Veteran actor Richard Mofe Damijo was joined by industry colleagues, friends and close allies to celebrate a stellar career on Saturday night, March 3rd, which transcended performing arts, politics and entrepreneurship.
The Johnnie Walker ambassador celebrated the swanky evening with the likes of Mo Abudu, Ayo Makun, Kate Henshaw, Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde, Don Jazzy, Chris Ubosi and former Governor of Delta State, Emmanuel Uduaghan at the exclusiveSouth Eatery & Social House in Victoria lsland, Lagos
Richard Mofe-Damijo, remains a man of many passions as he constantly pushes the boundaries for personal progress deep into his golden years.
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Recall that the Veteran Nollywood actor, wrote an inspirational piece to single men and women on Valentine’s day.
According to him, “don’t look for anybody to complete you, you are complete on your own.”The actor shared a photo below and penned…
Below are 10 things you probably didn’t know about Richard Mofe-Damijo (RMD)
- He was born in Aladja community of Udu Kingdom, near Warri, Delta State.
- Although he bears an Itsekiri name, he is an Urhobo man.
- He attended Midwest College, Warri and Anglican Grammar School
- He was a member of Drama club in his school
- He studied Theatre arts at UNIBEN
- He also studied Law at UNILAG, graduated in 2004
- Mofe-Damijo is a former commissioner for Culture and Tourism, Delta State
- His first wife was a journalist and publisher, called May Ellen-Ezekiel who later died in 1996!
- He later married ex-TV personality Jumobi Adegbesan!
- He has 5 children, 1 with his first wife and 4 with his second wife