Michael Obiora was born on 8 October, 1986 in North London, England. He is a Nigerian-British Actor and Writer. Obiora was born to Nigerian-Igbo parents. As a six-year-old, Michael was determined to become an entertainer like his idol Michael Jackson and his mother enrolled him in drama lessons. At the age of Nine, he became the youngest actor to have appeared in Grange Hill; he played acting Max Abassi on the programme for five years.
Just before his 18th birthday Obiora landed a role playing the part of Gunner Jackson Clarke, a soldier in ITV’s eight-part series Bombshell, starring opposite Footballers wives star Zöe Lucker. Shortly after filming Bombshell, Obirora started a seven-months run in the play Elmina’s Kitchen, written by Kwame Kwei-Armah, at the Garrick Theatre. He also had a role in the stage play Exclude Me, completing a successful 11-week run on stage at The Chelsea Theatre.
Michael did his wedding (beach wedding) on 20 September, 2014, he is a keen Arsenal fan as love sports much. He wrote a novel; “Black Shoes” and secondly Vivian’s Couch
Below are some of his movies; Grange Hill, Doctors, The Bill, Sea oF Souls, Power and many others.