Segun Arinze recently celebrated 20 years in Nigeria's entertainment industry and in those years, he has appeared in several block buster hits both on television and in Nollywood movies. As a testament to his popularity one of West Africa's most popular satellite stations, Africa Magic, dedicate a month to showing his movies.
The actor who is often identified for playing bad guy roles speaks several Nigerian languages fluently. Born in Onitsha, Anambra state, his early education was at Victory College of Commerce in Illorin and Taba Commercial College, Kaduna. Arinze received his dramatic training at Obafemi Awolowo University in Ile Ife, Nigeria. Segun's screen credits include “The Silent Night”, “Church in Crisis”, “Darkest Night”, “Battle of Love”. “Atlanta” and the popular TV soap operas Mega Fortune and Ripples. Segun also hosts the popular AIT talk show “No Holds Barred”. Aside from acting, Segun is also a talented crooner. He recently released his sophomore album “In the Mood”.
In 30 Days, Segun plays the role of the tough talking Inspector General of Police, Shobowale who is charged with the task of untangling the mystery behind the killing of government officials.