Biography of Maqbul Mohammed & Net Worth 2021 Biography of Maqbul Mohammed & Net Worth 2021.


  • 1 Biography of Maqbul Mohammed & Net Worth 2021.
    • 1.1 Early life
    • 1.2 Personal life
    • 1.3 Career
    • 1.4 Filmography
  • 2 Maqbul Mohammed Net Worth

Biography of Maqbul Mohammed & Net Worth 2021.

Maqbul Mohammed (born 7 March 1981) is a Kenyan actor and radio presenter. He is most notable for his role in the television series Makutano Junction.

Biography of Maqbul Mohammed & Net Worth 2021

Early life

Born in Mombasa on 7 March 1981, Maqbul is brother to actress, Shadya Delgush.

Personal life

He is married and the father of three.


Began theater immediately after secondary school at the phoenix theaters in 1999 Horning his skills on stage for the next 4 years featuring in numerous plays which would earn him a tv call-up at the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation.

Maqbul has featured in numerous television series and films. His major breakthrough to the entertainment industry was in 2006 for his role as Karis in the series Makutano Junction. He has subsequently appeared in a number of films such as; Behind Closed Doors, Kwani Readings Weakness and All Girls Together.

He first appeared on TV as a teenager in the KBC TV drama Reflections. In 2011, he was cast as one of the main characters in the award-winning soap opera Lies that Bind. He shared credits with Ruth Maingi, Maureen Koech, Ruth Maingi, Justine Mirichii and Florence Nduta. Due to his great performance in the project, he was nominated in the 2013 Kalasha Awards. In 2015, he had a leading role in the comedy Auntie Boss! alongside Eve D’Souza. Apart from acting, Maqbul is a radio presenter in Capital FM.


2008All Girls TogetherFelixCameo
2007Makutano JunctionKaris Mabuki
2011-2012Lies that BindJustine MarebaNominated—Kalasha Award for Best Supporting Actor in Drama
2015–presentAuntie Boss!DonavanSeason 2–present
2017–presentVarshitaDonavanLead role

Maqbul Mohammed Net Worth

Maqbul Mohammed’s net worth is estimated to be $14 Million.

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