Kate Henshaw, also known as Kate Henshaw-Nuttall (born 19 July 1971), is a Nigerian actress. Today, the actress is celebrating her 49th birthday. Before we see some of her throwback pictures, let's talk about Kate, her education and some things you don't know about her.
Henshaw was born in Cross River State, the first of four children. After completing her primary and secondary education in Lagos and Calabar, Nigeria, she spent one year at the University of Calabar reading remedial studies, and then majored in Medical Microbiology at the School of Medical Lab Science afterwards, LUTH (Lagos University Teaching Hospital) in Lagos.
In 1993 Henshaw auditioned for the lead role in the movie When the Sun Sets and was won the role. This was her first appearance in a major Nollywood movie. Henshaw has starred in over 45 Nollywood movies.
Kate Henshaw is a mother of one. She has a beautiful daughter whom she gave birth to while she was still married to her ex-husband who was a white man.
Kate is the type of woman that like to keep her private matters to herself, this is why the photos of our daughter cannot be easily seen on social media.
Today, the beautiful veteran Nollywood actress is celebrating her 49th birthday as she shares some beautiful pictures on her Instagram page.
Check out some of her beautiful pictures of the actress looking like a 16-year-old girl in the screenshots below;
So, in Honour of the veteran Nollywood actress, we will be celebrating her 49th birthday by sharing some beautiful throwback pictures of the actress during her youth stage.
The surprising fact about this photo is that she looks more beautiful at 49 more than she does while she was still a youth. This might be as a result of her work out and exercise.
See her throwback photos below;
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