The Good Doctor
Here we have Aggo (Chuku) staring threateningly at the back of Daenery’s head. Game of Thrones, Season 6
Chuku Modu is a cute little something you may have caught a glimpse of on the sixth season of Game of Thrones where he played Aggo, one of Daenerys’s blood riders. To be honest, I didn’t really pay much attention to him on there. Part of that is because some of the importance of the blood riders is lost in the book to screen translation, so Aggo’s really just a background character. Mostly though, it’s because they put a big curly wig and a wild looking beard on him. Some men can pull of the filthy, scruffy, Dothraki look (we’ll get to Jason in another post), but baby-faced Chuku does a whole lot better when they clean him up.
Speaking of which, you can currently catch him on ABC’s, The Good Doctor, where he plays Dr. Jared Kalu; a fine young surgeon making his way through his residency. The first half of the first season has already aired, and it’s really good, so go check that out. And if you like your eye candy a little more seasoned, Nicholas Gonzales and Hill Harper are on there, too.
If y’all catch me in the midst of a medical emergency, this is who you call. The Good Doctor, Season 1
Chuku (short for Chukuma) is only 27 years old, but what he lacks in age, he makes up in height. Standing at a strong six foot three inches, his ancestry has been described as Nigerian, German, English, and Irish. Plus, he was born and raised in London, so he has a nice accent.
Some fun facts are that he plays the guitar, and he’s an avid boxing fan. He began training at age 12, so... muscles.
If you’re looking to follow him on social media, you can find him on Twitter and Instagram @chuksta. He’s not super active, but he’s worth the follow.
From Virginia, loves food, petty, and all things Michael B. Jordan.