Veteran production designer, Pat Nebo, has died

Popular Nigerian Production Designer, Pat Nebo has died.

According to reports, the deceased had been bedridden with an undisclosed ailment for a while.

Nebo was a Nigerian production designer as well as an art director. He worked as the production designer in films including October 1, “76, Being Mrs Elliot and Okafor’s Law.

In 1993, he started his career as a production designer with the home movie ‘Ti Oluwa Ni Ile.’ In the same year, he worked in the two sequels of Ti oluwa ni ile.

In 2009, he made maiden cinema appearance with the film The Figurine where he acted as the ‘Marriage Registrar. However, he continued to work as the production designer in several films such as Araromire, Arugba, Alero’s Symphony and Being Mrs Elliot.

Apart from production designing, he also worked as the art director in the films: The Figurine, Phone Swap, Half of a Yellow Sun.

He is a recipient of several awards including the 2017 Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards for Best Art Director for his work in ’76’.

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