Noah Agwu

Noah Agwu – Actor and Businessman

Early Life and Education

Noah hails from Soweto and attended Maryvale College. After beginning his radio presenting career and hosting his own talk show on radio station KFM-Fm 66 in South Africa – as well as appearing on English comedy panel shows – as a radio presenter and roastmaster for comedian Steve Hofmeyr of Comedy Central Roast (including appearing on Channel 4’s 8 Out Of 10 Cats series and other comedy specials ).

Noah began making appearances on American late-night talk shows, becoming Senior International Correspondent for The Daily Show. Additionally, in 2016 he released an autobiographical comedy book called Born a Crime which received positive reviews from critics.

Noah has lived in Wilmington, Delaware for approximately 8 years. During this time he has used various aliases such as:

Achievement and Honors

Noah has participated in various projects and been honored with several awards and accolades for his efforts. These include winning twice at the Nigerian Achievers Awards (NACAs) for “Best Entrepreneur”, served on the 19th African Film Awards judging panel as an expert judge and won Reel Laif prestigious “African Movie Academy Awards”. Furthermore he was invited as a keynote speaker to numerous shows and events before receiving honorary citizenship of Riverdale city in 2008. Known for being an amazing orator with unparalleled industry respect he is much adored within industry circles!

Personal Life

Noah is a dedicated Christian and animal advocate. He enjoys reading, hiking and sports – particularly basketball and cricket – with basketball being his specialty. Noah has appeared on multiple American late-night talk shows as well as English panel shows like Channel 4’s 8 Out of 10 Cats; moreover he served as roastmaster during a Comedy Central roast of South African Afrikaans singer Steve Hofmeyr from Comedy Central Roasts; guested on Sean Lock’s BBC Two comedy panel show Countdown as well.

Noah lives in Maryland, United States and is of Nigerian heritage. He is single and does not have any children of his own. Since 2006 he has been vegetarian, opposing animal testing. Additionally he is active with the National Society of Black Engineers’ student organization NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers).

Net Worth

Ramsey Nouah, as both an actor and businessman, has amassed considerable wealth through acting roles, movie production deals, endorsement deals, directing work and endorsement agreements. According to some estimates he currently boasts an estimated net worth of 4.5 Million.

He has featured in several Nigerian blockbuster movies, such as Living in Bondage: Breaking Free (2020). This hit earned him a nomination for Best Director at the African Film Awards.

Since 2017, he has also been representing Western Lotto alongside celebrities like Olamide and TuFace as their face, leading him to more endorsement deals from Western Lotto; it remains unknown how much Western Lotto pays him; his other source of earnings comes from performing skits on TikTok where he is one of its top stars.

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