo into the world on April 16, 1953. He is now 69 years old. His father attained management status while employed by the Central Bank of Nigeria. Alex attended his elementary and basic schooling there after the family relocated. Later, due to the civil war, he was relocated to Edo state, where he finished his secondary school at St. John Bosco's Grammar School, Ubiaja.

At Ambrose-Ali University, he received a 2nd-Class upper for his English degree. Ladoke Akintola University of Technology is where he completed his graduate studies. Illishan Remo obtained a PhD in Information Resources Management at Babcock University. He attended Babcock during that time, and in 2016—the year he graduated—he was chosen to serve as the departing Post-Graduate students' president. Alex entered the seminary intending to become a Catholic priest, but he later changed his mind and dropped out. Ten years after 1990, he first encountered Princess, with whom he later got hitched in 1993. Sarah, Isaac, David, and Osedebame are four wonderful kids who were born to them.

In the telemovie The Return of the Native, in which he had a significant role, his acting career began in 1984.

In Natas and "Two People," he played the lead parts. For the weekly program At Your Service, he began going to NTA, Victoria Island. From 1984 to 1987, he took part in the NTA shows Turning Wheel and Echoes of Life.

His role in Zeb Ejiro's aoap opera Ripples brought him recognition in 1988. As Talaab Abass, Usifo performed. There weren't many soap operas, so the show was groundbreaking for television. a bad guy named Talaab Abass. Baritone voice and bulging eyes were how Alex portrayed the persona.

Before Nollywood even existed, Usifo already had a recognizable name. Plays like Awero were among the ones he took part in. At the National Theatre in Iganmu, this was performed. He was a cast member in Ola Rotimi's Our Husband Has Gone Mad Again!, which was shown at the National Theatre. Radio and film both highlighted him.

Usifo belongs to the Association of Movie Producers as well as the Actors' and Directors' Guild of Nigeria. [Wiki].

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