The Johnson: Spiff has embarked on a journey to marital bliss, leaving the single and bachelor’s group.
Samuel Ajibola who is popularly known as Spiff has just embarked on a journey to marital contentment.
The young handsome man has just shared some heartwarming pictures on Twitter with a funny but beautiful caption.
She was my class captain in primary school and always wrote my name as a noisemaker but today we’re happily married
Let’s take a look at Spiff early life
Samuel Ajibola is a Nigerian television and film actor, model and events compere. He is best known for his role as a child actor in the Opa Williams directed movie Tears for Love, as well as his role as “Spiff” in the Africa Magic TV series, The Johnsons.
Ajibola is also famous for being the first Nigerian child actor to win the award for Best Kid Actor for three years in a row. On March 4, 2017, he won the AMVCA (Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award) for Best Actor in an M-net comedy series The Johnsons.
Spiff short biography
Ajibola was born in Mazamaza, Lagos State. He is the first of four children of Commander Lanre Ajibola and Mrs Irene Ajibola. He is of Yoruba descent and hails from Ekiti State. Ajibola began his acting career in 1995 at the age of 6 in the Opa Williams directed the movie, Tears for Love. He got the role after he had impressed his aunt, Moyinoluwa Odutayo, herself an actress, during a stage play at Church. He went on to feature as a child actor in other feature films including Without Love, Shame, Eye-witness, Onome II, Conspiracy, Street kids and Day of Reckoning. In 2003, he took a hiatus from acting to finish his high school education and pursue a degree in Political Science at the University of Lagos, after which he performed his National Youth Service programme. He also acquired a degree in acting from Amaka Igwe’s Centre for Excellence in Film and Media Studies.
Spiff Award and recognition
In 1996, Ajibola won the award for Best Kid Actor at the Rhema Awards for his role in the movie Eye-Witness, an award he went on to win at the 1997 and 1998 Reel Awards for the movies Onome II and Day of Reckoning respectively. In 2014, he won the award for Best Actor at the In-Short Movie Awards.
In March 2017, Ajibola won the Best Actor in a Comedy Award at the 2017 AMVCA Awards. Ajibola also won the Comic Actor of the Year Award at the 2017 City People Awards in October 2017.
|1996||Tears for Love||Feature Film featuring Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey, Produced and Directed by Opa Williams|
|1996||Without Love||Feature Film featuring Hilda Dokubo|
|1997||Onome II||Feature Film|
|1998||Day of Reckoning||Feature Film|
|1998||Conspiracy||Feature Film; Directed by Ndubuisi Okoh, featuring Onyeka Onwenu|
|1999||Street Kids||Feature Film|
|2009||And Ike Dies Slowly||Feature Film|
|2009||Fried Beans||Feature Film featuring Chiwetalu Agu, Ngozi Nwosu and Chinedu Ikedieze|
|2009||Hiding Place||Feature Film featuring Paul Obazele|
|2009||The Fake Prophet||Feature Film directed by Teco Benson|
|2010||Jealousy||Feature Film; featuring Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Rachel Oniga and Emeka Ike|
|2012||Last Flight to Abuja||Feature Film; Directed by Obi Emelonye, featuring Omotola Jalade Ekeinde|
|2013||Small Moving Parts||Feature Film|
|2015||The Antique||Feature Film featuring Judith Audu, Kiki Omeili, Akpororo|
|2019||The Call||Feature film featuring Woli Arole|
|2014||Don’t Conceive||Short Film, currently on YouTube|
|2014||Sun Eje||Short Film, won the In Short Movie Award for Best Actor|
|2013||Shuga (TV Series)||MTV Base television Series|
|2013||Keeping it Real||TV Series|
|2016||Ella’s Paradise||TV Series|
|2012–present||The Johnsons||Africa Magic TV Series|