She made her Nollywood debut in the dance film ‘I’ll Take My Chances’ in 2011 and has since moved on to major roles in some of Nollywood’s biggest movies.
Afolayan searched and searched for an actor who will fit snuggly into the role of Kolapo, one of the lead characters in his engaging film ‘The CEO’ and one name continuously popped up- the notable actor, writer, singer and culture producer Wale Ojo, whom he had featured as a leading actor in his third feature film ‘Phone Swap’.
As Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), prepares to showcase eight Nollywood Films this September, Artistic Director of the festival – Mr. Cameron Bailey discusses TIFF and Nigeria’s vibrant movie industry.
“I see us all coming together under one umbrella”
In this interview with TVC Entertainment, actor Emeka Ike does not mince words when he is talking about his takeover as the AGN President from Ibinabo Fiberesima.
it’s not glamorous enough” – Bimbo Akintola on Award Shows in Nigeria
Oge Okoye, speaks to Cosmic Ray’s Amoo Kristin on several issues in this interview.
For more about Nigeria’s booming film industry competing globally, CCTV America’s Rachelle Akuffo spoke to Franco Sacchi, Director of This is Nollywood.
“I want to act till I die. It will be great if they could use my funeral in the scene of a movie. I am serious, that’s how much this means to me,” she told Entertainment News.