Born Obinna Nwafor, Nollywood actor and producer Saint Obi was one of the most loved acts on the screens back in the days.
Often tagged as mostly playing the bad boy or lover boy roles, he had a creative background as he majored in Theatre Arts from the University of Jos in Nigeria.
Making his acting debut in 1996 after appearing in a commercial, Saint Obi went to eventually produce his movie "Take Me To Maama" alongside late Rachel Oniga, Enebeli Elebuwa and more. This was after starring in several movies.
Saint Obi has starred in movies including Felony, Wedding Fever, Last Party, Festival of Fire, Candle of Light, Oracle, State of Emergency, Narrow Escape, Eligible Bachelor, Without Emotions, The Fantasy of True Love and many more.
Photo: Saint Obi and Wife Linda
He is married to Linda Saint Nwafor, a Chief Technical Officer at MTN and they are blessed with three children, 2 sons and a daughter.
Here's to celebrating the nollywood icon Saint Obi for his contribution to film and legacy but importantly for his stellar performances and timeless classics.
What are your fond memories and favourite movie of the actor?
Photo: Saint Obi And Children
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