12 Popular Yoruba Actors You Didn’t Know Are Non-Yoruba
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We take a look at 12 hugely popular Yoruba-actors who are not Yoruba by ethnicity.
See full list in the next series of Pages…
Fathia is Urhobo from Delta state. She was born on February 1969 at Ukwara, water side local government area of Delta State, southern Nigeria.
Toyin Aimakhu rose to fame in the past few years but many thought she is from Ibadan but instead she only grew up there.
The 31 year old actress hails from Edo state and born in Auchi.
She obtained a Higher National Diploma certificate in marketing from Ibadan polytechnic same class with Dibie, before she proceeded to Olabisi Onabanjo University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in philosophy
Mercy is from Edo state, she earned a degree in Theatre Arts from the University of Lagos in 2001, and joined the industry fully in 2006.
Mercy Aigbe, is married to a Nigerian hotelier and has three children and three stepdaughters.
She is presently one of the most sorted after actresses in Yoruba movie niche.
Popular Yoruba-actress Lilian Bach is only half Nigerian.
The stunning actress is born to a Polish father and a Nigerian mother.
She lived in varous parts of the country during her formative years, attending Army Childrens school, Port Harcourt and Idi Araba Secondary School, Lagos.
She briefly majored in Theatre arts at the University of Lagos.
The actor was born on August 21st, 1976 in Delta state as Kelvin Ngozi Ikeduba.
Kelvin has lived all his life in Lagos, he hails from Delta state and is an Economics graduate from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria.
His perfect mastery of Igbo, Yoruba and English languages has made him one of the most versatile actors in the Nollywood circuit, being able to fit comfortably well into both Yoruba and English movies.
7. Clarion Chukwura
Clarion Chukura – (born Clara Nneka Oluwatoyin Folashade Chukwurah on the 24th July 1964) is a Nigerian actress and humanitarian.
Chukwura was born as the only daughter in a family of 4.
She is from Anambra state, popular music video director Clarence Peter is her son. His father is popular fuji musician Shina Peters.
She attended Primary, Secondary and film schools, Wale Adenuga’s PEFTI, and graduated in 2006.
She was married to Daniel Ademonikan and they have a son together.
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