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Biography
His intricate name can be divided into interesting parts: Ade – the crown, wale – coming home, Akin – warrior, nuoye the position of leader, Agbaje prosperity and wealth
Born August 22, 1967 in London, England, on the street Upper Street in the heart of London, behind the fire station.
His parents are originally from Nigeria, in the family-4 sisters. Fluently speaks English, Italian, and also speaks the native language of the parents Yorùbá and Kiswahili.
Most of our childhood spent moving between Nigeria and England.
In the family it is called “Wálé”, the school was nicknamed “Wally Badgero”, and all those who often use his name, came up with the nickname “Triple A”.
He graduated from King’s College London University.
In addition to acting, tried his hand in the fashion industry, participating as a model in fashion shows Irene Mary.
Adewale Akinnouye-Agbaje Buddhism.
First appeared in the video Downey Foam “No, No, No (You Don’t Love me)” in the role of offender Simon Adebisi.
1994 1998 starred in the TV series “New York Undercover”.
From 1992 to 1999 participation in the TV series “Red Shoe Diaries”
After that, the famous Director Frank Marshall in 1995, invites Adewale on shooting the movie “Congo”.
1995 “Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls”.
1996 “Deadly Voyage”.
In 1997, Adewale starred in the TV series “Pensacola: Wings of Gold”, “Cracker”, in several episodes of ABC’s “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea” and plays the role of a prisoner of a drug addict in the TV series “OZ Prison”. Association NAACP Adewale has twice been nominated for “best actor”, which fell to him on “OZ”.
2000 participation in “Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble”.
2001 Starred in the popular movie “The Mummy Returns” with well-known actors Brendan Fraser and Rachel of Waits, plays the role of a deposed African dictator Nykwana Wombosi in the “Bourne Identity”
2004 Adewale Akinnouye-
Agbaje plays “Unstoppable”.
2004-2008 Involved in the series with the global popularity of “Lost”.
In winter 2005 out movie “Get Rich or Die Tryin'”, where Adewale plays along with Curtis Jackson (the leader of the group “50 cent”). In the same year starred in live and direct Comedy “Mistress of Spices”
2008 voice actor can be heard in the movie “Horton Hears a Who!”, filmed according to the book “Horton hears Choshek”. The same year marked his participation in “Survive”, and for 2009 it is scheduled to participate in the film “G. I. Joe”.

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