|Full Name||Olatunde Olateju Olaolorun Fagbenle|
|Birth Name||O. T. Fagbenle|
|Profession||Actor, Director, Musician, Writer|
|Birth City||London, England|
|Father Name||Tunde Fagbenle|
|Mother Name||Ally Bedford|
|Date of Birth||January 22,1981|
The Actor, O. T. Fagbenle is popular for his role as Luke Bankole in the award-winning Hulu drama The Handmaid’s Tale. In Addition, he is a highly-respected theater actor who has won praise for his performances in productions like Six Degrees of Separation.
O. T. Fagbenle was born on January 22, 1981, in London, England under the birth sign of Aquarius. He holds British nationality and Afro-European ethnic group. She is the daughter of Tunde Fagbenle and Ally Bedford. He has two siblings Luti Fagbenle is a film producer and Temi Fagbenle is WNBA player and Olympian.
O.T Fagbenle is yet to be married and also not dating anyone at present. Till date, he has not revealed his personal life in the public.
As per his Instagram posts, it is clear that he shares a close bond with his family including his siblings, parents and other members of his family. Currently, he is possibly single.
The famous actor Fagbenle’s net worth can be estimated to be over $1 million. He earns a huge sum of money from different television shows and side business. Well, he is living a lavish life with an impressive earning.
O.T. Fagbenle started his career as the lead role in an adaption of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth at international venues. Then, he played in various theater plays including Romeo and Juliet, Six Degrees of Separation, Porgy and Bess, and Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom among others.
In addition, he won the M.E.N Awards for his performance in Six Degrees of Separation. Also, he won a BAFTA Awards in the category of Best International Drama.
In 2006, he made his movie debut from the Brtish-American romantic crime drama, Breaking and Entering. The movie starred Jude Law, Juliette Binoche, Robin Wright, and Vera Farmiga. In 2002, he played his TV debut from EastEnders as Angles created by Julia Smith.
Moreover, he wrote, produced and directed a short film, Moth starring Tamzin Outhwaitewhich won Best Horror/Sci-fi short film in 2015.
Besides, he is also involved in music and he composed the music and the lyrics for several songs for NBC drama Quarterlife.