The entertainment industry in Nigeria is growing everyday. Irrespective of the path you choose there, it's certain that there's enough ground for you to thrive in the industry. The likes of Beverly Naya and Osas Ighodaro relocated from abroad to join the industry in Nigeria.
It would also amaze you that people who didn't study anything that has to do with entertainment can be also found in the industry today. In as much as you are talented and you have the necessary skill set, the sky is a starting point. Let's check out some Nollywood stars to help buttress this assertions. Today, let's look at Nollywood stars who were bankers before deciding to join the entertainment industry.
The award-winning actor is very popular for his looks and ability to act different roles in movie. He's also one of the men in the industry with a good body structure. He worked as an accountant in the United States and a very popular bank in Nigeria before joining the entertainment industry.
2. Meg Otanwa
Meg is another Nollywood star with years of banking experience before joining the industry. She also worked with the African Development Bank for a while. She's an amazing actress and reportedly speaks about five languages.
3. Ify Ubah
The actress holds a degree in Business Administration. She started out as a model and video vixen before finally becoming a full time actress. She once worked in the bank but later resigned to concentrate on her modelling and acting career.
Well, I'm not asking you to leave your job to join the entertainment industry, but if you have a talent you can explore in this industry, it's worth giving a try.
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