Sometimes, Nollywood actors and actresses are usually faced with some difficult roles which they might not be comfortable with.
This is the case of a Nollywood actress, Queeneth Agbor, who during an interview with PUNCH, spoke on one of her awkward moments in the Nigerian movie industry, as she revealed how she felt after she was asked to kiss her friend's husband.
Queeneth Agbor (born in Calabar) is a Nigerian actress and media personality.
She was born and raised in Calabar where she graduated in microbiology from the state's University.
She is well known for her roles in Nollywood movies like Painful Kingdom where she acted alongside Olu Jacobs.
Speaking on one of her most embarrassing moment on the movie set, she said that her most embarrassing moment was when she had to act in a romantic role alongside the husband of her friend.
According to her, she said;
“My most embarrassing moment on a movie set was when I had to passionately kiss my friend's husband, who happened to be my lover in the movie. After acting the scene, I felt awkward and somehow embarrassed.
It was extremely awkward but I had to do it for the love of acting.”
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