Charles Inojie Early life & Education
The Nollywood superstar Charles Inojie was born into a Royal family.
Although he was born into a Royal family, Charles grew up with his grandmother. Notably, Charles did reveal in an interview that his parents had sent him to live with his grandmother to keep her company.
While he enjoyed his stay with his grandmother, Charles had his primary and high school there. Expectedly, he obtained both his First School Leaving Certificate and West African School Certificate there.
For his University education, Charles had wanted to study and become a lawyer but he changed his mind.
Now, Charles didn’t just change his mind about his course of study for no reason, he changed his mind when he attended Bode Osoyin’s writers’ resort.
Thereafter, Charles gained admission into the prestigious University of Port Harcourt (UniPort), Rivers State, where he studied and bagged a Bachelor’s Degree in Dramatic and Theatre Arts. He enrolled in 1993 and graduated in 1999.
Charles started as an assistant director at Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen’s production company before fully drifting into acting and directing.
Charles’s kind of role in movies is that of a humorous personality whose comic utterances are irresistible to movie lovers.
In his capacity, he has been featured in more than 250 Nollywood movies, some of which include Police Recruit, Mr. Sabinus, Keke Soldiers, The Master, Native Fowl, Nollywood Hustlers, Cooperate Maid, Caught in the Act, Open and Close, Money for Hand, The Counselor, Peter and Paul, The Master, Husband My Foot, etc.Charles Inojie is very known for his hilarious role in the popular television comedy series “The Johnsons” alongside Chinedu Ikedieze (Aki)
Charles Inojie Age
4 December 1970
Charles is reportedly worth an estimated net worth of $5 million.