Nigerian actress and director, Genevieve Nnaji has recently stunned the internet with amazing pictures of her, which are coming one day after she marked her 42nd birthday anniversary.
About two hours ago, she uploaded these stunning pictures to appreciate her well-wishers.
The record-setting actress was born on 3 May 1979, in Mbaise, Imo state. She started acting at a young age, as early as 8 when she made her first film appearance in the then-prestigious soap opera titled Ripples. Now, Genevieve holds the record as the first Nigerian director to have a Netflix original movie via 2018 film 'Lionheart'.
While Genevieve isn't married, however, she is a mother of one. Her daughter, Chimebuka Nnaji, is now married.
Aside from Chimebuka's marriage and her family background, little is known about her life as it was made very private by her mother.
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