The Nollywood industry is blessed with some veteran actors who have contributed to the growth of the industry over the years, and most of these actors started their careers at an early stage.
We will be looking at some throwback photos of 5 veteran actors.
Richard Eyimofe Evans Mofe-Damijo is a well known Nollywood actor who has been involved in the movie industry since his appearance in the television soap opera in the late 80's titled, Ripples.
Just like other movie veterans on this list, Mofe-Damijo has some moments in his life when he enjoyed his youth.
2. Pete Edochie
Pete Edochie is one of the most respected Nollywood actor in the movie industry. The veteran started his acting career by featuring in the 80s television series titled, Things Fall Apart.
He is the father of two popular actors named Linc Edochie and Yul Edochie, who are following in his footsteps.
3. Olu Jacobs
Oludotun Baiyewu Jacobs is veteran actor who trained at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts, England, before starting an acting career in Britain by featuring in some international movies.
Just like Pete Edochie, Olu Jacobs is regarded by many as one of the greatest African actors of his generation.
4. Kenneth Okonkwo
Kenneth Okonkwo is a legendary actor who is well known for his role in the movie titled, Living in Bondage, a movie which was known to have started the film era in the movie industry.
5. Chiwetala Agu
This list would not be complete without the great Chiwetalu Agu, who is well known for his usage of specific language slang in his movies.
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