Nigerian actor Olumide Owuro finished his National Youth Service Corp, Nysc program today and he is ready to conquer the movie industry.
Olumide has rounded up the compulsory one-year program today in Lagos state. Prior to the service year, he attended University of Lagos then he transferred to the renowned Seventh-day Adventist private institution Babcock University where he graduated with a degree in Mass Communication in 2017.
He commenced his acting career at the age of six where he appeared in the popular television series Everyday People, then he transitioned into more matured roles in recent movies such as Shuga where he played a character known as ‘Weki’ an adolescent boy maligned with the villainous ailment HIV and the comedy family series The Johnsons where he is portrayed as the character ‘Tari’.
Olumide has achieved almost prior to becoming a graduate, in 2012 he won the “Mr. Popularity” prize in the Model of Africa contest. Then was voted the “Nollywood Revelation of the Year” winner at the Scream Awards in 2014 and he won the award for “Best Supporting actor” for his role in the successful movie Soldier’s Story at the 2016 Africa Magic Viewer’s Choice Awards.
The future is indeed promising for this young actor with his education settled and his career already has a suitable background. Congratulations Olumide, this is the beginning of greatness.