Now that we're into the 2020s, it's a sad fact that many of the stars from Nollywood's Golden Age are no longer with us.When we sit down to enjoy a classic piece of Nollywood movies on a Sunday afternoon, we tend to miss actors like Justus Esiri, Muna Obiekwe, Sam Loco Efe etc.
When it comes to being funny, there are some Igbo Nollywood actors we cannot just forget. These actors' memories can't be erased in our head because they have put smile on our faces with their humor. With this, we bring you 9 funny Igbo actors that thrilled us in the past.
Many years ago, some Nollywood legends started their acting career and rose up to become very big names in the movie industry.This they attained through years of hard work and dedication to what they enjoy doing most, which is being on screen.Below is a compilation of 45 Nollywood Actors who we enjoyed and still enjoy watching because they gave us good memories back in our childhood days.
There are so many Nigerian veteran actors who have sadly passed away to answer the call of nature but luckily enough, most of them have grown up children who look exactly like they are. One of such Nollywood actors is Sam Loco Efe. Here is Sam Loco Efe
If you are a lover of Nollywood films, you must have come across motion pictures of a talented Nigerian actor known as Sam Loco Efe.Although this gem is no more today, his works have however lived after him.Sam Loco Efe died in the year 2011 in a hotel room while taking a nap.
Actor and Instagram comedian, Williams Uchemba described the insults often dished by Nkem Owoh on set as ''poisonous'' and capable of making an unfortunate recipient cry. The Mambas Diamond producer made this known in a recent opinion post that was published on his official Instagram account.
Ejine Emila Okoroafor fondly called Ejine Okoroafor is a Nollywood actress and producer. She hails from Oguta in Imo State. Ejine Okoroafor started her acting career in 2008, after she appeared in a popular entertainment TV show called the Next Movie Star. The talented actress has starred alongside top Nollywood stars such as Zubby Michael, Patience Ozokwor, Late Sam Loco Efe, Mary Igwe, Leo Ewuzie, and many others.
In a recent message on his official social media handle on Twitter, the talented award-winning and humorous actor remembered his pal. In a moment of a careful thought, renowned actor Nkem Owoh, also known as "Ukwa or Osuofia," mourned his comrade, late Sam Loco Efe.
One of the famous faces in Nollywood movies, Nkem Owho aka "Ukwa" has in a moment ago remembered the death of his acting colleague, Sam Loco Efe. Recall that, the veteran actor, Sam Loco was reported dead sometime 7th August, 2011. According to the report filed by Vanguard Newspaper in the article published 8th August, 2011 titled, "Sam Loco Efe: How he died, his unfulfilled dream", he died in a hotel room at Owerri.
One of the biggest challenges facing Nigerian youths is unemployment. Nigerian celebrity, Dike Osinachi has taken to his official Instagram page to express his concern regarding how some Nigerian youths come out to brag about their qualifications and yet stay unemployed. He also advised youths to be self-employed before or after graduating from school because of the situation in the Nigerian government.
The Nigerian Nollywood movies industry is blessed with skillful actors and actresses who have tried in one way or the other in providing us with entertaining movies for a very long time now. But one of those actresses who thrilled us with movies that entertained us back then is actress Liz Benson.
Popular Nollywood actor, Sam Loco Efe has made considerable impact in the Nollywood industry. The veteran Nollywood actor has featured in several movies and costarred with many famous Nollywood stars. Although the actor is late, he is still very much the heartthrob of many Nigerians. However, in this article, we will be seeing five major reasons why the Nollywood star is one of the best actors in the Nollywood movie industry.
If you watched Nollywood while growing up, you should know a lot about this Nollywood Actor known as McSmith Ochendo.He was popular for acting in comedy movies, alongside the likes of Chinedu Ikedieze, Sam Loco Efe, Osita Iheme, Mr Ibu, and so on.
The Nigeria movie industry has been growing and developing very well. We are now seeing new talented actors and actresses on our screen who are doing very well. The Nigeria movie industry has been a source of joy to countless Nigerians due to the quality of entertainment that the industry brings to the viewer's table.
'I Really Miss Sam Loco Efe' - Ngozi Ezeh Says As She Shares Old Video Of Her Featuring Sam Loco Efe
Popular Nollywood Actress and producer, Ngozi Ezeh has taken it to her social media handle, Instagram to share an old video of her featuring Sam Loco Efe. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO Sharing the old video, Ngozi Ezeh made it known that it is very hard to forget the good old days, pointing out that she really missed sam Loco.
Movies back in the days used to be filled with laughter and excitement, melodious songs, and fully clothed women. These days, we are seeing better, but that humor is lacking. A few actors shaped the Nigerian movie industry with their great sense of humor and acting skills.
Few hours ago, popular Nigerian Actor and lawyer, Kenneth Okonkwo took to his official Facebook page where he shared some photos of Nollywood actors who have passed away. They include; Sam Loco Efe, Bruno Iwuoha, Enebeli Elebuwa, J.T Tom West, Peter Bruno, Chief Okafor and others.
According to a news that was posted by Today News Online yesterday night, it was made known that Ms Onwuememe, who happens to be a veteran actress has passed away, after brief illness, as her colleague in the movie industry, Mrs Gloria Anozie Young made this known on Tuesday.
Nigerian actress Ifey Onwuemene passes on : Her colleague, Gloria Anozie-Young, announced Tuesday that she died after battling endometrial cancer. Ms Onwuemene is popular for her role in the 1990s hit television series “Everyday People,” where she starred alongside Sam Loco Efe (late), Carol King, Nobert Young, Seun Soremi and others.