Kenyan Iconic Actor Charles Ouda Dies Aged 38 

  • The Ouda-Muriuki family is in mourning following the sudden death of Charles J. Ouda.
  • According to media reports, Charles, 38, died on the night of February 3, 2024.

Charles, a prominent actor as well as a director and scriptwriter, made substantial contributions to a variety of film productions, including ‘Makutano Junction,’ ‘The First Grader,’ and ‘Count It Out.’

He appeared in a variety of television shows, including ‘The Know Zone Changing Times’ on KTN, ‘Higher Learning,’ ‘Changes,’ ‘Mali’ on NTV, ‘Second Family,’ ‘Crime and Justice’ on Showmax, and ‘Salem’ on Maisha Magic.

Charlie’s extraordinary talents earned him various awards, including Best Director at the 2016 Asian American Film Lab 72 Hour Shoot Out, as well as numerous NYC Indie Film Awards.

Ciru Muriuki, a former BBC Africa presenter, and Charles celebrated their engagement in September 2023. Their charming moments captured the hearts of many.

In a live update video released on Ciru’s Instagram page, the couple joked with their followers and shared recent occurrences. Ciru joked about probable mistakes, such as receiving a speeding ticket, before exposing the announcement’s highlight: an engagement ring on her right hand. Charles, the beloved actor, director, scriptwriter, and event manager, entered the camera with a beaming smile, confirming the happy occasion.

During this difficult time, the family has asked that everyone respect the privacy of the grieving fiancée and the Ouda family. Further information will be provided in due time.

We extend our heartfelt sympathies to family and friends and may Charles J. Ouda’s soul rest in peace.

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