Steve Chuks

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Steve Chuks
Born Akaelu Steven Ebuka
Nationality Nigerian
Occupation Actor, Comedian

Akaelu Steven Ebuka, professionally known as Steve Chuks or Steven Chuks, is a Nigerian-born Actor, Comedian. [1]

Early life

Born on 19 of June in lagos state, Steve is from Nnewi local government in anambra state, eastern part of Nigeria. He attended Genesis nursery and primary school, then Unique height secondary school and a graduate of Theatre Arts from the university of Lagos.[2]


He started vlogging in 2013 and in 2014 he started the Steve Chuks show and comedy skits. He also started a career in acting after featuring in his first movie ” to have and hold” produced by Africa Magic and directed by Alex mouth. He also featured in Africa Magic TV series Hush, Industreet, and "the agony". In 2018, Steve began his stage play "I be man" which talks about toxic masculinity. He is also an Editor of the magazine Radronline. his role models are Genevieve Nnaji and Will Smith.[3][4][5][6][7]

Personal life

Steve grew up in Lagos state Nigeria, He lost his father at a tender age, he is the only son amongst two sisters and a single mother.[8]