Sola Sobowale speaks on 20 years acting career

Sola Sobowale speaks on 20 years acting career

- Veteran Nollywood actress, Sola Sobowale, has spoken up on her journey as a thespian

- The filmmaker who has been in the industry for 20 years recently spoke in an interview with Channels TV

- According to Sobowale, if there is something like reincarnation, she will come back as an actor

The Nigerian movie industry is no doubt a thriving enterprise and many people have been able to become stars due to their talented displays that are well appreciated.

Despite that, many people have claimed that the entertainment industry in the country is not lucrative and does not pay celebrities well. However, this has not stopped others from having a great love for their profession.

Veteran Nollywood actress, Sola Sobowale, who has been in the industry for 20 years now, recently spoke in an interview with Channels TV and shared some of the details about her journey as an actress.

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The film star said that her father was a retired principal and her mother was a retired headmistress and that both her parents wanted her to be a teacher as well.

Sobowale said that she did not want to become a teacher because they were not well paid so she decided to stay with her older sister in Ibadan and that was where her journey to become an actress began.

The King of Boys star said that her father eventually became proud of her when she started to win awards and he used to go and collect some on her behalf.

Sola Sobowale said that if there is anything like reincarnation, she will come back to this world as an actor.

See the full interview below:

Interesting.

In other news, Legit.ng reported that veteran Nollywood actress, Ngozi Nwosu, spoke in an exclusive interview about how she is still open to marriage.

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When speaking with Legit.ng and was asked if she still wants to get married, she said: “Why not? If I find the right ololufe?”

Speaking further in the interview, the actress shared her opinion on being in a polygamous home.

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