Rukky Sanda Biography, Career, Award & Networth


Full Name: Rukayat Akinsanya
Stage Name: Rukky Sanda
Date of Birth: August 23, 1984
Age: 35
Nationality: Nigerian
Education: Lagos State University
Profession: Actress, Film Producer, Director
Net Equity: $500,000

BIOGRAPHY

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She was born Rukayat Akinsanya, 23 years old August 1984 in the state of Lagos. She started up her acting profession in 2004 while still a student at Lagos State University and continued after graduation in 2007.

She is a cousin of Nigerian film actor and producer Bolanle Ninalowo Rukayat Akinsanya (Rukky Sanda) is well known in the Nollywood industry. She is a talented actress, director, producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. The 36-year-old film producer is Muslim. She was born in Ikorodu, Lagos State, Nigeria.

Rukky comes from a polygamous family, his father has many wives. The creative actress completed her primary and secondary education in Lagos. She then continued her studies at Lagos State University (LASU), where she studied finance and banking. Rukky entered the Nollywood industry while studying at LASU. By the time she graduated from university, she was entrenched in the industry and working full time.

CAREER

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Rukky Sanda was a successful businesswoman before starting her acting career. She bought and sold fashion clothes and accessories. He currently has his own production company and studio, which he named “Rukky Sanda Productions” and “Rukky Sanda Studios”, both in Lagos. Filmmakers can rent modern equipment. His studio is also used for post-production editing.

The beautiful actress and film producer has written and produced several Nollywood films. One of his film productions in 2008 was Lethal Woman. In 2009, Rukky Sanda also produced Obscure Motifs. And in 2012, the talented producer made Miami Heat and Lovelorn. The film Keeping My Man was also produced by Rukky in 2013.

MOVIES ACTED: Lethal Woman, • Keeping My Man, • Obscure Motives, • White Chapel, • Lovelorn, • The Seekers, • Miami Heat, • Keeping My Man, • Legal The War, • Gold Diggin, • Campus Love, • The Relationship, • What’s Inside