There are lots of actors and actresses who did well in the Nollywood industry and graced our screens with different roles to entertain us. But as of now some are no longer acting and have ventured into other careers to support themselves. Let us have a look at some of the actors and actresses who are now professionals in other career line.
1. Pat Attah:
This former Nollywood actor graced our screens during the early 20s. He was a Nigerian actor who became popular for his role in the soap opera, “Fortunes” which made him successful in his film career. The actor has left acting as a career and now works as a musician in Germany.
2. Emeka Ike:
He was one of the actors in Nollywood who contributed to the growth of the movie industry. He rose to fame when he starred in a film titled, Deadly Affair. Emeka eventually left his job as an actor to become an entrepreneur and a politician for reasons unknown to us.
3. Lilian Bach:
Lilian Bach was a Nigerian actress who left her career for another. She also competed in the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria Pageant as a model. Lilian Bach finally dropped her acting career and is now a businesswoman.
4. Regina Askia:
The former Nigerian actress started acting in the 1990s and early 2000s. She starred in many films before she decided to try another profession. She is now in the United States of America where she works as a Nurse.
5. Charles Okafor:
He became known for his role in the film "End of the Wicked". He was very prolific in acting and is regarded as one of the best actors. Charles Okafor eventually left acting for reasons best known to him. He now an entrepreneur and a pastor.
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