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How Actor Williams Uchemba Has Grown From A Little Child Actor To One Of The Most Celebrated Actors

Popular Nigerian actor, Williams Uchemba is one of the most celebrated actors in Nigeria today because of the amazing growth the young man has experienced over the years in the movie industry.

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The young man is celebrating his 32nd birthday today and it's a perfect time to recount how far he has come in the movie space in Nigeria. In this article, I will be sharing with you how Williams Uchemba started, how far he has gone, and why he is one of the most celebrated actors in Nigeria.

1. How Williams Uchemba Started In The Industry: Williams Uchemba started acting at the age of 10-11 in the year 2000. He became popular in the movie space after he featured alongside Ramsey Noah, Olu Jacobs & Pete Edochie in a movie titled "The Journey Of The Dead".

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Since then, Williams became the favorite child actor for most movie producers in Nigeria featuring in many movies that helped him build his career to the top in the industry.

2. How Far Williams Uchemba Has Gone In The Movie Industry: Williams Uchemba has been active in the movie industry for 21 years now and he has achieved a lot within the space by featuring in multiple blockbuster movies.

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The young man has now elevated into building himself more and moved from acting into directing and producing his movies as well.

3. Why He Is One Of The Celebrated Actors Apart From The Movie Space: Williams Uchemba is not just one of the most celebrated and loved actors because of his acting skills and growth.

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He is loved because of the way he gives back to the community who helped in building him into what he is. Williams owns a foundation that cares for the less privileged and helps rescue people in need. One of his biggest humanitarian works was during the Covid 19 pandemic where he fed hundreds of people around Nigeria by distributing foodstuff to them on the lockdown period.

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