Top 7 Nollywood Actresses That No Longer Grace Our Screens

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Remember those times in the late 1900s and early 2000s? When Nollywood began its movie journey and had a nostalgic feeling to it. Those times when movie feelings hit differently as children and adults. Remember moments when watching these actresses, we would cry, laugh, feel pity (especially for those poor kids that lost their mum), get angry, and laugh at Nollywood for its silly and unrealistic film tricks sometimes.

Well, we owe some of the credit to these ladies for giving us movies that entertained us when Mum and Dad wouldn’t let us go outside to play. That’s for children, the adults were always free to watch whenever they wanted to.

Nollywood began its journey with talented, groundbreaking and astounding actors and actresses, who made our entertainment journey as kids and adults memorable. Some of these actors and actresses are no longer active in the movie industry but their mark on entertainment would never be forgotten.

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These female actresses gave us their everything when acting and they deserve accolades. Credit needs to be given to these talented women who paved the way for younger female actresses and shaped female acting in Nollywood.

  1. Clarion Chukwura: Clarion Chukwura was a popular Nollywood actress known for her versatile acting skills. She has slowed down her acting career in recent years, focusing more on personal projects and other interests. She made her debut in the year 1984 and gave premium till she retired. Clarion Chukwura starred in many amazing movies throughout her career. Some of her notable movies include “Apaye: A Mother’s Love,” “Money Power,” and “Abuja Top Ladies.”
  2. Liz Benson: Liz Benson was a prominent Nollywood actress in the 90s and early 2000s. She made her debut in 1994 and graced our screens till she retired. She has taken a break from acting to focus on her family and other endeavours.
  3. Eucharia Anunobi: Eucharia Anunobi was a familiar face in Nollywood movies in the early 2000s. She has shifted her focus to other activities, including ministry work and humanitarian projects.
  4. Shan George: Shan George was a talented actress and filmmaker in Nollywood. She has taken a step back from acting to focus on her health and personal well-being.
  5. Hilda Dokubo: Hilda Dokubo was a respected actress in Nollywood known for her powerful performances. She has reduced her on-screen appearances to concentrate on other interests, such as activism and social work.
  6. Bimbo Akintola: Bimbo Akintola was a popular actress known for her strong on-screen presence. She has taken a break from acting to explore other opportunities and pursue personal projects.
  7. Victoria Inyama: Victoria Inyama was a well-known actress in Nollywood who starred in several popular movies. She has decided to step back from acting to focus on her family and personal life.
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All these great women entertained Nigeria and we can never thank them enough.

Written by Dike Ijeoma

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