To become a Nollywood star is not easy because it requires full dedication, that is why these Nollywood Stars left their job as a banker to start Acting in the Nigerian Movie Industry and it seems that they followed the right path because they are definitely making it.
1. EVE ESIN:
Eve Esin was born on October 17 1981, she is a very popular Nollywood Star that has managed to win the heart of most of her fans, she is very talented and she has won a lot of Awards.
Before she became an Actress she was working as a banker but she left her banking job to pursue her true passion, and she indeed made the best decision because she has been featured in lots of Movies and she is very talented.
2. MIKE EZURUONYE:
Mike Ezuruonye is a very popular Nollywood Actor who has won a lot of awards and nomination, he has been in the Nollywood industry for many years.
Before he started acting, he was a banker but he left his job to pursue a career in the Nollywood industry and now he has become very famous. He has been featured in lots of Movies and has earn several awards. He is currently happily married to Nkechi Nnorom and they have a son.
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