In Nigeria entertainment space, there are many biracial female celebrities, and some of them can be easily identified because of their hair, or skin colour.
However, these Nigerian biracial female celebrities are doing well for themselves in Nigerian Entertainment Industry, and have gone on to have successful careers in their chosen fields.
Tokunbo Idowu, popularly known as Tboss was born to a Nigerian father a Romanian mother. Tboss rose to fame during the second season Big Brother Naija, a popular reality show. The popular reality TV star studied briefly at the University of Lagos before moving to Romania to complete her university education.
Caroline Uduak Abasi Danjuma was born to a Scottish father, and a Nigerian mother. Known previously as Caroline Ekanem, Caroline Danjuma is a popular Nigerian actress, and producer.
3. Lilian Bach
Lilian Bola Bach was born to a Nigerian mother, and Polish father. The talented actress and model has starred in many Nollywood films, and has featured in several television commercials.
4. Adunni Ade
Adunni Adewale, popularly known as Adunni Ade was born to a German-American mother and Yoruba-Nigerian father in the United States of America. She is currently one of the most popular actresses, and models in Nigeria.
5. Nneka Egbuna
Nneka Egbuna was born to a German mother and Nigerian father. Nneka Egbuna grew up in Warri, but later relocated to Germany for her university education. She is a talented singer, song-writer, and composer.
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