GROWING WITH THE PASSION – MEET TONY NJOROGE, AN ACTOR SINCE HIS WISDOM TEETH ERA

GROWING WITH THE PASSION – MEET TONY NJOROGE, AN ACTOR SINCE HIS WISDOM TEETH ERA

December 15, 2018 0 By Ian Elroy Ogonji

Tony Njoroge, 25 years old, is an actor who has climbed his ladder from the floor. It was registered in his wits at a very young age that he would one day become an actor. It’s a passion that has found room in his heart. He shares with us how his journey has been.

TYM: Tell us how you started this journey

Tony: I started acting at a tender age. It all started when my big brother and his friends couldn’t let me play with them cause I was a minor, So I would borrow 20 shillings from him and go watch movies at the cinema hall. I would spend the whole day there to a point of getting into trouble with mum.
One time in standard 3 my CRE teacher requested volunteers to go forward and act out a parable we had just studied in class. I was the first to step up and the rest as they say Is history.

TYM: What inspired you?

Tony: I was inspired by my mum who raised me and my big brother on her own. I wanted to start earning soon so I can relieve her off some duties.

TYM: What was your dream career when you were young?

Tony: up dream career then was to be a teacher, a police officer, a lawyer, and so many other career choices. Then I realised as an actor I could be all this things. So I never looked back.ūüôā

TYM: How many films have you gotten featured in?

Tony: So far I have done close to 20 films including cameos in Varshita and shit happens web series

TYM: Have you won any awards?

Tony: I was awarded the best supporting actor in highschool at provincial level back in 2011.

In 2017 I was nominated for best supporting actor at the riverwoods academy awards held at The Kenya Cultural Centre. But I lost the award to another amazing actor so yeah, am bitter about that, But I will be returning to claim what Is mine. Watch this space.

TYM: Which animal defines you?

Tony: The animal that defines me will have to be an Eagle. Always watching always calculating. I also heard an interesting bit, that eagles outlive their intended life span. That is me right there.

TYM: Whats your current project?

Tony: Currently I have done a film that Will show at Mt Kenya tv on 16th and 17th december 2018. I will be playing Jack Muiru, the son of a troubled couple who returns from abroad and transforms their lives. Its a very witty film full of life lessons.

TYM: Will you ever quit acting?

Tony: Will I ever quit acting? Simple. Will I ever live without breathing?

TYM: Partying short

Tony: Someone told me this, “There is nothing more common than unsuccessful men with talent. “

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