There is an old adage that says, “life begins at 40.” Difficult to understand in many ways. But from that age, a person is said to be more likely to settled and secure on who they are and what they want in life.
In this article, I bring you top Nigerian actors who are more than 40 years old, yet they still look good and have their “swag”, and they are very successful as well. You may even think that they are using a "football age."
Ramsey Nouah is a Nigerian actor and director. He won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 2010 for his performance in the movie "The Figurine". At age 20, he was starting out as an aspiring musician prior to heeding a friend's advise to take a stab on acting. Later, he audition and instantly won the role of Jeff in an on-coming Nigerian television soap opera, Fortunes. By the age of 23, he was seen in Fortunes which was a smash hit. Captivating the viewers with his performance, he instantly rose to fame and became one of the most recognised face in the Nigerian entertainment industry. Ramsey is 50 years and he is still one of the finest actors in Nollywood.
Majid Michel is a Ghanaian actor, model, television personality, evangelist and a humanitarian. Majid Michel joined the Ghanaian movie industry (Ghallywood) and starred in the television series “Things We Do for Love” which brought him to limelight. After which he was given a lead role in the movie “Divine Love” alongside with actress Jackie Appiah and actor Van Vickers. Majid Michel also became famous in Nollywood after starring in the Nollywood blockbuster movie “Silent Scandal” alongside with Nollywood actress Genevieve Nnaji. Majid Michel has acted in more than 80 movies in both Ghana and Nigeria which include Chelsea, Agony of Christ, Silent Scandal, Divine Love, Forbidden Fruit, etc. This very good looking actor was born in September 1980, making him 40 years of age currently.
Chinedu Ikedieze, popularly known as Aki is a Nigerian actor, entrepreneur, and investor. He is best known for acting alongside Osita Iheme (Pawpaw) in most of the movies after their breakthrough as a duo in the 2002 film “Aki na Ukwa.” He has featured in over 150 films in a career spanning over 20 years. The popular Nigerian actor is 43 years old now is he still young looking for his age.
Joseph van Vicker, better known as Van Vicker, is a Ghanaian actor, movie director and humanitarian. Van Vicker’s movies are loved by many people in Ghana, Nigeria and other African countries. Everyone appreciates his incredible charm and appealing personality, as well as his talent to play the romantic characters in the movies. He considers himself a global citizen, as his family is multinational (Ghanaian/Liberian mother and Dutch father). He is currently 43 years old and still has his “swag” intact.
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