Seun is not a novice in the Entertainment industry, he has been acting for almost a decade now, he even tried his hands in Music and released a hit with his then group called 'XKLUSIVE'. While still in school he joined theater groups like Cypress where he performed several stage plays and got his first TV job.
He has production credits from stage, radio, small and big screen and he is also a director, scriptwriter and content creator, his versatility can not be put together in just one word.
You may remember him well from when he had his first TV appearance from Kayode Peter's campus sitcom Twilight Zone that featured the likes of Denrele Edun and Steve Onu (yaw). He has featured on several hit TV shows, Movies and Stage Plays like Tinsel, Dear Mother, My Mom and I, When fishes Drown, For the love of Country, Her Static Fan, Gidi Culture, Death and the King's Horseman, Rubiewe, Oh,How dearly i detest thee, Awakening, Binding Duty, Saint and the Silly, Oluronbi,the Musical, The will to win, Audu's Way, e.t.c. He is currently on the MTN Mobile Money TV advert.
Seun has written numerous stage plays, playlettes, radio dramas, sitcoms and feature films, he is also the co-creator head writer of the popular TV Sitcom 'SQUATTERZ' , he co-wrote the script for the movie 'LOTANNA' with Godson Ukaegbu.
Entertainment is life and anything outside it, is the polar opposite according to Seun Kentebe. This young man has a lot to offer the entertainment industry and he is fast taking his stand and climbing the ladder fast as he is always busy if not on TV, he will be on Stage or busy writing award winning scripts so you need not be told to recognize this is multi-talented and hardworking thespian because his works speaks for themselves...Keep an eye on him and watch him explode...
|Seun as Chief Onikura aka Royal Hawk in 'Home to Roost'|
|On stage performing|
|The official presentation of Bunmi Davies 'Saint and the Silly'|
|Seun as Simon Pilkings in DATKH|
|Childe Internationale performance|
|The set of 'Her Static Fan'|
|Seun in 'For the Love of Country'|