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Mofe Duncan Net Worth And Biography



Mofe Duncan Net Worth And Biography

Mofe Duncan is one of the best Nollywood actors who made name for himself within a short period time in Nigeria.

In this post, I will share with you Mofe Duncan Net Worth And Biography

Mofe Duncan Net Worth And Biography

Mofe Duncan Biography

Josbert Thomas Kwamini Eyimofe better known as Mofe Duncan is an Award winning a actor, photographer, director, model and also a TV Presenter.

He was born into the family of processor J.TK and Molly Thomas on the 28th of May 1983 in Delta State.

The actor completed his primary and secondary school in the state before going to Lagos University where he attained a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences.

His acting career started right from his childhood age, at the age of 5 he began modelling for Maggi and Nestle company.

Mofe Duncan finally made his way into the Nollywood film industry after different trainings and auditions.

His first debut was in a movie titled “Dark Secret” this movie brought him to limelight and was recognize for his talents in the movie.



Some of his movies are: Dark Secret, Just one blood, finding love, body of evidence, lies men tell, My angel, Swim and many more.

Mofe Duncan is such an amazing actor with great acting potentials, he is known to interpret every roles given to him.

In August 2015, Mofe Duncan got married to his beautiful wife Jessica Jessica, Kakkad but sadly the marriage didn’t last long enough.

Mofe Duncan Net Worth

Mofe Duncan is one of the richest and most influential Nollywood Actors in Nigeria. The net worth of Mofe Duncan was estimated to be $700, 000 as of 2021.

Mofe Duncan Profile

Name: Josbert Thomas Kwamini Eyimofe

Nickname: Mofe Duncan

Age: 38 years old.

Place of birth: Delta State

Profession: Actor/Director/Model/TV Presenter

Tribe: Yoruba

Net Worth: $700, 000

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