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Razaaq Adoti Facts:
Razaaq Adoti height: 6 feet & 3 inches
Weight: Not disclosed
Age: 41 years (June 27, 1973)

Razaaq Adoti aka Raz is a talented British actor, screenwriter as well as produces. He was born on 27th June, 1973 according to which he is currently running in his 41. The handsome dark actor stands in an attractive soaring height of 6 feet & 3 inches. He has a toned mannish physique which as the outcome of his daily effort on multiple workouts. His current body weight is not mentioned in any of his official web pages.

Born in Forest Gate, a residential locale of London borough of Newham, England Razaaq Adoti is the son of a Nigerian parents’. Following his high schooling, young Razaaq went to the Central School of Speech and Drama, in London & studied there for about 3 years, earning his acting degree.

With a dream of working at the back of camera, Razaaq Adoti made his entrance into the world of filming but soon realized that his actual calling was to perform ahead of it. The budding actor then portrayed Nathan Detroit in “Guys and Dolls”, by the National Youth & Music Theatre Company. He made his stage debut at the age of 17 & upon graduation was contracted by one of the highly recognized talent agencies in London. At age 24, he landed a supporting role in a feature epic by Steven Spielberg, “Amistad” next to Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hopkins & Matthew McConaughey. Soon after the end of the movie shoot, the blooming actor backed to London & started working on a range of television & movie projects. These include “Gangster No. 1” by Paul Maguigan & Ridley Scott’s “Black Hawk Down”, playing Yousuf Dahir Mo’alim, an antagonist. His first professional role on screen was of a police officer on the accepted British TV program “Press Gang”. Ever since, Razaaq has starred in numbers of productions including Robbie Brenner’s “Haven” (2004), “The Hard Corps” (2006), “Resident Evil: Apocalypse” & “Doom” (2005). He also played Dutch Maas in the 2008 movie “Cover” alongside Aunjanue Ellis, Leon & Vivica A. Fox. That year, the British actor as well co- produced & hosted the innovative Fox Soccer Channel TV program entitled “Extra Time” all set for 2008 summer premiere. In addition, Razaaq’s TV credits count several award winning television drama series such as Sky One’s “Dream Team”, ITV’s “Soldier Soldier”, BBC’s “Holding On” & Channel 4’s “Men Only”.

Moreover to his acting profession, the tall dark star has also appeared as a screenwriter writing a screenplay entitled “Sons of the Soil” via his production company “Area Boyz” to be filmed in Nigeria & England. A hidden gem in the Hollywood, Razaaq Adoti is making his best in the filming since his doorway. As a person, he is not just of generous nature but is too hardworking & enthusiastic towards his profession. If provided with variation in roles either in big or small screen, the endowed actor is always ready accomplishing the task.