The actor in making Eric Manaka might be less heard of in the limelight today, but his super hardworking quality will surely get him where he wants to be one day.
Who is Eric Manaka?
An aspiring actor from London, Eric Manaka had his career breakthrough in his film debut at Tim Kirby's directed comedy movie, Action Point released in 2018. Eric played the role of Rodney in his most notable film based on Matt Robertson's book; The Most Insane Amusement Park Ever, released by Paramount Picture.
Not to let it go, his acting also received positive reviews and responses from the public. And, on his personal path to becoming an actor in the entertainment industry, is there any chance he has someone special supporting him by his side?
Manka's Dating Life
In the meantime, it seems as if the currently-20 years old Manaka isn't interested to be invested in any sort of romantic relationship. Or maybe the acting enthusiast is yet to find the one.
But, considering his current phase, it's comprehensible how the young lad has his priority sorted out for his career only. And, even Erica Manaka falls in love or gets a girlfriend, he will surely let his fans and dear ones know about it.
Earning & Salary Of Eric Manaka
Of course, as a young man in the struggling phase of his career, especially in the acting field where it's not easy for the newbies or someone with no connection inside the industry, Eric is yet to establish himself and accumulate a lot to his wealth.
To date, as of November 2019, the only acting film credited to his name counts Action Point which was made of the budget of $19 million. The movie, however, failed to perform well at the box office and disappointingly earned only $5.1 million.
To focus on the positive side, Manaka was able to work with many big and known names in Hollywood such as his co-stars Johnny Knoxville who is married to Naomi Nelson, Chris Pontius, and Eleanor Worthington-Cox.
Other than that, the theatrical actor formerly worked for the prestigious National Theatre.
Quick Facts Of Eric Manaka
- Born and raised in London.
- Of African descent.
- Raised alongside a younger brother.
- Studied acting at the BRIT school in Croydon.
- Fan of Loyle Carner, Chance The Rapper, and Lianne La Havas.