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Meet 5 Veteran Nollywood Actors Who Are Above 70 Years Of Age(Photos)

It is fortunate to know that 5 Nollywood actors are blessed and lucky to witness old age. In this article, I will be highlighting 5 veteran Nollywood actors who are above 70 years of age.

1. Pete Edochie

Pete Edochie is a legendary Nollywood actor. He has been in the entertainment scene for more than two decades. Born on 7 March 1947. The well-respected actor is currently 74 years of age. He is abundantly blessed with children and grandchildren. Haven won numerous awards the actor is seen as one of the strong pillars in the Nollywood industry.

2. Kareem Adepoju

Kareem Adepoju is a Nollywood actor, writer and producer. Haven spent decades in the entertainment world he became prominent after he featured as "Oloye Otun" in a mind-blowing movie titled "Ti Oluwa Ni Ile 1" in 1999. Sources revealed that his age revolves around 75 years.

3. Olalere Osunpaimo

Popularly known as Lere Paimo he was born on 19 September 1939. The date of his birth suggests that the legendary actor's age is above 70. He is an artist and an actor. His prompt contribution to the Yoruba section of the Nollywood industry is awesome and he will forever be appreciated.

4. Fabian Adibe

Fabian Adibe is a popular, respected and responsible actor. Born in December 1940. The Imo State-born actor is currently 79 years of age and will clock 80 years in December 2021. He is one of the actors in the Nollywood industry who have received numerous awards and recognitions.

He rose to prominence in 1993 after his display in a blockbuster movie titled "Living Bondage".

5. Olu Jacobs

Oludotun Baiyewu Jacobs known famously as Olu Jacobs is one of the most respected actors in the Nollywood industry. Born on 11 July 1942. The 78-year-old actor is known for performing the roles of a father in movies. He is the husband of popular actress Joke Silva.

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