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5 Famous Nollywood Actresses Who Began Acting as Teenagers

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5 Famous Nollywood Actresses Who Began Acting as Teenagers

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Here are 5 well-known Nollywood actresses who began their acting careers as teenagers in the late 90s and have since become highly successful in the movie industry.

These actresses have not only achieved great fame but are also considered to be the highest paid actresses in Nigeria.

Starting their careers as teenagers in the early 90s, they have now become super mothers with grown-up children and even grandchildren.

Famous Nollywood Actresses Who Began Acting as Teenagers

Let’s take a closer look at these remarkable women.

Genevieve Nnaji

She began her acting career at a young age, starring in the popular television soap opera “Ripples” at just 8 years old in 1987. Genevieve officially joined the Nigerian movie industry, known as Nollywood, in 1998 at the age of 19.

In her early years, she played supporting roles in films such as “Most Wanted” alongside other notable actors. However, she quickly rose to prominence and became known for her lead roles in movies like “Ijele,” “Last Party,” and “Mark of the Beast.”

Genevieve Nnaji is often referred to as the first lady of Nollywood and was one of the most prominent actresses in the industry during the early 2000s. She was born on May 3, 1979, and is currently 44 years old.

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde

She began her acting journey at the age of 17 in 1995. Her breakthrough came with her lead role in the movie Venom of Justice, alongside Ejike Asiegbu. That same year, she also starred in the blockbuster film Mortal Inheritance, where she once again played the lead role alongside Fred Amata.

Throughout her career, she has continued to take on prominent roles in numerous movies, earning her recognition and respect in the industry. With her talent and dedication, she has received several notable awards. Born on February 7, 1978, she is currently 45 years old.

Stephanie Okereke Linus

Stephanie Okereke Linus began her acting career at a young age, starting in 1997 when she was just 15 years old. While still a secondary school student in Lagos, she appeared in movies such as “Compromise” and “Waterloo” in supporting roles.

As time went on, she gained recognition and became one of the leading actresses in the early 2000s. In 2008, she showcased her talents by writing, producing, directing, and acting in the film “Through the Glass.”

She continued to make waves in the industry and in 2014, she achieved great success with the award-winning movie “Dry,” which even earned her a nomination at the Oscar Awards. Stephanie Okereke Linus was born on October 2, 1982, and is currently 40 years old.

Nkiru Sylvanus

Nkiru Sylvanus, a talented actress in the Nigerian film industry known as Nollywood, began her acting career at the young age of 17. She gained recognition in 2002 for her role in the emotionally charged film “A Cry for Help,” which earned her the nickname Ble-ble.

Throughout her career, she has been known for portraying characters that evoke strong emotions. Nkiru Sylvanus has received numerous awards for her performances.

Born on April 21, 1985, she is currently 38 years old.

Omoni Oboli

Omoni Oboli, a Nigerian actress, began her acting career at the young age of 18. Her first movie, “Bitter Encounter,” was released in 1996, and she went on to star in films such as “Not My Will,” “Another Campus Tale,” and “Ready to Die.”

After these initial successes, she took a break from the screen to pursue further studies abroad. In 2009, she returned to the industry and also ventured into movie production. Throughout her career, Oboli has appeared in notable films like “Anchor Baby” and “The Figurine,” and she has also written, produced, and directed movies such as “Being Mrs. Elliot,” “The First Lady,” and “Okafor’s Law.”

Born on April 22, 1978, she is currently 44 years old.

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