5 Nollywood Baddies who helped shape the 90’s
The former most beautiful girl in Nigeria in 1989 and Miss Unilag 1988 and the first Nigerian at the Miss International in Japan, known for her limelight in Nollywood movies in the early 90s and 200s.
She has remained the most iconic and prevalent face to come from Nollywood.
STEPH NORA OKEREKE
Debuting at the early age of 21, Steph Nora graced the stage to produce Nollywood’s most iconic movies, her acting career has remained impeccable and has remained a recognized Nollywood veteran in the industry.
Always known for her scintillating and dominant character in Glamour girls, Eucharia has had on of the most eccentric careers in Nollywood, currently serving as an evangelist, she has been involved in the production of over 100 movies and is easily one of the most recognizable faces of Nollywood.
Talk about a timeless actor that has withstood the test of time, and whom we must say aged like fine wine. The 42-year-old actor has graced the scene on and off the camera, contributing to the Nollywood portfolio within Nigeria and in diaspora, being honored as a Member of the Order of Nigeria. She made her directorial debut in her movie Lionheart, which became a Netflix original and was nominated for an Emmy. She remains a strong advocate for social justice in and out of Africa and remains one of the biggest female acts to stem from Nollywood.
She began making waves in the early ’90s in Fortunes, an NTA Spinoff, then proceeding to act in the Nollywood blockbuster Glamour girls in 1994, She has graced a conundrum of widely successful Nollywood movies, since giving her life to Christ and remarrying an evangelist, she has recently stuck with roles that align with her faith and would always remain a patriarch in our Nollywood baddies hall of fame.