Paul Sambo

Personal Info

Gender:
Male
Born:
January 27

(48 years)
Birthplace:
Bauchi, Nigeria
Nationality:
Nigeria
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Paul Sambo

Biography

Paul Sambo is a notable figure in the Nigerian entertainment industry, known for his versatile roles in both Kannywood and Nollywood. With a career spanning across various mediums, he has left an indelible mark. One of his prominent appearances was as "Mr. Brown" in the 2012 romantic film "Mr. and Mrs.," directed by Ikechukwu Onyeka. This film featured a talented cast including Nse Ikpe Etim, Joseph Benjamin, Thelma Okoduwa, and Paul Apel. In 2014, Sambo's talent shone in Stephanie Okereke's impactful movie "Dry," which tackled the sensitive issue of Vesicovaginal Fistula (VVF). He shared the screen with esteemed actors like Liz Benson, American actor William McNamara, and British actor Darwin Shaw, showcasing his ability to contribute meaningfully to socially relevant narratives. Continuing his streak of compelling performances, Sambo was part of the cast of Kemi Adetiba's 2018 political thriller "King of Boys." The film, which featured a star-studded ensemble including Adesua Etomi, Sola Sobowale, Reminisce, Illbliss, Osas Ighodaro, Omoni Oboli, and Akin Lewis, further solidified his reputation as a versatile and accomplished actor. Furthermore, Sambo's prowess extended to the small screen as well. He took on a pivotal role in Kenneth Gyang's political thriller TV series "Sons of the Caliphate." Portraying the character "Khalifa," he showcased his acting finesse in a different format, adding depth and intrigue to the storyline. Through his impactful contributions to both film and television, Paul Sambo has established himself as a respected and multi-talented Nigerian actor and filmmaker, capturing the hearts of audiences and leaving an enduring legacy in the entertainment world.

Personal Info

Gender:
Male
Born:
January 27

(48 years)
Birthplace:
Bauchi, Nigeria
Nationality:
Nigeria

Biography

Paul Sambo is a notable figure in the Nigerian entertainment industry, known for his versatile roles in both Kannywood and Nollywood. With a career spanning across various mediums, he has left an indelible mark. One of his prominent appearances was as "Mr. Brown" in the 2012 romantic film "Mr. and Mrs.," directed by Ikechukwu Onyeka. This film featured a talented cast including Nse Ikpe Etim, Joseph Benjamin, Thelma Okoduwa, and Paul Apel. In 2014, Sambo's talent shone in Stephanie Okereke's impactful movie "Dry," which tackled the sensitive issue of Vesicovaginal Fistula (VVF). He shared the screen with esteemed actors like Liz Benson, American actor William McNamara, and British actor Darwin Shaw, showcasing his ability to contribute meaningfully to socially relevant narratives. Continuing his streak of compelling performances, Sambo was part of the cast of Kemi Adetiba's 2018 political thriller "King of Boys." The film, which featured a star-studded ensemble including Adesua Etomi, Sola Sobowale, Reminisce, Illbliss, Osas Ighodaro, Omoni Oboli, and Akin Lewis, further solidified his reputation as a versatile and accomplished actor. Furthermore, Sambo's prowess extended to the small screen as well. He took on a pivotal role in Kenneth Gyang's political thriller TV series "Sons of the Caliphate." Portraying the character "Khalifa," he showcased his acting finesse in a different format, adding depth and intrigue to the storyline. Through his impactful contributions to both film and television, Paul Sambo has established himself as a respected and multi-talented Nigerian actor and filmmaker, capturing the hearts of audiences and leaving an enduring legacy in the entertainment world.

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Filmography

Acting (13)

2023
0.0
as Major Dino
2023
0.0
as Major Dino
2023
8.3
2023
8.3
2021
0.0
2021
0.0
2021
0.0
2021
0.0
2020
0.0
as Ahmed
2020
0.0
as Ahmed
2018
8.7
as Nurudeen Gobir
2018
8.7
as Nurudeen Gobir
2016
8.5
2016
8.5
2012
0.0
as Mr Brown
2012
0.0
as Mr Brown
0.0
as Mike
0.0
as Mike

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