Sal Jobe

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Sal Jobe
Sal Jobe Sports agent.jpeg
Born
Salum Jobe

(1990-11-25) November 25, 1990 (age 29)
Hackney, London
NationalityBritain
Other namesSaloum
CitizenshipBritish
Alma materChingford Foundation School
Occupation
  • Actor
  • professional sports agent
  • television personality
  • entrepreneur
  • model
Years active2011- present
OrganizationNext level collective
Known forRoles in Lilting, AB Negative, Clothes & Blow
Height6 ft 3 in (191 cm)
Parents
  • Baboucarr Jobe (father)
  • Awa Jobe (mother)
RelativesAmbrose Mendy - advisor
Websitenextlevel-collective.com

Salum Jobe (born 25 November 1990, London, UK) better known as Sal Jobe is a British actor, model, entrepreneur, television personality and professional sports agent.[1][2] Jobe has been named as a rising star actor by Essex-TV and played significant roles in movies Lilting, AB Negative, Clothes & Blow, Valla Desam, The London Firm and Dead Destination.[3][4]

At age of 15, Jobe became Walthamstow Forest borough champion and has set the fastest time and record for 200m of 21.40 seconds. He has also worked in Katy B’s music video with Olympic boxing champion Nicola Adams, called Mosca and Kodaline’s All My Friends music video.[5]

Jobe has founded Next Level Consultants, an agency that offers full service management and advisory services to professional athletes.[6] He is considered responsible for bringing Jarrell big baby Miller to the UK to be managed by Wasserman Media Group in 2018.[7]

Early life and education

Sal Jobe was born on 25 November 1990 in London, UK to Baboucarr Jobe and Awa Jobe. He completed his education from Chingford Foundation school. He was inspired by David Beckham, an English footballer known to complete his education and started his football career in the same school. Jobe played football with friends including Dwight Gayle (Newcastle United, FC) and Harry Kane-Tottenham Hotspur.

Career

Sal Jobe began his career playing football for numerous conference clubs, including Luton town FC. In 2012, He diverted his career to acting and played roles in movies, short videos, and various other videos. In 2015, he began pursuing his sports agent career.[8][9]

In 2018, he brought Jarrell big baby Miller to the UK, he was managed by Wasserman Media Group. Because of this Miller then went on to have the opportunity to fight Anthony Joshua for the IBF WBA and  WBO heavyweight titles but failed to do so as he failed to be approved for a license by the New York boxing commission because he failed the drugs test.

Filmography

  • In 2014, he contributed to the movie Lilting as a Cafe customer.
  • In 2014, a role in The London Firm as Boxer
  • In 2016, worked in The Legend of Tarzan as Kuba Native[10]
  • In 2017, played a role in Rapper Shampagne: Losing Ace Remix (Video short) as Cruddy
  • In 2017, worked in Valladesam as Gangster
  • In 2017, played a role in Gatwick Gangsters as Cruddy Hoodie
  • In 2018, worked on the role of Waiter in Clothes & Blow (Short)
  • In 2018, played a role in Informer (TV Series) as Guest (family)
  • In 2018, contributed in Dead Destination as Zombie
  • In 2019, played a role as Man on bus in British Made
  • Jobe is also contributing as Inspector sams to Cult-Movie which is scheduled to release in 2022.

Awards

Walthamstow Forest borough champion fastest time and record for 200m of 21.40 seconds at age 15.

Personal Life

Jobe is a British born of Gambian descent.[11] He is fluent in English and Wolof languages.

In the media

     

References

  1. [email protected] "Sal Jobe, Actor, London". Mandy. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  2. "Sal Jobe: Actor, Extra and Model - London, UK". StarNow. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  3. "Introducing local rising star actor Sal Jobe". Essex-TV. 2018-07-02. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  4. Ldn-Post (2019-02-05). "Rising star London actor Sal Jobe set to wow in upcoming film Only Wolves". London Post. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  5. Mag, Essex (2019-02-10). "OUT AND ABOUT: Jarrell Miller's pal Sal Jobe steps out in Essex". Essex Magazine. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  6. "Actor Sal Jobe teases potential project with Daniel Kaluuya". Manchester TV. 2019-08-21. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  7. "Sal Jobe". Video Detective. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  8. "Who is Sal Jobe? Sports agent and actor". London TV. 2019-02-11. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  9. "EXCLUSIVE: Actor Sal Jobe opens up about turning down a film role in a box office hit!". The Daily Brit. 2019-02-06. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  10. Komparify.com. "Watch Movies starring Sal Jobe online, stream in HD". komparify.com. Retrieved 2020-06-22.
  11. "castingnow jobe sal".

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