Samuel Ajibola who is popularly known as Spiff in the tv series “The Johsnons” is a versatile nollywood actor, entrepreneur and master of ceremonies born in 1990.
Samuel Ajibola was born in Mazamaza, Lagos state but originally hails from Ikole local government area in Ekiti state.
He is the first child in a family of 6, having only 3 siblings.
His father, Lanre Ajibola (Rtd Military veteran), married his mother, Irene Ajibola (an ex-banker).
Spiff as fondly called attended Army children school and Command secondary school for his primary and secondary education.
He studied political science at university of lagos and also obtained a diploma in acting from Amaka Igwe’s centre of excellence in film amd Media studies.
Samuel Ajibola who began acting in 1995 at the age of 5 with a role as child actor in Opa Williams directed movie “Tears for love”, took a break from acting to further his education.
Upon his return in 2009, he acted in Teco Benson produced movie “The Fake Prophet” starring alongside Grace Amah.
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In 2013, he also starred in the MTV produced tv series, Shuga and has featured in sevearl blockbuster movies including Last Flight to Abuja with Omotola Jalade Ekeinde and The Antique with Kiki Omeli, Judith Audu and Gloria Young.
The talented actor rose to fame after hism intriguing role in the Africa Magic tv series, The Johnsons where he nplayed the role of Spiff.
Apart from The Johnsons, Ajibola has also featured in a whole lot including The Calabash, Paradise, Kamelita and his recent production “Dele Issues” where he features the former president Olusegun Obasanjo.
Samuel Ajibola has won numerous awards including:
- Best kid actor for Eye-witness at Rhema awards in 1996.
- Best actor at in-short movie awards (2014).
- Best actor in a comedy (The Johnsons) at AMVCA (2017).
- Comic actor of the year (The Johnsons) at City people entertainment awards (2017).
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