Yul Edochie is a Nigerian actor, filmmaker, and politician. He was born on January 7, 1982, in Lagos, Nigeria, to veteran Nollywood actor Pete Edochie. He is the last of six children.
Yul had his primary and secondary education in Lagos before proceeding to the University of Port Harcourt, where he studied Dramatic Arts.
He began his acting career in 2005 when he featured in the movie “The Exquires” alongside legendary Nollywood actors such as Olu Jacobs and Enebeli Elebuwa.
He rose to prominence in 2007 when he starred in the movie “Wind of Glory,” a film that earned him widespread recognition and critical acclaim.
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Since then, Yul Edochie has featured in over 200 Nollywood movies, including “Royal Wedding,” “Poka Messiah,” “The Prince and the Princess,” “My Loving Heart,” “The Billionaires,” and “The Expendables.”
In addition to acting, Yul Edochie has also ventured into filmmaking, producing and directing several movies, including “The Python Dance,” “Palace War,” and “The Return of the King.”
In 2017, Yul ventured into politics and contested for the post of Governor of Anambra State under the platform of the Democratic Peoples Congress (DPC). Although he did not win, his campaign garnered significant attention and support from the youth in Anambra State.
Yul Edochie is married to May Aligwe, and they have four children together.
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