Who is Sammi Rotibi?
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Sammi Rotibi Biography
Sammi Rotibi is an American film and television actor. He was born in Lagos, Nigeria. He is famously known for his notable role in the movie Django Unchained. He played Rodney in the movie Django Unchained. He also played General Amajagh in the movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Sammi Rotibi begun his acting career when he was still a teenager. He became an actor at the age of 18. This was when he was working as a part-time bank teller in a commercial bank in Miami. A client who owned a talent-agency suggested it as a profession to him.
His acting idols are Sidney Poiter and Peter o’Toole. Among his favourite films include; There will be blood, The Godfather, Training day and the German film The Lives of Others. His dream role would be to play Kofi Annan. He is a great fan of soccer and describes it as his therapy.
He moved to Miami because that was where his father lived and worked. He has is still yet to appear in a number of many more other movies and Television series.
Sammi Rotibi Age
Sammi Rotibi was born in Lagos, Nigeria in the year 1979 on 5th August. He is probably 39 or 40 years old as of 2019.
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Sammi Rotibi Net Worth
For someone who started their career at a very tender age, acting looks promising. Sammi Rotibi has made a great fortune from his acting career. He has appeared in a number of films and Television shows and this has greatly boosted his earnings. He has a net worth of approximately $1 million.
Sammi Rotibi Dating
The African-American has made a great breakthrough in the United States of America. It however seems that he has not been so lucky when it comes to dating. Perhaps he is currently directing all his effort in acting and not interested in dating. According to sources, he is probably single.
Not so much about Sammi Rotibi’s personal life is known. He has succeeded in keeping his personal life a great secret. He joins the list of other celebrities who perhaps prefers keeping personal details off the limelight. We also have no information about his past relationship encounters.
Sammi Rotibi Movies
2015 TO DATE
- 2018: The Darkest Minds
- 2018: El Africano
- 2018: The Obituary of Tunde Johnson
- 2017: MacGyver (TV series, Episode 1×12)
- 2017: The Blacklist (TV series, Episode 4×10)
- 2017: Once Upon a Time in Venice
- 2016: Blue: The American Dream
- 2016: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
- since 2016: Mars (Miniseries, 5 Episodes)
- 2015: NCIS: New Orleans (TV series, Episode 1×23)
- 2015: Scorpion (TV series, Episode 2×09)
2000 TO 2014
- 2014: Matador (TV series, 8 episodes)
- 2012: The Secret Circle (TV series, 6 Episodes)
- 2012: Django Unchained – (director Quentin Tarantino)
- 2011: Okoto the Messenger
- 2011: 40-Life
- 2009: Blue
- 2008: CSI: NY (TV series, Episode 4×20)
- 2006: Yellow
- 2005: Lord of War
- 2003: Tears of the Sun – (director Antoine Fuqua)
- 2003: JAG (TV series) (JAG, TV series, Episode 9×04)
- 2001: The District (TV series, Episode 1×16)
- 2001: Son of the Beach (TV series, Episode 2×12)
1997 TO 1999
- 1997–2003: NYPD Blue (TV series, 2 Episodes)
- 1998: Always Outnumbered (TV movie)
- 1998: Extramarital
Sammi Rotibi Interview
Q: “Mars” is just the most brilliant series on television right now. The storytelling is fabulous and believable. What can you share about your experiences filming the show?
Sammi Rotibi: I had an amazing experience shooting the second season of “Mars” because it was bigger, better, and more scripted. The production was incredible. They brought in Dee Johnson (ER, Nashville) as our showrunner and added two more awesome directors, Stephen Cragg and Ashley Way (Homeland), to join our already incredible director from the first season, Everardo Gout. And they added new cast members to our ensemble who just enhanced the story and journey. I can’t wait for the audience to go on this wild ride with us this season.
Q: Do you and your character share any similarities?
Sammi Rotibi: I think Robert Foucault and I have a lot in common because he’s a visionary. A builder. An engineer. Always asking, how can I make humanity better, be a part of change? He’s forward thinking. Building a better future for all.
Q: I saw a quote of yours on Twitter: “I never gave up, I always believed, I’ve always had faith that I would be successful one day.” What inspired you to become an actor?
Sammi Rotibi: Being on stage for the first time, performing in front of a large audience was one of the scariest experiences of my life. But also amazingly euphoric. Escaping into characters. EXCITING!!!
Q: What other projects do you have in the works that you’re allowed to chat about?
Sammi Rotibi: I had a film come out in the summer for Fox, “The Darkest Minds”. And I just finished shooting a really cool indie called “The Obituary Of Tunde Johnson.”
Q: Elon Musk said, “Getting to Mars would be the greatest adventure ever in human history.” If you had the chance to go to Mars, would you risk it?
Sammi Rotibi: If there’s a return ticket! To be honest…I don’t know. Maybe.