Today, August 11, 2016 is Queen Nwokoye's birthday, and in honour of her birthday, we are sharing seven reasons the actress should be everyone's favourite.
Best known for her roles in movies like "Chetanna," "Mirror of Life," "Ada Mbano," "One Blood," among others, the actress is one of the most talented actresses in Nollywood.
Over the years, the actress has grown to become one of our favourites, proving that there's definitely more to Queen Nwokoye than a long list of movie credit.
Check out seven reasons the "Ada Mbano" should be your favourite.
She's not one of those you constantly see gracing different red carpet events, but the actress is without doubt one of the most beautiful.
Queen Nwokoye is one of those actresses in the supposed 'Old Nollywood' industry, that is yet to be given the due recognition her talent deserves.
From her comedy films to when she decides to be that 'serious' lead character, her acting skills are never in question.
That has to be one of the reasons why she has remained scandal free. She's one actress who is willing to share every part of her life, but her family - and we aren't complaining.
The movie "Ada Mbano" starred the actress as a local village girl from Imo State, Adure - A character she is very popular for.
The actress revealed that she had to learn the Imo State dialect of Igbo language from the director of the film.
The below viral video of the actress alongside Ken Erics, is enough proof that the actress is one of the funniest you can watch on screen.
Her characters in comedy movies like "Ekwongo," and "Aremu the Principal" also prove her expertise in comedy genre.
Watch funny video below.
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The actress won the 'Best Actor Indigenous Female' award at the ZAFAA African Film Academy Awards .
She won the award for her role in the 2014 Chigozie Atuanya movie "Chetanna." While the actress has won several other awards, the actress is one that deserves more recognition in the industry.