In this article, I will be talking about four Nigeraian celebrities whose parents are also celebrities, and those parents has been sources of help to these celebrities in achieving their goal in entertainment industry. These celebrities were couched and had gotten full support by their parents, in the entertainment industry.
Some of these celebrities are popular and famous men and women.
1. Femi Adebayo
Femi Adebayo was born on 31st December, 1972 in Lagos State in the south Western part of Nigeria. He's an indigene of Ilorin, Kwara state, Nigeria. He based in Lagos State, Nigeria where he was born. He is the son of veteran Nollywood actor, Salamin Adebayo. His father, Salmin Adebayo, is a veteran Nollywood actor, filmmaker, producer, director and television personality, popularly known by his stage name "Oga Bello". He was born on 9th May,1953. His influence has helped his son in the entertainment industry, and this is one of the basic things that helped him to the top rank in the industry.
2. Reginal Daniel.
She a Nollywood actress, born on 13th May, 2000 in Asaba Delta state. She is the daughter of Nollywood actress Rita Daniel. Reginal Daniel joined the Nigeria movies industry in 2007, when she was 7years of age. When she was still a teenager and not yet mature, her mother was the one that helped and trained her, until she became an expert.
3. Yul Edochie
Yul was born on 7th January, 1982, into the family of Nollywood legendary Actor Pete Edochie. Yul Edochie is a Nollywood famous Actor and also a politician. He resemble his father, Pete Edochie, and even speaks exactly like he does.
He is considered as one of the African most talented Actor and also a legend.
He is a famous music video director, a cinematography and also a filmmaker. Clariense Peter is the son of Nollywood famous actress, Clarion Chukwura. He is the founder and CEO of Capital Hill Records.
Others are Femi Kuti, Dr Sid, e.t.c
These are some celebrities whose parents are also celebrities.
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