There are many actors that have starred in many movies, back in the days.
There are some elders which we tag them as Nollywood elders they always give us goof feels when we watch their movie, but majority of them has passed away and we have been wondering why they have nit been featuring in movies again.
Today entertainmentnews20 will present to you 6 Nollywood elders who have sadly passed away but will forever remain in out heart.
1: Ifeanyi Gullible : This was an active elder in Nollywood,well I believe you would have been wondering why he has not been acting,is because he is dead he passed away in 2018,after he had a serious stroke.
3: Peter Bruno : Peter Bruno died May 1st 2015 before he died, he was angry that no Nollywood actors or actress came to see when he was sick.
4: David Ihesie : He sadly died in 2012.
5: Peter Eneh : This is another great elder in Nollywood, he died after suffering from pain in his amputated leg on November 15 2012.
6: Chike Osuji : His death was reported in August 2018 he dies at the age of 65.
Which of these elders did you miss?
Rest in peace.
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