Nigerian Actress, Ireti Doyle Speaks About Being A Grandmother And Being Perceived As A No Nonsense Actress


Nigerian Actress, Ireti Doyle Speaks About Being A Grandmother And Being Perceived As A No Nonsense Actress

By Oluwatosin Ajayi

Veteran Nigerian actress, Ireti Doyle, has described the feeling of being a grandmother at 51 as surreal saying she is indeed blessed.

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The Tinsel star actress an interview with NET TV, spoke about her preference of series over movies as there is enough time to rehearse a script and get into character unlike acting in a movie which does not give the luxury of time.

Speaking on being perceived as a ‘no-nonsense’ actress, she said “Are you referring to my work ethics or the characters that I play? For the characters that I play, there was a show called Fuji House of Commotion, who remembers that? There was a character called Sisi Caro, who recalls that? I run the gamut, I can play hard, I can play soft, I can play cunny, I can be soft, I can be hard, I can be serious, I am an actor”.

She also spoke about the ‘DSTV I Am campaign’ and her best food, which is beans with grains of garri sprinkled on it.

Watch full interview –

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