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Meet Nigerian-British Twin Sisters Who Are Making Waves In The Nigerian Movie Industry.

The Nigerian entertainment industry is blessed with twins who are actors and actresses, and the list seems to be compounding. Nigerian-British twin sisters identified as Sam and Cas who just recently started starring in Nollywood movies seems to making a name for themselves.

Image Credit: Instagram | @Okantwins

Sam and Cas started their acting career in London. Just like any other up and coming actor, they started out by appearing as guest stars in drama series and comedy sitcoms. After gaining recognition as professional actresses, Sam and Cas decided to move their talent to Nigeria in order to star in Nollywood movies.

With the little time they have spent in Nollywood, Sam and Cas have already starred along side top Nollywood actors like, Harry B and Ramsey Noah. They have also worked with top Nollywood film producer and director, Kunle Afolayan. Aside from Nollywood, Sam and Cas also star in comedy skits and promotional videos.

Check out pictures of Sam and Cas below.

Image Credit: Instagram | @Okantwins

Although, Sam and Cas haven't starred in any mainstream or blockbuster movie yet. With the little momentum they have gained in Nollywood, the twins have managed to attract a huge fan base which will pave the way for them to gain more recognition. Aside from acting, Sam and Cas are also beauty and fashion models.

(Sam and Cas with Kunle Afolayan)

Image Credit: Instagram | @Okantwins

Sam and Cas are also quite popular on social media. They currently have 69K followers on Instagram. One of the main factors contributing to Sam and Cas success in the Nigerian movie industry is the fact they are twins. A lot of people always find twins adorable and Sam and Cas is no exception.

Have you watched any movie starring Sam and Cas? Tell us what you love about them.

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