|Born Name||Charles Babalola|
|Height||6 feets 3 inches|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
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If you have watched the 2016 adventure film, The Legend of Tarzan. Then, surely you must know Kulonga, a role portrayed by Charles Babalola.
Babalola appeared in 16 films and television series. Furthermore, the handsome hunk is currently the talk of the town after his appearance in Gretel and Hansel.
Bancroft Actor Holds The Net Worth of $1 million
After appearing in 16 films and TV series, Charles Babalola has amassed an estimated net worth of $1 million.
As per the Average salary of actors, Babalola takes home $50,000 from each movie. Apart from this, he collects $15000–$25000 per episode. Previously, The Legend of Tarzan grossed over $356 million against the budget of $180 million from which he must have retained a satisfying income.
Charles’ Upcoming Movies
Gretel and Hansal: A Grim Fairy Tale is an American dark fantasy horror film directed by Oz Perkins and produced by Fred Berger, Brian Kavanaugh-Jones, and Dan Kagan. In the movie, Charles will appear alongside Sophia Lillis, Sam Leakey, Jessica De Gouw, and Alice Krige.
The 29 years old is going to portray the role, The Hunter. In the thriller, he is a young man who assists Gretel and Hansel to return back home.
Charles’ sad Death in Bancroft
The British television thriller series Bancroft began broadcasting on ITV on December 11, 2017. In this series, he appeared as Detective Sergeant Andy Bevan. The show has been running for three long years. All of a sudden, the character Andy Bevan has to die in the series.
Bancroft actor stated
I’m all for it because it keeps the audience on the edge of their toes.
Detective Sergent explained why he felt appropriate for his character to die in the second season. As a fact, he suffered a tragic fate during the second episode, when the corrupt police officer Elizabeth Bancroft (Sarah Parish) ordered Daanish Kamara (Ryan Mcken) to shoot him after he blackmailed her into landing a promotion.
While the British actor also noted that
It would have been nice to develop the character further
Babalola admitted that sometimes our favorites have to go when we’re least expecting it.
Charles heartfelt Condolence for Black Mamba
Kobe Bryant (Black Mamba) left us on 26 January 2020. It was a black day in the sport’s history and also many consider it as an untimely death.
Babalola also conveyed heartfelt condolence on his Instagram saying,
The saddest day in sports history! This has f****d me up! Tomorrow is never promised RIP KOBE
Charles Babalola was born and raised in London, England, in the year 1990. Meanwhile, he was educated at St Bonaventure’s School. After that, he attended Havering College to study drama. Subsequently, then, Babalola studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and graduated in 2014.
- The Black Mirror actor stands against racism.
- In 2018, The Hunter was named one of InStyle & EE’s rising stars.
- Babalola completed a five-month run at Royal National Theater production of Network in London.
- The six feet three inches tall actor currently resides in London.
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