Due to his roles in movies and how serious he is usually, many people get intimidated by not just the thunderous voice of Nollywood actor, producer and director Ugezu Jideofor Ugezu but also his face. Some already believe that mere looking at his face can cause several reactions if an artist isn't getting the lines properly when a movie is being shot.
The actor took to his Instagram account to cool off the minds of his fans, as he made them believe that there's nothing really serious about his face that should scare them. While he shared a little video, showing his face alone, the actor stated that he doesn't know why people are scared.
In his voice, "just wondering why many people are said to be scared of my face. Is it not this face? Nothing serious but just montage."
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One profession tells a lot about how people see the person in real life. Just the way some persons are known to be playing some certain roles in movies, this also made people believe that they could be that way in reality but the honest truth is that, many of them are opposite of what they act as.
Before you judge anyone based on his appearance, first of all have an encounter with him or her and then relate the experience with your earlier thought about the person.
photo credit: instagram
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