Born to Mr Michael Adasanren Sholuwa Amanoritsewor from Egokodo and Mrs Alice Bonor Amanoritsewor from Ajaiyemiduokori in Dale village. Mr Gbubemi Amas Amanoritsewor grew up all over Nigeria as his dad was a branch manager at G B Ollivant under the UAC conglomerate.

Amas, a multi-talented artist – a writer, pianist, guitarist, singer, dancer, African drummer, sculptor, public speaker, the multitalented artist Gbubemi Amas marries his skills into his theatre productions as a theatre Director /writer.

Amas sculpture pieces are in collections all over the world and to be found in the private collections of the Prince of Wales, Nelson Mandela and former President Obasanjo, the National Museum Iganmu Lagos and at the Iwalewa- Haus, Bayreuth, Germany, and cooperate companies in Nigeria.

His works are archived in the Smithsonian Washington DC where he was a guest in 2011, same year he was invited to give a talk/performance by the St Lawrence University Canton, Upstate New York, USA.

He returned to Washington DC in 2012 as a director for the World Ebony Network to write/produce two well received plays about ‘Kunta Kinte’ with the youths of the organisation.

Earlier in 2012 interest in Films took him to Los Angeles to explore the scene and was invited to Hollywood to attend a preview the popular TV sitcom UNSUNG. He has in the past three years had writing and cultural escapades to Ghana and Poland. He also have a collection of poems to his name.

From Nigeria where he is an acclaimed musician and theatre practitioner and writer which he got known for in early as his TV appearance days when he was a student at Edo College Benin City.

As a promising actor, he was also invited as actor for the FESTAC FESTIVAL Lagos Nigeria. He continued his artistic explorations at the University of Nigeria, with arts exhibitions, theatre and was singer for the MIXED BLOOD band with late maestros Ondu Ndubuisi and the African American saxophonist Jimmy Cutliff, after which he progressed to release his critically acclaimed hit album ‘Amas Grill’ in the eighties which was followed by the opening of his night club ‘De Rabbit’ in Warri Nigeria.

Mr Amas have been was a trustee to Theatre Cardiff, CAVS in Carmarthenshire and at present trustee of Scout Wales.

Mr Gubemi Amas is happily married and lives in United Kingdom.