There's an arphorism that states that the journey of a thousand miles begins with a step. Such a phrase could be used to describe the path most people take in this life to become successful and well known in their professions. Charles Inojie has paid his dues in Nigeria's Nollywood industry, revealing how he began as a scriptwriter and progressed to become the successful actor that he is today.
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In an interview with SUNDAY SCOOP on The Punch, the actor said, "What I do is not just to bring food on the table, it is a calling. Professionally, if you see yourself in that light, you try not to confine yourself to a particular time or age. I will try to flow with the trend without losing my core values".
Charles Inojie revealed that he has done more acting than directing since he joined Nollywood, which has made him stay away from appearing in movies recently.
Charles Inojie is a talented comic actor who has acted in over 100 movies with the likes of Charles Osuagwu, Sam Loco, Chinedu Ikedieze, Osita Iheme, Mr. Ibu, etc. Some of the movies he acted in are Open & Close, Dinner, Broken Soul, etc.
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