About Samson Kayo:

Samson Kayo

Samson Kayo is a British actor, writer, and producer who was born on June 20, 1991, in Manchester, United Kingdom. He is known for his roles in The Bubble (2022), Our Flag Means Death (2022), Bloods (2021-2022), and many more.

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Quick Bio:

Full Name     Samson Kayo
Stage Name Samson Kayo
Profession Actor, Writer, Producer
Date of Birth June 20, 1991
Age (In ) Years
Height 5’10” (1.78 m)
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Birthplace Manchester, UK
Nationality British
Marital Status Single
Net Worth Under Review
Debut T.v Youngers (2013-2014)
Debut Movie The Weekend (2016)

Physique and Body Stats:

Samson Kayo is approximately 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 m) tall. He has black hair and has black eyes.

Early life / Education:

Samson Kayo started his acting journey by acting in various short films. His very first short film project was ‘Drink, Drugs and KFC’, in 2011.

Family / Relationship:

  1. Father – Manoah
  2. Mother – Not known
  3. Siblings –  Not known

Social Media: 

  1. Instagram – @samsonkayo/
  2. Facebook – @samson.kayo
  3. Twitter – @samsonkayo
  4. YouTube – N/A
  5. Website – N/A

Movies and Television shows/series Appearance:

  1. The Bubble (Bola, 2022)
  2. Our Flag Means Death (Oluwande, 2022)
  3. Bloods (Maleek, 2021-2022)
  4. Death to 2021 (Pyrex Flask, 2020)
  5. Truth Seekers (Elton John, 2020)
  6. Famalam (Various, 2018-2020) 
  7. Dolittle (Pirate, 2020)
  8. The Colonel Banjoko Show (Colonel Banjoko, 2019)
  9. Urban Myths (Basil, 2019), See More @IMDb.

Interesting Facts:

  1. His birth date is June 20, 1991. He is years old as of .
  2. His zodiac sign is Gemini.
  3. He has played the role of Bola in ‘The Bubble (2022)’.
  4. He had also played the role of Maleek in ‘Bloods (2021-2022)’.
  5. Apart from being an actor, he is also a writer and a producer.
  6. He was nominated for BAFTA Awards in Male Performance in a Comedy Program for Bloods (2021), and for Famalam (2018).
  7. He was also nominated in Royal Television Society, the UK for Comedy Performance – Male, for Bloods (2021), and for Famalam (2018).

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