Daniel Ndambuki, popularly known as Churchill, is a Kenyan comedian, actor, radio presenter, and businessman. He is the founder and CEO of Churchill Show, a popular comedy television show in Kenya.
Churchill was born on October 30, 1977, in Kitui town, Kenya. He attended Machakos Township primary school and Mumbuni High School for his secondary education. After high school, Churchill enrolled at Word of Life Bible Institute in Nairobi, where he studied theology. He later transferred to Daystar University, where he graduated with a degree in Mass Communication.
Churchill began his career in comedy in 1996. He started out performing at small clubs and bars in Nairobi. In 2003, he joined the cast of the popular comedy show Red Kona. Red Kona was a huge success, and it helped to launch Churchill’s career as a comedian.
In 2008, Churchill launched his own comedy show, Churchill Live. Churchill Live quickly became one of the most popular shows in Kenya. The show has featured some of the biggest names in Kenyan comedy, including Eric Omondi, MC Jessy, and Zainab Hassan.
In addition to his work in comedy, Churchill is also a successful radio presenter. He co-hosts the morning show on Classic 105 FM with Maina Kageni. Churchill is also a businessman. He owns a number of businesses, including a production company, a talent agency, and a restaurant.
Churchill is a household name in Kenya. He is known for his witty humor and his ability to make people laugh. He is also a philanthropist. He has donated money to a number of charities, including the Kenya Red Cross and the Mathare Foundation.
In 2016, Churchill was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine. He is a role model for many young people in Kenya, and he is an inspiration to anyone who dreams of pursuing a career in comedy.
Churchill is a successful comedian, actor, radio presenter, and businessman. He is a household name in Kenya, and he is an inspiration to many young people. He is a role model for anyone who dreams of pursuing a career in comedy.