Kelvin Ngozi Ikeduba, a talented Nollywood entertainer, model and television host, is generally referred to as Kelvin Ikeduba. He is undoubtedly one of the few Nollywood celebrities to star in films that speak both English and Yoruba. He was born in Ebute- Metta, Lagos State, on August 21, 1976, in the southwestern portion of Nigeria. He is now 41 years old.
There are several ways to get into the role, and actors sometimes explore the characters’ careers, hobbies, or activities so they can place themselves in the frame of mind. In creating a character, physical appearance may also be significant, and actors will sometimes lose or gain weight, or change their hair color to visually create the character they play.
His perfect knowledge of English, Igbo and Yoruba has made him one of the most versatile players in the Nigerian film industry (Nollywood). He was able to fit comfortably well in both English, Igbo and Yoruba- speaking films due to this fact.
In 2000, Kelvin Ikeduba entered the Nigerian film industry (Nollywood) and has starred in more than 100 Nollywood movies since then to date, including ⁇ gìdán, The Suitors, Execution Day, Absolute War Over my Mums Burial, I am Cyrus the Virus, The Rise of the Burial Warlord, The Lion’ s Son, Who is your Lover, Who Lie Move, Innocent Thief, etc.
Together with Emma Ehumadu, Jim Iyke, Sylvester Madu, Zubby Michael, Junior Pope Odonwodo, Walta Anga, Gentle Jack, Saint Obi and a host of other top Nollywood celebrities, Kelvin Ikeduba is popularly regarded by his fans as the Bad Boy of Nollywood because of the rough and criminal roles he plays in Nollywood movies.
Kelvin Ikeduba has been nominated for a few awards in his career as an actor, including Best Actor in a Supporting Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards, Best Actor in Yoruba at the City People Entertainment Awards and Most Promising Actor at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards in Nigeria.
Kelvin Ikeduba, with an estimated net worth of $320, 000, is reportedly one of the wealthiest and most successful actors in Nigeria.