Moshood Fattah is popular Nigerian actor, environmentalist, pro-African thinker, practical feminist and fashion enthusiast.
He is of Yoruba decent, the actual place and date of his birth not known.
Moshood Fattah is a graduate of Performing Arts from the University of Ilorin.
He also bagged a Master’s degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Lagos, specializing in New Nigerian Cinema.
His Acting Career
Moshood who had the strong foundation in acting and directing by a renowned actor and lecturer, Ayo Akinwale at the University of Ilorin.
He began his professional career in 2015 with a leading role in the Spirit of David Musical Butcher & the Bridge where he delivered a brilliant performance as the blood thirsty child soldier, Gwanza.
He continues to hone his creative skills in film, TV and total theatre practice through extensive research, workshops and collaborations.
Moshood has so far made a tremendous progress experimenting with short films – Acid Test (2012) & Rage Age (2014); both of which were written and directed by him.
He has worked with top Nollywood stars like Femi Jacobs, Wale Ojo, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Osas Ighodaro Ajibade, Uru Eke, Femi Branch and Kalu Ikeagwu and many others.
Critically-acclaimed directors such as Bolanle Austen-Peters (BAP), Najite Dede, Niyi Akinmolayan, Editi Effiong and Charles Inojie (The Johnsons) have also worked with him.
In 2015, Moshood led a stellar cast including Kalu Ikeagwu, Yinka Davies and Victor Olaotan in the Spirit of David musical, The Butcher and the Bridge to great reviews followed by an autobiographical performance Sad Pink which was one of the curated plays for Lagos Theatre Festival (2016) hosted by the British Council.
Later that year, Fattah was cast in a major role in Heartbeat, a musical staged by Lufodo Productions (Olu Jacobs, Joke Silva) which ran at the Muson Centre, Onikan, Lagos for an impressive run of 28 shows.
In 2017, Fattah was cast to play Detective Babankowa in Fela and the Kalakuta Queens (Bolanle Austen Peters Productions). It was a huge musical success that was staged in Lagos, Abuja, Egypt and South Africa with more performances scheduled in 2019.
Aside acting, he is a passionate environmentalist with his work on (global warming and climate change). His efforts have made tremendous impact in fighting environmental degradation especially in the Niger Delta region of the country.
Moshood work is therefore designed “to rouse a new wave of African thinkers and push the continent forward by playing intellectually inspiring characters, writing and producing insightful stories that question society and challenge culture.”
Fattah was also a guest actor on the popular African Magic Sitcom, ‘The Johnsons’, a short film about the politics of the film industry which won the Outstanding Short Film Award at the 16th Abuja International Film Festival.
His Personal Life
Fattah’s marital life is not available as he keeps his family issues top secret from the public.
His Net Worth
Moshood Fattah is indeed a talent in the Nigerian entertainment industry, rated one of the richest and most influential with an estimated net worth of about $450,000 dollars.