Richard Mofe Damijo

Richard Mofe Damijo – Nigeria

Board Member

Richard Mofe-Damijo, popularly known as RMD, is a distinguished Nigerian actor, writer, producer, and former Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Delta State. Born on July 6, 1961, in Aladja community of Udu Kingdom, near Warri, Delta State, he has become one of the most respected figures in the Nigerian entertainment industry. RMD’s acting career spans decades, featuring roles in both television series and movies. He gained widespread recognition for his role in the late 80s television soap opera “Ripples,” and since then, has starred in numerous Nollywood films.

RMD’s contributions to the Nigerian film industry have earned him several awards and nominations, including the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role. His versatility as an actor is evident in his ability to embody a wide range of characters, making him a favorite among audiences and critics alike.

Beyond his acting career, RMD has also made significant contributions to society as a politician. His tenure as Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Delta State was marked by efforts to boost the state’s cultural heritage and tourism potential.

RMD is not just a celebrated actor and public figure; he is also a role model and mentor to many young actors in the industry. His style, charisma, and dedication to his craft continue to inspire many in and outside the entertainment sector.