Michael Sani Amanesi, known by his stage name MC Lively, is a prominent Nigerian comedian and actor hailing from Agenebode, Edo State, Nigeria. Born on August 14, 1992, he has carved a niche for himself in the entertainment industry through his unique style of comedy and versatile acting skills.
MC Lively's journey began in Osun State, where he spent his formative years. He received his foundational education at Ideal Nursery and Primary School before proceeding to Moremi High School for his secondary education. Following his passion for law, he pursued higher studies at Obafemi Awolowo University, where he eventually earned his law degree and was called to the Nigerian Bar in 2016. Despite this achievement, he made the bold decision to pursue comedy, following his true passion.
In 2015, MC Lively took his first steps into the world of comedy, quickly gaining recognition for his hilarious skits, notably "Agidi," where he humorously addresses current events and societal issues in Nigeria. His unique blend of wit, humor, and social commentary resonated with audiences, propelling him into the spotlight.
Throughout his career, MC Lively has collaborated with renowned comedians such as Akpororo and Igosave, further solidifying his position in the comedy scene. His talent transcends comedy, as evidenced by his notable roles in films like "Seven and Half Date" (2018), "Fate of Alakada" (2020), and "Survivors" (2022), where he showcased his acting prowess.