Alexx Ekubo

Alexx Ekubo

Nigerian Actor and Model Extraordinaire


10 April 1986

Early Life and Education

Alexx Ekubo was born on April 10, 1986, in Abia State, Nigeria but grew up in various Nigerian cities due to his father's profession as a petroleum trader. Fluent in both Hausa and Igbo, he effortlessly navigates the linguistic diversity of Nigeria. Ekubo completed his early education at K. Kotun Nursery and Primary School in Lagos before attending the Federal Government College in Daura, Katsina State. He later pursued a law degree at the University of Calabar and also obtained a diploma in mass communication from Calabar Polytechnic.


11 July 2005

Career Highlights

Ekubo's acting journey began with a minor role in Lancelot Oduwa Imasuen's film "Sinners in the House" in 2005. However, his breakthrough came several years later with a prominent role in "Ladies Men." Since then, he has consistently dazzled audiences with his versatile performances and garnered critical acclaim for his acting prowess.


11 July 2010

Notable Achievements

In 2010, Ekubo emerged as the first runner-up in the prestigious Mr Nigeria contest, showcasing his charisma and poise on a national stage. His talent did not go unnoticed, and he was honored with the Best Actor in a Supporting Role award at the 2013 Best of Nollywood Awards for his outstanding performance in "Weekend Getaway."


11 July 2023


Throughout his career, Ekubo has showcased his versatility by portraying a wide range of characters. Here are some notable films and TV series in which he has made a lasting impact:

1. "Secrets & Scandals"

2. "Hope Bay"

3. "Happy Family"

4. "Tinsel"

5. "AY's Crib"

6. "Married to the Game"

7. "Aina" (2011)

8. "Weekend Getaway" (2012)

9. "True Citizens" (2012)

10. "In the Cupboard" (2012)

11. "Keeping my Man" (2013)

12. "Lagos Cougars" (2013)

13. "Champagne" (2014)

14. "Single, Married and Complicated" (2014)

15. "Ifedolapo" (2014)

16. "Gold Diggin" (2014) (with Yvonne Nelson and Rukky Sanda)

17. "Undercover Lover" (2015)

18. "All that Glitters" (2015)

19. "The First Lady" (2015) (with Omoni Oboli)

20. "Gbomo Gbomo Express" (2015)

21. "Death Toll" (2015)

22. "Entreat" (2016)

23. "The Other Side of the Coin" (2016)

24. "Diary of a Lagos Girl" (2016)

25. "Wife Material" (2017)

26. "A Man for the Weekend" (2017) (with Syndy Emade)

27. "Catcher" (2017)

28. "3 is a Crowd" (2017)

29. "Hot Girl Next Door" (2018)

30. "Switch" (2018)

31. "Power of 1" (2018)

32. "The American King: As told by an African Priestess" (2019)

33. "Bling Lagosians" (2019)

34. "Zero Hour" (2019)

35. "Your Excellency" (2019)

36. "72 hours" (2019)

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