Kelvin Ikeduba’s journey into the Nigerian movie industry began in 2000. It was a fortunate turn of events as he accompanied a friend to an audition and decided to try his luck as well.
He successfully secured a role to his delight, marking the beginning of his acting career.
With a natural talent for languages, Kelvin Ikeduba’s ability to understand and communicate in Igbo, Yoruba, and Hausa languages proved advantageous.
He started his acting career in English-language movies and diversified into the Yoruba movie industry. Femi Ogedengbe played a pivotal role in introducing him to Saheed Balogun, which led to his first Yoruba movie role in “Omo Alhaja,” directed by Saheed Balogun.
Kelvin Ikeduba’s dedication and talent shone through, and he quickly gained popularity among Yoruba movie lovers.
His portrayal in the movie “Ogidan” by Kolade Afolabi earned him recognition, and he won the “Best Cross-Over Actor” award at the 2014 Yoruba Movie Academy Awards (YMAA).
Since then, he has appeared in numerous movies, captivating audiences with his exceptional performances and leaving an indelible mark in the industry.
Kelvin Ikeduba’s hard work and success in the Nigerian movie industry have undoubtedly contributed to his financial prosperity.
With a flourishing career and various movie roles, he has amassed an estimated net worth of around $2 million.