Bobby Obodo is an award-winning Nigerian actor based in Canada. A political scientist/activist/writer and businessman. CEO of MIBO Logistics Limited also CEO of Youths for Change and "ALL IN"- a youth/community organization in Toronto, Canada. Since his joining Nollywood about a year ago, he has done over nine movies to date, shot on locations in Africa and the United States. Movies like the much talked about, Mrs. Somebody (shot in Nigeria), Weekend Getaway, Reflections (shot in Sierra Leone), Misplaced, A Mother's Fight, The Volunteers (shot in Liberia), My Life, My Damage, Kamara's Tree (Shot in Sierra Leone), etc. He has acted alongside African movie heavyweights such as Genevieve Nnaji, Ramsey Noah, Lydia Forson, Jackie Appiah, Monalisa Chinda, Ini Edo, Desmond Elliot, Uche Jombo, Van Vicker, Tonto Dike, Charles Okafor, and more. Bobby Obodo aspires to be one of the actors that take Nollywood/African movie to the next level, as well as a political voice in Africa.