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Those who’ve viewed the epic TV Show “OZ” cannot forget the terrible, wicked and infamous character “Simon Adebisi” and likewise in “Lost” one cannot forget the character “Mr. Eko”. When he was a baby, around only a month old, he was given to some white working class family in Tilbury. Since he couldn’t talk their ethnic language Yoruba and English had not been permitted within their home he felt disconnected. After several months, he returned to Tilbury. Akinnuoye Agbaje had a troubled life as a teen. He was unable to instantly adapt to the English lifestyle after he returned from Nigeria. At the tender age of fifteen he’d turned into a violent robber. Seeing this, his foster parents accepted him to a Boarding school in Surrey. But things got worse since he attempted to commit suicide. Nevertheless, that event changed him and he accepted his background. He began a brand new life which turned the tide in his favor. When he was studying in the university, he was used in a clothes shop. This store opened the doors of modeling for him. Eventually he got himself a character in Hollywood and his performing career kicked off with the film ‘Congo’ in the year 1995. He’s best remembered for his part as a black and wicked criminal Simon Adebisi in the TV Show OZ and Mr. Ekoon the superhit TV show Lost. Akinnuoye Agbaje is known for his films too. Be it his first part in “Congo” or the popular part of Nykwana Wombosi in the thriller film “Bourne Identity”. He could be also part of films like “The Mummy Returns” playing the part of Locknah. He was also seen in the Season 5 of the hit TV Show “Game of Thrones” in the part of Malko. The most recent film, of which he’s a part, is Suicide Squad, which will be releasing in 2016. He’s referred to as Triple A to his supporters. He’s active in the writing and direction of a film called Farming which is his own life story. It’s about showcasing the circumstances of Nigerian children who are given to British families as foster children. It describes the adversities a Nigerian had to face in Britain in the wake of the Second World War. He understands several languages such as Swahili, Yoruba, and Italian apart from English. His parents’ departure made him voluntarily stop the TV show “Lost” and returns to London. Based on the known sources he was never married and therefore there is not any question of wife, nor a girlfriend or never fathered any children. Akinnuoye Agbaje is having an estimated net worth of $3 Million.