Actor RMD joins Oscars Voting Academy

Actor RMD joins Oscars Voting Academy

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Actor RMD joins Oscars Voting Academy

Richard Mofe-Damijo, a veteran Nollywood actor

Actor RMD joins Oscars Voting Academy. Richard Mofe-Damijo, a veteran Nollywood actor, has expressed his delight at being invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the parent body of the Oscars.

The Academy announced on Wednesday that 398 “distinguished artists and executives” will join the organization in 2023.

According to the Academy’s website, the decision was made “based on professional qualifications, with an ongoing commitment to representation, inclusion, and equity.”

“The Academy is proud to welcome these artists and professionals into our membership,” said Academy CEO Bill Kramer and President Janet Yang in a joint statement. They represent remarkable global talent in a variety of cinematic disciplines, and they have had a significant impact on the arts and sciences of motion pictures, as well as moviegoers worldwide.”

An delighted RMD expressed his delight at the news. He also referred to the news as his “best birthday present” that arrived early.

“I kept seeing congratulations messages but didn’t know what to make of it.” My team did some research and discovered it on their official website. So there you have it. “Congratulations!” he said on his Instagram account.

“The best birthday present arrives early!” July my birth month comes not only with perfection but plenty gifts! Ps, I don’t know my sponsors for this yet, but when I do, I will say thank you again. My heart is glad!”

Kunle Afolayan, a prolific movie producer and director, was also invited, as was Jade Osiberu, the director of Nollywood smash “Gangs of Lagos,” and AMVCA-winning screenwriter C.J “Fiery” Obasi.

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