Ibrahim Chatta’s Biography; His Background, Movies and other information you might not know about him

Ibrahim Chatta is a prolific Nigerian actor, singer, writer, and producer. He was born on October 13th, 1970 in Bachita located in Edu Local Government Area of Kwara State, Nigeria. He has featured in, and produced numerous Yoruba movies and has produced over 100 soundtracks.


14th October, 1970

(Age: 50 Yrs)

Edu, Kwara State, Nigeria

Hails from
Kwara State


Ibrahim Chatta whose full name is Ibrahim Abiodun Chatta is of Tapa descent (Nupe ethnic group), although his mother is from Modakeke, Osun State. He was born on October 14th, 1970 in Bachita located in Edu Local Government Area of Kwara State, a middle belt state of Nigeria. He is an accomplished Nollywood actor, singer, writer, and producer.

In his early years, he had the issue of unruly behavior; he is often involved in fights and trouble-making, a characteristic that adversely affected his education.

Ibrahim Chatta Education

Ibrahim had his primary education in Saint Bridges Catholic primary school, Bachita, Edu LGA of Kwara State, obtaining his First Leaving School Certificate. He attended Government Secondary School, still in Bachita, but had relocated to Aggiea, Niger State (another Tapa environ) due to his repeated unruly behavior, later enrolled in Dende Secondary School, Aggiea, but he had to drop out.

He has since self-educated himself, via online courses and programs.

Acting Career

Ibrahim Chatta loves theatre plays and often attend such shows when a theatre group is in town. He was privileged to see the performance of legendary actors like the late Duro Ladipo, Adebayo Salami (Oga Bello), and Ray Eyiwunmi (baba Ray). These acts inspired him and decided to follow the path of acting.

Ibrahim’s professional career started in 1985 when he joined Joseph Laoye (uncle Joe) a product of baba Ray. This was his launch pad into the accomplished actor we know him to be.

Although a Tada descent, his command and use of Yoruba language are astonishing, his mastery and fluency in Yoruba have paved way for him in his successful career as a Yoruba actor.


Singing Career

Ibrahim not only speaks with authority but also sings with remarkable fluency. He has performed over 100 soundtracks, numerous commercial jingles in the Yoruba language.

He has also performed with Alhaji Abdulkabir Alayande (Ere Asalatu) and has released some noted hip-pop songs like My Money, Area, Friday Night, Boom Boom Boom.


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