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HOT: Best Lead Actor in a Film Kalasha Winner- Felix Warutere

05 Nov 2015

Felix Warutere Profile

Star Profile: Felix Warutere

Twitter: @skeletronixx

Felix Warutere is an actor, scriptwriter, comedian and spoken word artiste whose goal is to positively motivate and impact the young generation in society.

He started acting in primary school, providing the entertainment during school events. He joined Drama Club in high school, performing the winning narrative Our School Bus at the 2010 National Drama Festivals. Warutere later performed it to then President Mwai Kibaki at State House.

After his 'O' Levels in 2011, he joined traveling theatre company Artskills Theatre performing different secondary school setbook characters all around the country. The stage performances taught him a lot about himself and he uncovered his comedic bone.

In 2013, he was cast a prankster on Citizen TV’s prank show Naswa and was part of the comedy crew featured on KTN’s religious show Tukuza every Sunday. The same year, he filmed Acts 319, his first spoken word video which enjoyed relative airplay. Warutere performed his piece Journey at the 2014 Riverwood Academy Awards.

Warutere has appeared in QTV’s Hekaya za Likobe, Africa Magic Swahili’s Kijakazi and upcoming comedy series Mtaani all as himself. He was part of the conceptualization team for the film Tamed which bagged several Kalashas and Riverwoods.

In film, he was a supporting cast member in Cajetan Boy’s Strata in 2013. Last year he landed his first major role in Switch which bagged him the Best Lead Actor in a film award at the newly revamped Kalasha International Film and TV Awards on Friday October 30th 2015.

Off stage and screen, Warutere is a Civil Engineer.

Spotted In: Naswa, Tukuza, Hekaya za Likobe and Mtaani.

Images: Facebook


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