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Birthday: 27.06.1973 year
Place of birth: London, UK
Citizenship: United Kingdom
His bachelor of arts degree he received already in the prestigious London Drama School (Central School of Speech and Drama). By the time we graduate Adoti already had a contract with one of the most respected London agencies in the casting.
Actor Razak Adoti was born in 1973 in London, in a Nigerian family. The craft of acting the Hero began to master at age 17, as a College student. His bachelor of arts degree he received already in the prestigious London Drama School (Central School of Speech and Drama). By the time we graduate Adoti already had a contract with one of the most respected London agencies in the casting.
Starting with the work in the series, the Hero had his first significant success in ‘ 97, hitting a famous historical drama by Steven Spielberg’s ‘Amistad’, showing the horrors of the slave system.
Continuing in anticipation of the role to work in series, Adoti appeared in such films as ‘Soldier, soldier’ (Soldier Soldier) and ‘Dream Team’.
In 2000, he was attracted to the filming of the Thriller ‘Gangster No. 1’ Paul Michiganon as a film Director. And in 2001, the year Adoti re-entered the very well-known project (subsequently winner of the award ‘Oscar’), a military Thriller Ridley Scott’s ‘Black hawk down’ about the military operations of the famous groups ‘Delta’ and army Rangers. In 2004 Adoti was waiting for the next brilliant film – famous fiction Alexander Witt ‘Resident evil 2: Apocalypse’ , where the main role was succeeded Milla Jovovich.
In the same year, the Hero played the main role of Richie rich – in the crime drama Frank E. flowers ‘Haven , a very specific picture has a complicated mosaic plot.
He fulfilled the role in the anticipated blockbuster, the film adaptation of the legendary computer game ‘Doom’ in 2005.
In 2006 Adoti played three times with Jean-Claude van Damme – in militants The Hard Corps Sheldon Lettich and ‘Second in command’ Simon Velloza. The third joint project was the documentary ‘Durable protection: a Call to action’.
Another uppercase character actor had a chance next time to play in 2007, directed bill Duke in Thriller ‘Cover’. Adoti appeared in the same year and even in a couple of movies – drama Joel Miller’s ‘The Still Life’ and the Comedy ‘Love… & Other 4 Letter Words’ Stephen Aralia.
Sometimes, instead of the full name – the Hero – actor uses a shorter version Again Adoti.
Among the latest projects involving Times – paintings 2009, Comedy ‘Barry Munday’ and drama ‘Saidi”s Song’.