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Kelvin Ikeduba can be considered one of Nollywood's most dynamic talents not only because of his ability to interpret roles like a master, but also because he is one of the few stars in the industry that makes films in both English and Yoruba.
Born on the 21st of August, Kelvin has lived all his life in Lagos, he hails from Delta state and is an Economist graduate from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria.
Kelvin came into the industry in 2000 with an appearance in 'The Suitor' after then he has gone over to appear in many movies, including his breakthrough performance in 'Emotional Tears' alongside Genevieve Nnaji, Jim Iyke and Shola Shobowale. He has since then appeared in several movies which include Victim Of Love alongside Ramsey Noauh, Tears Of The Ghetto, Initial Damage, The One I Trust alongside Jim Iyke and Ini Edo, Way To The Top, Endless Passion and The Masters. He made his Yoruba movie debut in Ogidan which Kelvin also admits was one of his most challenging roles.
Kelvin most recently appeared in Beautiful Faces alongside a star studded youthful cast that included Muna Obiekwe, Ini Edo, Stephanie Okereke, Oge Okoye. He would soon appear in 'Bloody Affairs' alongside Enebeli Elebuwa and Alex Lopez and the Yoruba thriller “Orugbeja” which he would star alongside a cast that includes Akin Olaiya, Nike Peller, Femi Ogedemgbe and Jide Kosoko.
Though Kelvin might have accomplished in this short while what many only dream, his own dream is to make it to Hollywood.