Everyone remembers the American accented Igbo adage “egbe bel bel, nke sị ibe ya ama mbe, nku akwaa ya….”
Hank Anuku is not a new face in the movie industry. He featured in most Nigerian action movies in the 90s and 2000s.
He is an Igbo man from Ịka, present-day Delta State. Born in Ibadan Oyo State on 27th August 1960.
He attended Loyola College, Ibadan after which he proceeded to the Auchi Polytechnic where he graduated in Mass Communication in 1981.
He lived in America for many years before relocating to Nigeria where he joined Nollywood.
The first movie that brought him to the limelight was The Skeleton. Then, “The Senator”. Everyone needs to watch “The Senator.” The movie that shot him to fame and won several awards. He starred alongside Emeka Okoro, Laz Ekwueme, etc.
He usually acts in criminal roles or villain. Hank Anuku has lived in England and Italy. Currently, he lives in Ghana and acts Ghana movies. He’s both a Nigerian and Ghanaian actor. I have watched several indigenous Language Ghanaian movies and he featured in them.
Hank Anuku was famous in the movie industry in the late 90s and early 2000s. Some of his movies include:
1. The skeleton
2. The Senator 1 and 2
3. Broad Daylight
4. Bitter Honey
5. The Captor
6. Men on Hard Way
7. Fools on the Run
8. Desperate Ambition
9. My Love
10. Wanted Alive
13. Mistaken Identity,
14. King of the Jungle
15. Formidable force, etc.
What are his favorite movies you have watched? List them.