Ngozi Nwosu played the role of Ego, Andy's mistress in the blockbuster movie.
Biography Of Ngozi Nwosu:
Ngozi Nwosu is a celebrated Nollywood entertainer, film maker and a movie producer. She started her acting profession in Yoruba-language motion pictures, before making her home-video debut in the Nollywood blockbuster film "Living in Bondage" an Igbo-language film viewed as the film that brought Nollywood to Limelight.
She was conceived on first August 1963 in Lagos, Nigeria. She is at present 57 years of age. She is skilled, handy, innovative and capable in acting and understanding of film jobs. She realizes how to decipher her jobs well indeed and can fit in any character given to her by film executives and makers in Nigeria.
Ngozi Nwosu is a local of Arochukwu in Abia State in the south eastern piece of Nigeria. She experienced childhood in Lagos, Nigeria. Her dad, a Biafran veteran trooper was executed during the Nigeria Civil War in 1968. Ngozi Nwosu is familiar with Igbo, Yoruba and English dialects.
Ngozi Nwosu finished her elementary school education at St. Paul Anglican School in Idi Oro, Lagos State, Nigeria and acquired her First School Leaving Certificate. Subsequent to finishing her grade school training, she continued to Maryland Comprehensive High School in Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria and finished her auxiliary school instruction at East Rosary High School in Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria and got her West African Senior School Certificate.
Her expert acting preparing under the authority of Reverend Fabian Oko was done at Royal Theater Art Club School in Lagos, Nigeria. In 2012, she became sick, which influenced her profession. The analysis was later answered to be identified with a kidney malady. She in the long run got treatment abroad through the assistance of government and some Non Governmental Organizations (NGO).
She started her acting vocation while going to acting classes in school, the majority of which were done in Yoruba. She assumed the job of "Madam V Boot" in the TV arrangement "Waves". While on the arrangement of the film "Living in Bondage" Ngozi Nwosu was ascribed as the first Nollywood on-screen character to kiss on a film set during her sentimental meeting with Kenneth Okonkwo.
She is likewise known for assuming the job of Peace in the sitcom film "Fuji House of Commotion" a film delivered by late Amaka Igwe. In the film she assumed the job of Peace, who was the third spouse of Chief Fuji. In 2018, Ngozi Nwosu assumed the job of Ene in the Nigerian activity film "Sade".
Her character in the film "Sade" delineates a lady who didn't use what she has until she lost it. As indicated by her, everybody can relate to the film in view of its comedic tone. Beside acting, Ngozi Nwosu is likewise a film maker. She was the maker of Evil Passion, Stainless and the radio show, Onga.
Talking on female inappropriate behavior in the business, Ngozi Nwosu clarified that it could be fine when makers make lewd gestures towards an entertainer, yet she thinks of it as all the more disparaging when the on-screen character allures the maker. She likewise expressed that each entertainer has the option to disapprove of whatever isn't good for them.
Ngozi Nwosu has shown up in music recordings of so many Nigerian Musicians.
She is also a proud mother of two (identical twins. Below are some stunning pictures of she and her twins.
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