Veteran Nollywood actress, Ngozi Nwosu has opened up about her life and career in an exclusive interview with NET TV. She also spoke about her regrets and memorable moments as well as her kidney ailment some years ago.
Ngozi started her career in the early 1990’s with English films before switching to the fast-growing indigenous sub-genre, including Igbo and Yoruba. joining the Yoruba and the Igbo.
One of best most popular roles was ‘Peace’ in the Amaka Igwe sitcom, Fuji House of Commotion.
Speaking about her role in the 1992 movie – Living In Bondage, in which she has been attributed as the first actress to kiss in a Nollywood film, she said she was just doing her job and everyone around her knew that. She advised talents who faced cases of harassment from their bosses or producers to stand their ground and if need be, harass those who are harassing them.
She confessed that 2012 was a trying period for her as she was diagnosed with a kidney ailment but thankfully, she overcame it.
When asked about her regrets, she said if there was any regret she has, it would be about things she should have done better career-wise.
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