|Citizenship||United Kingdom, Nigeria|
Wale Ojo is a British Nigerian actor. He started as a child actor in television. He continued acting roles in the UK and Nigeria subsequently. He came into prominence in 1995 for his role in The Hard Case. He won the award for Best Actor at the 2012 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.
|1989||Behaving Badly||Jim||Television mini-serial|
|1998 – 2000||Heartburn Hotel||Chidi Ekechi||Television serial|
|1995||The Hard Case||The gambler||Short film|
|2011||"Johnny English Reborn"||President Chambal|
|The Guard||Doctor Oleyuwo||Irish Film|
|2013||Half of a Yellow Sun (film)|
|Meet the Adebanjos|
|2014||When Love Happens|
|Render to Caesar|
|2015||8 Bars and a Clef|
|A Letter from Adam|
|White Colour Black|
|2017||Alter Ego (2017 film)|
|2018||New Money (2018 film)|
|Lara and the Beat|
|2019||Another Father's Day|
|Ordinary Fellows||Professor Jega||A film by Lorenzo Menakaya|
- Laju Ayenreka (21 December 2012). "A wife for Wale Ojo". The Vanguard. Retrieved 11 October 2018.
- "I started acting 40 years ago with NTA Ibadan wale ojo". Nigeria Entertainment Today. Retrieved 13 May 2017.
- "Photos + Full List Of Winners At The NEA". 2012.
- Shaibu Husseini (16 July 2016). "Wale Ojo: 'The CEO' and Nollywood's new leading man". The Guardian. Retrieved 11 October 2018.
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