The film business is such an excellent and dynamic one to such an extent that people from various ethnicity can meet up to affect the lives of their crowd with a story.
Nigeria, we have a few on-screen characters who are not from a tribe flourishing in the part. They have been working in that area for some time and even won honors for their innovative works.
Here is the list
1. Toyin Abraham
The mother of one has starred in several Yoruba films and was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Yoruba film titled 'Ebimi ni' during 2013 Best of Nollywood Awards.
2. Kevin Ikeduba
The actor is from Delta state who carved a niche for himself in the Yoruba film making industry when he debuted in 2000.
In 2014, he won the award for best cross over actor.
3. Faithia Williams
The mother of two is one of the veterans in the Yoruba film industry. The Delta-conceived on-screen character has positively influenced the area that she would be recorded as one of the top entertainers there.
4. Mercy Aigbe
She hails from Benin city in Edo state yet she is notable for her jobs in Yoruba films.
The entertainer hails from Cross river state. His first Yoruba film was Tokotaya and he has not prevented taking jobs from that segment.
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