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Blossom Chukwujekwu

Date of Birth | November 4, 1983 (36 years)


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Nigerian actor, Blossom Chukwujekwu was born Chukwudi Echezona Chukwujekwu on November 4, 1983, in the city of Benin, Edo State, Nigeria. He is the first of two sons born to Igbo parents; Dr. I.E Chukwukekwu and Evangelist J.C Chukwujekwu from Otolo, Nnewi North, Anambra State. Chukwujekwu began and completed his education in Benin City. He attended Greater Tomorrow Primary School; Greater Tomorrow Comprehensive College; and studied briefly at the Anambra State University of Science and Technology, and Enugu State University of Science and Technology, before completing his University Education at Benson Idahosa University, Benin City. He holds a degree in Mass Communication.

Chukwujekwu began his acting career in 2009. He came into limelight as Tony Gomez in Vivian Ejike’s film, “A Private Storm”, and rose to prominence in Michelle Bello’s film, “Flower Girl” (2013). Chukwujekwu is also notable for films like: “Dating Game” (2010), “One Voice Makes A Majority” (Short:2010), “Passionate Envy” (2010), “Fate” (2011), “Samantha” (2011), “Evil Cult” (2011), “King Solomon and Queen Sheba” (2011), “Cobra” (2011), “Commandment 7” (2011), “Valour” (2012), “The Mirror” (2013), “Finding Mercy” (2013), “The Tarzan Monologues” (2013), “The Undertaking” (2013), “The Return” (2013), “Mirror” (2013), “Stolen Waters” (2013), “Raging Passion” (2013), “The Undertaking” (2013), “Forgetting June” (2013), “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” (2014), “Perfect Imperfections” (2014), “Incorruptible” (2014), “Green Eyed” (2015), “The Visit” (2015), “Gbomo Gbomo Express” (2015), “Falling” (2015), “A Place Called Happy” (2015), “Mr. and Mrs. Onoja” (2015), “Ghana Must Go” (2016), “Okafor’s Law” (2016), “Potato Potahto” (2017), “Price of Deceit” (2017), “Displaced” (2017), “Trace: The Movie” (2017), “Atlas” (2017), “” (2017), “The Housewife” (Short: 2018), “De’Adura” (2018), “New Money” (2018), “Ada Cheta” (2018) and “Memoirs of 4” (2018).
Chukwujekwu’s television credits includes: “About to Wed” (Sitcom: 2009), “Tinsel” (Soap Opera: 2009), “Bella’s Place” (Sitcom: 2010), “Catwalq” (Soap Opera: 2010), “My Mum and I” (Sitcom: 2010), “Married” (Series: 2010), “Festac Town” (Web Series: 2013), “Shuga” (Series: 2013), “Taste of Love” (Telenovela: 2014), “Desperate Housewives” (Series: 2015).

On December 19, 2015, Chukwujekwu married fashion designer, Maureen Esisi in a traditional ceremony. The couple had their white wedding on October 15, 2016.
Twitter: @bcchuks
Instagram: @blossomchukwujekwu
Email: [email protected]