Chigozie Stephanie Alichi Mbah who's popularly known as Chizzy Alichi is a dark skinned voluptuous actress. She joined the Nollywood Industry by chance in 2010 and was given her first ever shot in movie, Magic Money alongside Mercy Johnson and Bob-Manuel Udokwu.
However, her turning point in the Nollywood Industry was when she played a lead role in Akaraoku, which means hot Akara. People actually thought she was an Akara seller. The movie shot her to limelight as she also appeared in more roles in 2017.
She also become famous after her camoe appearance on flavour's music video, Mmege where she played a beautiful princess.
Over the years, Chizzy as been regarded as one of the most talented and successful actress in the Nollywood Industry. In 2017, she made headline after building a beautiful house for her parent who were once living in a tattered apartment. She was celebrated by fans and colleagues and according to her, she wanted to use the money to buy a new car. But feels it's of not use, since her present Car is still functioning.
Chizzy was born on the 23rd of December 1989 in Enugu State. She's a native of Ezza Nkwubor Nike in Enugu State. She attended Enugu State University Of Science and Technology where she obtained a bachelor's degree in Agricultural engineering. In 2015, she proceeded for her Youth Service in Anambra State.
Chizzy is happily married to Mr Mbah. They have been dating for years till they finally did their wedding last year. She's happy with her husband and is known to always share lovely photos of him on her instagram handle.
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