Nkem Owoh, Popular Nigerian Nollywood who is popularly known as Osuafia released a new photo via his instagram on Thursday. Nkem owoh gained popularity in his movie, “Osuofia”, since then Nkem Owoh has gained prominence in the Nigerian movie industry. He is popularly known for his comic action in movies which has made his fans love him more.
Who is the greatest comic actor Nigerian cinema has ever produced? The older generation will name Chief Zebrudaya or Afolabi Afolayan aka Jaguar, whereas the younger generation will name Nkem Owoh, John Okafor (Mr Ibu), or Charles Inojie. While each generation has its own viewpoints, even the new generation agrees with me that movie stars from the past possessed a certain elegance, personality, and decency.
One of the most successful actors in Nollywood is Nkem Owoh. The movie star is popularly known as Osuofia, he has contributed to the success of the Nigerian entertainment industry and has won numerous movie awards and recognitions including the award for the Best Actor in a Leading Role for his role in the Nigerian movie "Stronger than Pain".
Nkem Owoh is one of the most respected movie stars in Nigeria. He has won the heart of many through the comic character he plays in movies. Nkem Owoh is a notable actor who is among actors with the largest fan base in Africa. It is almost impossible to discuss top actors In Nigeria without mentioning the famous comic actor, Nkem Owoh.
The Kannywood movie industry has done incredibly well when it comes to national collaborations and working with some of the biggest names in the Nollywood entertainment scene. There are some Nollywood actors who have featured in Hausa movies and this is because of their hard work and talents. 1.
There are lots of Nigerian actors who have helped in putting smiles In our faces through the hilarious characters they play in movies. Most Nigerian comic actors like Nkem Owoh (Osuofia), Victor Osuagu, Imeh Bishop (Okon Lagos), etc., are married and blessed with kids.
The Nigerian movie industry is indeed packed with talented stars who have inspired and brought smiles to our faces with their acting skills. Take a look at these five funny Nollywood actors that have been acting for over a decade (10 years). 1. John Okafor (Mr. Ibu)
Nollywood actors have over the years been given some nicknames mostly by their fans or derived from their roles in certain movies which have been known all over the world and seem unforgettable. This article brings to you popular Nollywood actors whose nickname is derived from a movie character but remains unforgettable.
Veteran nollywood actor, Nkem Owoh popularly known as Osuofia recently shared a new photo on his official instagram page, and accompanied it with an educative caption.The 63 years old actor emphasized on the importance of saying positive things as he explained how the human tongue can be very powerful.
Most of us view celebrities as superhumans where actually they are the same humans as we, them being popular is the main thing that differentiates us from them which also has a disadvantage. This disadvantage about celebrities we are talking about is insecurity, whereby for being a popular celebrity many bad people would be looking for an opportunity to deprive you of what you have.
The Nigerian movie industry is blessed with a lot of talented and intelligent actors. These actors do their best to produce interesting movies that will push the industry forward. New faces are introduced almost every day in the industry. The old actors now step up to give their best acts in movies to remain relevant.
Many Nollywood actors are known for movies that brought them in the limelight. In this article, I will be sharing with you how four Nollywood actors got their popular name in the movie industry. Read below; 1. Iyabo Oko Kudirat Odukanwi better known as Iyabo Oko has been on stage since 1973.
Nkem Owoh, commonly known as Osuofia, one of the most respected veterans and thespians in the Nigerian film business, has given his followers some solid advice this morning. On his Instagram profile, he rarely publishes personal images; instead, he entertains his fans by posting amusing video excerpts from his previous films.
Popular Nollywood star Nkem Owoh has been making waves in the Nollywood industry. The actor has received many award for his excellent performances in the industry and classic movies. However, I have compiled a list of two reasons which could be why the Nollywood star is making great waves in the movie industry.
Many film actors and actresses are very popular, some are popular by their wealth while some became popular by a particular name given to them in a movie. Here are 6 actors and actress that became popular by the name given to them in a movie. 1) John Okafor (Mr Ibu).
The Nigerian movie industry is blessed with a lot of funny actors. Their characters in movies are always making people laugh. However, in this article, I will be sharing with you the three funniest Nollywood actors. #1 Nkem Owoh Photo credit: @nkemowoh Instagram page
The success record of the Osuofia in London Movies (Part 1 & 2) has made it really possible to say that 1 of every 4 Nigerians has seen the movie. This is one of the oldest movies in Nigeria because it would be exactly 18 years now since the movie was produced.
The Nollywood movies industry has groomed so many amazing actors, and they all made the industry and amazing. We have so many wonderful actors that made sure our childhood was filled with fun. The industry produced lots of interesting movies which entertained us. Most of us still have some of this movies at home, and we never get tired of watching them once in w while for fun.
Nollywood veteran actress Patience Ozonkwo popularly known as "Mama G" has joined the league of mourners to pay her last respect to late Rachel Oniga who died on Friday, the 30th of July 2021 at the age of 64. In a video she posted on her social media account, Patience Ozonkwo was seen crying and talking about the beautiful moments she had with late Oniga.
Another Nollywood actress, Doris Chima was reportedly died after battling for breast cancer. The news of her death was confirmed by the chairman of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, Lagos chapter, Emeka Rising Ibe. It was gathered that the actress was diagnosed with the ailment in 2020 and her breast was cut off to prevent further damage.