Solomon Bogale was born and raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He dropped out of university as a first-year mechanical engineering student to pursue a career in the entertainment industry. When he was in high school, he had a strong desire to be an actor and began to pursue it. Due to his talent, he has worked in a variety of theaters, films, and serial dramas, and he is the first choice for their job. He appeared in 51 films, 16 stage productions, eight television serial plays, and seven radio dramas as a lead actor. He is one of the highest-paid performers, earning over 250,000 Birr for a single film. Ethiopian cinema opened in 1898, three years after the world’s first film was shown on December 25, 1895. However, as a result of continuous sociopolitical unrest, the growth rate has slowed dramatically. The Ethiopian film industry, which has been associated with cultural, religious, and national backgrounds for decades due to political pressure, has advanced historical and documentary films.
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