Olumide Oworu, who is popular for his roles in MTV's "Shuga," "The Johnsons," and "A Soldier's Story" spoke to Pulse TV on difference between TV series and movies.
What's the different between acting for the small and big screen?
In a recent interview with Pulse Nigeria, Olumide Oworu who plays Weki on MTV's hit series "Shuga," and also recently received a nomination for his character in "A Soldier's Story," spoke on choosing between TV series and movies.
"That is a difficult question because movies allow you be multiple characters. You can do 5 movies and be five different people, and work on five different sets, and get exposed five different times," he said.
On a series, you can actually see a character grow. You can see the progression. You get to imprint yourself on the minds of people watching the show, and they get to love you more.
I don’t know if I can pick movies or series. I love both. At the end of the day it’s all about your schedule. And if my schedule can take both, then I’m more than willing to do movies and TV as well.
On Olumide Oworu's 21st birthday he was announced as a nominee in the Best Supporting Actor category of the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards for his role in “A Soldier’s Story.
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