Steve Chuks Biography
He was born on June 19, 1998, in Anambra State, Nigeria. He is the only male child in a family of two females. Steve Chuks began creating comedy skits in 2013, and he has worked with African Magic and ROK Nigeria.
|Real Name:||Akaelu Steven Ebuka|
|Date of Birth||June 19, 1998|
|Place of Birth:||Anambra State|
|Net Worth||$200, 000|
Early Life, Childhood and Education
Steve Chuks was born Akaelu Steven Ebuka. Steve Chucks is a talented comedian and actor who was born on June 19, 1998 and will be 24 years old in two days to come. He is from Anambra State, which is located in southeastern Nigeria and is dominated by the Igbos.
He was born in Lagos, where he attended primary and secondary school. He received his basic education certificates from Genesis Nursery and Primary School and Unique Height Secondary School. Chuks’ father died when he was ten years old, and his mother has raised him and his siblings since then.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Arts from the University of Lagos. His early influences included Genevieve Nnaji, RMD (Richard Mofe Damijo), and Eucharia Anunobi, which inspired him to play the feminine character Cleopatra in his comedy videos.
Steve Chuks, also known as Cleopatra, is an actor, comedian, one-time digital marketer, and host. He is well-known for the hilarious comedies he performs on his Instagram account, which has over 200,000 followers.
He used to be a digital marketer, but he resigned because of his unfavorable working conditions – sitting in an office. Steve played a supporting role in the 2013 film “To Have and Hold,” produced by Africa Magic and directed by Alex Mouth.
Hush (2016), Industreet (2017), and The Agony are among the other films he has featured. He will appear in the “DRLove Series” by ROK Nigeria in 2020.
Steve began with a YouTube channel and a blog, in 2013. His vlog gained him a lot of attention, which inspired him to start his own show, The Steve Chuks Show.
In 2014, Steve Chuks hosted a vlog in which he shared his thoughts on various personal issues and life advice. He moved to Instagram in 2016, where he began doing comedy skits, making it easier for him to grow. Chuks directed “I Be Man,” a stage play about toxic manliness, in 2018.
Steve Chuks has also appeared in other stage plays such as “Human Cargo” and “Wizards of Law.” Steve Chuks’ comedy videos revolve around a hilarious female character named Cleopatra and how she deals with various life situations.
Steve gets his costumes from his sisters and his mother, who is also his costume manager. He revealed in an interview with The Punch Newspaper that his family is supportive of his character, even though he acts like a woman.
The character of “Madam Gold” was inspired by Steve Chuks’ grandmother, who taught him some Igbo traits while he was forced to live with her for a year after his father died.
Steve portrays Cleopatra and “Madam Gold” flawlessly, leaving his fans wondering if he was gay. In most of his videos, he speaks Igbo and Yoruba and wears costumes from both cultures. Steve also contributes to the fashion magazine Radronline, Radrafrica.
Steve Chucks currently is single and not yet married. Also, info about his relationship has been made secret by the entertainer.
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