Olu Jacobs vs Pete Edochie, who Acts King Better in Nollywood Movies
By studio.opera.com | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 39 views
Both men are great Nollywood actors known for their acting techniques. Olu Jacobs is Yoruba though he has featured in a lot of Igbo traditional movies. Pete Edochie on the other hand is Igbo. Both are happily married with children and grandchildren.
They both nail it when it comes to acting king. But between the both of them who acts king better?
He has his own unique way about him. He has featured in many movies and have won so many awards in the movie industry. His two sons are equally in the movie industry and are doing very well. One can say like father like son. Yul Edochie took after his father, you can agree with this judging from his movies.
A born actor. He has featured in countless movies and is popular for acting king in movies. He is happily married and blessed with children and grandchildrenSo what is your take? This is a strong competition because both men are vehement and aggressive at acting. They are both charismatic and have the gait of kings.
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