Pascal Atuma, a Canadian-Nigerian actor, film producer, screenwriter, director, and CEO of TABIC Record Label, has made significant contributions to the Nigerian film industry.
Born on February 22, 1972, in Ikwuano Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria, Atuma has established himself as a versatile talent with a diverse portfolio. This blog post provides an overview of his early life, education, career achievements, notable films, net worth, personal life, and social media presence.
Early Life and Education:
Atuma spent his early years in Ikwuano Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria. He completed his secondary education at Government College in Umuahia before pursuing higher studies at the University of Port Harcourt in Rivers State. Later, he attended the KD Conservatory-College of Film & Dramatic Arts in Dallas, Texas. To further enhance his skills and knowledge, Atuma also obtained a Certificate in Entrepreneurship Specialization from the American University of Pennsylvania.
Pascal Atuma’s career spans across various aspects of the entertainment industry. He has directed numerous film projects, showcasing his talent behind the camera. Additionally, he has acted in notable productions such as “Sweet Revenge,” “Bloodlines,” “LAPD African Cops,” “The Other Side of Love,” “My American Nurse,” “Faithfulness,” and “Secret Past,” among others.
Atuma’s exceptional skills were recognized when he won the 2018 Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud, Just For Laughs “Eat my Shorts” Lions Gate Competition.
He has also directed blockbuster films like “My American Nurse 1&2,” “Hurricane in the Rose Garden,” “Only in America,” “Okoto the Messenger,” “Who is the Man,” “Accidental Life,” and “Life in NY,” to name a few.
Furthermore, Atuma has displayed his talent as a theater director, contributing to renowned productions such as the Afro Australian Music & Movie Awards in Sydney, Australia, South Sudanese Got Talent in Melbourne, Australia, and Oturkpo Got Talent in Benue State, Nigeria.
He has also been involved in live performances featuring African music superstars like Awilo Logomba, Davido, 2Baba, and Timomatic. In the digital realm, Atuma hosts popular YouTube conversation shows titled “The House of Commons” and “The Pascal Atuma Show.”
Most recently, Atuma served as the director of the TV series “Professor JohnBullinaugural” for communications giant Global Com. The series comprised 13 episodes and further solidified his reputation as a talented filmmaker.
Atuma’s filmography includes remarkable productions such as “Clash” (2020), which marked the first feature film co-produced by Canada and Nigeria, “Only You & Me” (2019), “Sweet Revenge” (2018), “Busted Life” (2018), “LAPD African Cops” (2016), “Blood Lines” (2014), “Hawa” (2013), “The Mechanic-Who Is the Man” (2012), “Okoto the Messenger” (2011), “Secret Past” (2011), “My American Nurse” series (2010, 2006), “Hurricane in the Rose Garden” (2009), “Through the Glass” (2008), “Only in America” (2005), “Accidental Life” (2004), “In His Kiss” (2004), and “Life in New York” (2004).
With his accomplishments in the film industry, Pascal Atuma has achieved an estimated net worth of $1 million. His success and influence have made him one of the wealthiest Nigerian actors.
Although Atuma prefers to keep his personal life private, it is known that he is married and has children. However, details regarding his wife’s name and other specifics have not been disclosed to the public.
Social Media Presence:
To stay connected with his fans and share updates about his work, Pascal Atuma can be found on Instagram under the handle @pascalatuma.
Pascal Atuma’s journey in the entertainment industry has been marked by his versatility as an actor, filmmaker, director, and producer. With an impressive filmography and diverse range of skills, he has established himself as a prominent figure in Nigerian cinema. As Atuma continues to contribute to the industry, his passion for storytelling and dedication to his craft make him an influential force in the world of film.