And again, I have met another Samuel. Hmm, Lord is this a sign?  Before they will start rushing me o.
Okay, so recently I had the opportunity of working with this young man on a script conference and he was not such a bad company. Then getting to chat more with him, I felt you should share in the experience I had so, enjoy this.
Meanwhile, I am still waiting for a woman to break the lineup of manly interviews. If you are a female in the entertainment industry, hit me up. I want to hear and share your story too.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: How would you like to be introduced?
Samuel: Samuel Adeyemi, Revolutionary Speaker, Film maker, Actor and Bible Teacher. I am contesting as a councilor in Dutse Ward 7 under ANRP.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: Great. Did you study theatre arts?
Samuel: No, I studied human anatomy. Though while I was growing up, I wished to act in movies but my background was this "book worm" family. I fell into science class because I was academically brilliant. I wanted to become plus (even my dad) wanted me to become a medical doctor but was offered admission to study human anatomy.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: How long have you been practicing?
Samuel: I began theatre practice on campus in my 100 level, that’s 2009. Abi is it not long? Lol. (Though I’m not in full time for now). From then, I have attended various filmmaking schools and seminars and have read lots of theatre books so when I converse with one who studied theatre art, you can hardly know that I never studied theatre arts.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: Do you do stage or screen productions?
Samuel: Samuel: I do both stage and screen productions.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: What's the difference and their challenges?
The difference is in the acting. Film restricts me but stage gives me freedom to bring out the best. I love stage acting when it's a great concept with set designs, proper stage management, lights etc.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: If you could go back in time, is there anything you would do differently? (Do you regret being a thespian and would you change it if you could?)
Samuel: ???
Sandra T. Adeyeye: Okay. Now for the quick questions. Only short replies are required. What's your favorite play text?
Samuel: ???
Sandra T. Adeyeye: Who's your favorite playwright?
Samuel: ???
Sandra T. Adeyeye: Who's your favorite actor, director, dop/lightsman, costumier and set designer?
Samuel: Favorite actor is Oreofe Williams popularly known as Awo Jesu in the southwest Nigeria, DoP is Ben Ope Johnson who shot THE JOHNSONS. Comedian, well I love BOVI because of his looks (eyes). He looks funny. Favorite movie is 10 days in Sun City (maybe, it's because I just watched it few days
Sandra T. Adeyeye: Are you a member of any body governing performance in Nigeria?
Samuel: Member of body governing? Okay, I just joined NANTAP not too long. I am called into DRAMA MINISTRY, faith based and meaningful film productions with few short films to my credit. We are working on a feature film soonest.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: How will you like to be remembered?
Samuel: I would like to be remembered with these: The great actor and revolutionary Speaker who made impact in the lives of people; especially the youths and teenagers through film making and public speaking. 
Sandra T. Adeyeye: And your last words to NiWco readers.
Samuel: You guys are doing a good job. Kindly search for more raw talents who are seeking for means to impact through writing and acting.
Sandra T. Adeyeye: Thank you for your time.
Remember to follow Samuel on all social media platforms.

SANDRA T. ADEYEYE, Author  and Founder of NiWco_street
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1 comment:

  1. I just love you, sees myself a lot in you. Looking forward to explore in versatile areas I have always wanted to.. #Kisses


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