Some popular Nigerian actors are popularly known by certain nicknames but not many people know how these names came about, and that's going to be our focus in this post. In this post, I'm going to share with you 7 Nigerian actors who are famously known by their nicknames and how it came about.
Babatunde Omidina is a household name in the entertainment industry The well-known actor popularly known as Babasuwe is one of the living legends in the Yoruba Nollywood Industry today. (Photo Credit - Guardian Newspaper) During the 90s and early 2000, Babasuwe ruled the comedy aspect of Yoruba movies.
Years ago, before the advent of the likes of Sanyeri, Okele and other comical actors in the industry, we had notable Nigerian comical actors who had been able to make many laugh during the 80s and the 90s of the Yoruba entertainment history. Although some of the frontrunners in the progression of comical Yoruba movies in Nigeria are dead, many of them are still alive and in this article, we would be talking about a few of these actors who made us laugh in the 80s and 90s with their humorous characters in movies;
Veteran Nollywood actor, Babatunde Omidina, popularly known as Baba Suwe has been given a cheque of N3.1 Million by the Lagos state government as compensation following the demolition of his home in Ikorodu. Baba Suwe was one of the Ikorodu residents who were compensated by the state following the demolition of several properties in the state's bid to expand the Igbogbo-Igbe road.
The popular Nollywood actor, Babatunde Omidina, popularly known as ‘Babasuwe’ celebrated his 63rd birthday yesterday. In this article, I will be sharing with you three celebrities who are his age-mate Read below:- 1. Babatunde Omidina Babatunde Omidina, popularly known as Babasuwe, is a popular Yoruba actor, comedian, film producer, and film director.
Popular Nigerian actor, Yomi Fabiyi has made some revelations regarding the health condition of his veteran colleague, Babatunde Omidina (popularly known as Baba Suwe). Yomi made the revelation during an interview at the Special Offences Court in Lagos State, where fellow thespian, Omiyinka Olanrewaju (popularly known as Baba Ijesha) was arraigned.
There are some actors that could not be easily forgotten, when it comes to comic role in Nolywood industry. This was because of the legendary works they have done in the industry. Good examples are Mr. Latin, Baba Suwe, Opebe among many others. Mr Latin has shared a picture from an event to celebrate Opebe 30 years in stage, where he was the Master of Ceremony.
There are certain things in life we can do nothing about, that is why the life we are given by God, should not be taken for granted. 1. Moses Armstrong Moses Armstrong is an acclaimed Nollywood veteran actor and tv personality. He is regarded as one of the most prolific and most sought after actor in Nigeria.
PHOTOS: 2 Reasons Why Baba Suwe Should Be Grateful To God For His Life As He Turns 63-Years-Old Today
Yoruba Nollywood industry would not be complete with the iconic name "Baba Suwe" not mentioned especially in the comical part of the industry. In the 80s and 90s, Baba Suwe could be argued to be the top comical actor in the Nollywood industry who is very passionate about his work.
Actor Yomi Fabiyi took to his post on IG to pay tribute to Monsurat Omidina popularly known as "Omoladun Kenkelewu" a veteran actress who passed away in 2009. The human right activist shared an old video of the veteran actress. Sharing the Video he prays that the Late Omoladun's soul rest in peace.
Death is a part of life that we can do nothing about.In this article today, I will be sharing with you, 5 Nollywood actors whose wives died untimely.1.Moses Armstrong Moses Armstrong is a renowned Nollywood actor, producer and director.According to reports, he lost his wife in a car accident in 2018.
The fantastic Nigerian Yoruba actor Yomi Fabiyi pays the veteran Yoruba actress Omoladun Kenkelewu a tribute, years after she passed on. This talented actor Yomi took to his social media platform, to share one of the videos this veteran actress did, when she was still alive.
Years ago, Popular Yoruba Legend, Babatunde Omidina is also known as Baba Suwe was able to overcome a serious tragedy and tribulations that comes his way with the help of God and wonderful people. As Baba Suwe turns 63-Years-Old today, we would be talking about 4 prominent Nigerians who were very helpful during Baba Suwe's life-threatening disease "chronic diabetes" that almost ended the life of the famous actor;
Yomi Fabiyi is a Nigerian popular actor, scriptwriter, entrepreneur, Master of Ceremony (MC), director and movie producer. He was born on the 31st of May in Shomolu, Lagos State. The multi-talented actor attended Igbobi College both his primary and secondary school education.
Yomi Fabiyi is a Yoruba film producer and actor. He is well-known for his roles in Yoruba indigenous films. On May 31st, Yomi Fabiyi was born. Yomi Fabiyi received his primary and secondary education in Shomolu, at Odunlade primary school and Igbobi college, respectively.
Adding spice, fun and laughter to movie scenes have a way of taking off stress and worries from Nigerians; and Nigerian comic actors have proven themselves up to the task.Olanrewaju Omiyinka(Baba Ijesha), Babatunde Omidina (Baba Suwe) and Sunday Omobolanle (Papi Luwe) are popular Yoruba veteran comic actors who came into limelight around 1990s to 2000s.
Babatunde Omidina, the famed Nigerian comedy actor affectionately known as Baba Suwe, has disclosed that he is currently ill and unable to walk as a result of an experience he claims was meted out to him by National Drug Law Enforcement Agency officers. The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) arrested the veteran actor in 2011 on suspicion of possessing cocaine-like substances.
Legendary Nigerian Comic Actor, Babatunde Omidina A.K.A Baba Suwe has expressed his grievances and disappointment towards the National Drug law enforcement agency (NDLEA). Baba Suwe as he is fondly called is currently unwell as he cannot stand nor walk on his feet. This he has attributed to the way he was maltreated by the NDLEA when he was accused of having hard drugs(Cocaine) in his body system.
Nigerian comic actor, Babatunde Omidina, popularly addressed as Baba Suwe has revealed the reason why he's currently unable to walk. According to the reports from Naija News, the popular comic actor said the experience and suffering he received by the personnel of the National Drug and Law Enforcement Agency has made him unwell.
Acting has been known to be a profession which includes more articulation of roles adequate interpretation of roles also reflecting viewers life in their make believe world so that viewers can learn on how to life their and tread carefully.The aspect of acting especially in Nigeria film industry called Nollywood is comedy where several talented male and female artistes have been able to show case their God given talent to people.