Nollywood actor, Zubby Michael has joined the growing list of actors who own their homes and he has already taken to Instagram to show off his mansion.
Zubby Michael seems to have gotten his wish, which is to own his own house before walking down the aisle with his wife. He wrote as he shared the photo;
Thank u LORD #nawedeyhere #blessup
Zubby Michael is a popular Nollywood actor, model, entrepreneur and a philanthropist, known for playing criminal roles in nollywood movies. The 33 year old was born on 1st February 1985 in Yola, Adamawa State in the northern part of Nigeria. Zubby hails from Ozubulu, Okwusigo Local Government Area of Anambra State, in the south eastern part of Nigeria.
He completed both his primary and secondary school education in Yola, Adamawa State in the northern part of Nigeria. Zubby Michael, after his college, attended Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka and graduated with a degree in Mass Communication. He started acting at a very tender age of eight where he performed at children’s stage drama. He joined Nollywood professionally in 2006 and acted in his first movie “The Three Widows” alongside Oge Okoye.
In 2006 he rose to fame after acting in the blockbuster movies “The Generals” and “Royal Storm” along with Jim Iyke. He became a mega star after starring in the blockbuster movies “Princess Rihanna” and “Implication”.
Zubby Michael allegedly dated Mary Okoye, the younger sister to Nigerian Duo hip-hop artiste, P-Square for two years, and has won several movie awards such as most promising actor in Nigeria at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.
On his acting debut, Zubby Michael said;
It started at a club in Asaba where I met a producer who introduced me to the industry. That was what let to my playing a scene in Missing Rib. It was a remarkable experience working with stars like Ramsey Noah and Tonto Dike among others. Thereafter, Chidi Chijioke encouraged me into the world of acting. Ever since I have played countless roles as well as produced a flick entitled 1st Hit staring Ngozi Ezeonu, Chikwetalu Agu, Nonso Diobi, Ebere Okaro, Junior Pope, Harry B Anyanwu and Terry G among others.