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Photos as actor marks birthday with family

The thespian took to Instagram today sharing photos from his little bash thrown for him by his friends and family members.

Photos as Yinka Quadri marks birthday with family

"Thank you for the wonderful cakes. Happy birthday to me," he captioned a picture.

Yinka's acting career started in 1976 when he and Taiwo Olayinka along with a group of friends formed a drama group called Afopina Theatre Group after dropping out of school.

He has since starred in over 90 Yoruba films since his debut television series titled "Agbodorogun". On April 27, 2014, Yinka launched his biography Yinka Quadri: Scent of a Legend and simultaneously celebrated his 36years in the Nigerian film industry.

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