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Ali Nuhu

Date of Birth | March 15, 1974 (46 years)

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Ali Nuhu is a Nigerian actor, screenwriter and filmmaker. He was born on March 15, 1974 to Fatima Karderam Digema and Nuhu Poloma in Maiduguri, Borno State. He grew up in Kano where he attended Riga Special Primary School; Government Secondary Commercial School, Airport road, Kano; and Science Secondary School, Dawakin Tofa. He studied Geography at the University of Jos, and went on to study Film Production and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. He also partook in a Film training program at the Asian School of Media Studies in Noida, New Delhi.

Nuhu began his career in 1999 as an actor in the Hausa film industry and rose to prominence starring in both English and Hausa language films. He is known for ''Gwamnati'' (2003), '''Taurari'' (2005), ''Jamhuriya'' (2005), ''Sabon Sarki'' (2006), ''Sitanda'' (2006), ''Bana Bakwai'' (2007), ''Hafsah'' (2007), ''Dijangala'' (2008), ''Artabu'' (2009). ''Wasila'' (2010), ''Dan Sarki'' (2010), ''Sai Wata Rana'' (2010), ''Ladidin Baba'' (2010), ''Balaraba'' (2010), ''Kukan Zaki: The Lion's Cry'' (2010), ''Sarauta'' (2010), ''Mai Ladabi'' (2010), ''Yan Mata'' (2010), ''Ankwa'' (2011), ''Muradi'' (2011), ''Adamsy'' (2011), ''Rai Da Buri'' (2011), ''Jaraba'' (2011), ''Malika'' (2011), ''Armala'' (2011), ''Toron Giwa'' (2011), ''Ke Duniya'' (2011), ''Tsaraba'' (2011), ''Mai Zamani'' (2011), ''Fisabilillahi'' (2011), ''Mutallab'' (2011), ''Carbin Kwai'' (2011), ''Memories of My Heart'' (2011), ''Madubin Dubawa'' (2012), ''Talatu'' (2012), ''Hubbi'' (2012), ''Son Ma So'' (2012), ''Kona Gari'' (2012), ''Noor: The Light'' (2012), ''Maza Da Mata'' (2012), ''Bazan Barki Ba'' (2012), ''Gani Gaka'' (2012), ''Rai Dai'' (2012), ''Kara da Kiyashi'' (2012), ''Son Zuciya'' (2012), ''Kudi A Duhu'' (2012), ''Wani Hanin'' (2012), ''Dan Marayan Zaki'' (2012), ''Last Flight to Abuja'' (2012), ''Blood and Henna'' (2012), ''Confusion Na Wa'' (2013), ''Halisa'' (2013), ''Mai Jego'' (2013), ''Haske'' (2013), ''Lamiraj'' (2013), ''Fari Da Baki'' (2013), ''Matar Jami'a'' (2013), ''Zuri'a'' (2013), ''Mai Farin Jini'' (2013), ''Jarumin Maza'' (2013), ''Andamali'' (2013), ''Nadawo Gareki'' (2013), ''Da Kishiyar Gida'' (2013), ''Dakin Amarya'' (2013), ''Wani Gari'' (2013), ''Matan Gida'' (2014), ''Hakkin Miji'' (2014), ''Garbati'' (2014), ''Mati da Lado'' (2014), ''Kanin Miji'' (2014), ''Hujja'' (2014), ''Duniyar Nan'' (2014), ''Sai a Lahira'' (2014), ''Munafikin Mata'' (2014), ''Ya daga Allah'' (2014), ''Hanyar Kano'' (2014), ''Idan Hakane'' (2014), ''So Aljannar Duniya'' (2014), ''''Jinin Jikina'' (2014), ''Mai Dalilin Aure: The Matchmaker'' (2014), ''Sirrin Da Ke Raina'' (2014), ''Halacci'' (2015), ''Gamu Nan Dai'' (2015), ''Yar Tasha'' (2015), ''Ba'asi'' (2015), ''Sallamar So'' (2015), ''Kurman Allo'' (2015), ''Wutar Gaba'' (2015), ''Bani Bake'' (2015), ''Baya da Kura'' (2015), ''Uba da 'Da'' (2015), ''Nasibi'' (2015), ''Shinaz'' (2016), ''Jarumta'' (2016), ''Mu'amalat'' (2016), ''Igiyar Zato'' (2016), ''Dattijo'' (2016), ''Dangin Miji'' (2017), ''Ba Tabbas'' (2017), ''Wacece Sarauniya?'' (2017), ''Zuciya Da Hawaye'' (2017), ''Ojukokoro: Greed'' (2017), ''Banana Island Ghost'' (2017), ''Rariya'' (2017), ''Hakkunde'' (2017), ''Sink or Swim: The Perilous Journey'' (2017), ''Mansoor'' (2017), ''Badamasi: Portrait of a General'' (2017), ''Mujadala'' (2018), ''Merry Men: The Real Yoruba Demons'' (2018) and ''Seven and a Half Dates'' (2018).

In 2007, Nuhu won the award for Best Upcoming Artist at the 3rd Africa Movie Academy Awards for his role in ''Sitanda''. In 2018, Nuhu won the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award for Best Indigenous Language Movie or TV Series in Hausa for ''Maansor''.

Nuhu is married to Maimuna Garba Ja Abdulkadir (m. 2003). He has 2 children.

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Twitter: @alinuhu
Instagram: @realalinuhu
Phone: +2348060210298, +2348036383830, +2348065924600
Email: [email protected]
Website: alinuhu.net