In this article I will be discussion 5 popular Nollywood celebrities who started their career or profession as child actors and how these 5 popular actors currently look like today.
1. Regina Daniels:
Regina Daniels became famous at the age of 9 after she featured in the movie titled "Miracle Child" in the year 2010. She studied ams graduated from the Igbinedon university, Okada, Edo state where she got a four year certificate in Mass Communication. Regina started as a child actress but now she has grown up into a matured beautiful lady. She is married to Ned Nwoko a rich business man.
Regina has featured in more than 150 movies.
2. Sharon Ezeamaka:
Sharon Amaka became famous for her role in the TV series titled "Dear Mother" where she played the role of a curious young girl. She has now developed into a matured lovely lady, infact she is featured in MTV's Shuga's Season 2.
3. Somadina Adinma:
Somadina started his acting career or profession at the age of 5. He never allowed his acting career to affect his education, he managed both very well and now he is a graduate.
4. Williams Uchemba:
Williams is one of the handsome child actors to rise up out of Nollywood during the 90s. He has special acting abilities, he knows how to play very emotional roles in movies that can make you cry. He is now married.
5. Denrele Edun:
Denrele Edun began his profession during the 90s as a child actor, he became fanous after he featured in kids program on NTA tittled The Kiddles Vision 101.
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