- Nigerian actor Yul Edochie has listed the names of the people who helped to shape his acting career
- Edochie mentioned RMD, Ramsey Nouah, Desmond Elliot, Jim Iyke and others
- The actor revealed that the men have his respect
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Nollywood actor Yul Edochie has gone down memory lane to recall the days of his little beginning in his acting career.
According to the entertainer, as he said his morning prayers, his mind travelled down to when he just started acting.
Taking to his official Instagram page, the father of four listed the names of the people in his industry who helped to shape his acting career. Edochie noted that they have his respect.
According to him, RMD, Ramsey Nouah, Desmond Elliot, Jim Iyke, Mike Ezuruonye, Nonso Diobi and others, all contributed to his early days in the industry.
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He revealed that when he was just starting out, if he doesn't have the money to buy their movies, he would rent from video clubs. Edochie said that he wasn't just watching their movies alone, he was also learning how to act.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the actor once celebrated Diobi for housing him when he was an upcoming entertainer in Lagos. He revealed that it was not only him that was housed by Diobi.
According to Edochie, the actor was always ready to assist and encourage others.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Yul Edochie said that Olu Jacobs remained one of the greatest actors Africa has produced.
In a lengthy note penned down on Instagram, Edochie revealed that he decided to celebrate the veteran actor for impacting his career in its early days.
He said that the veteran actor was very accommodating and nice and that he spent a lot of time trying to study his acting style.
In another story, the actor blasted teachers who flogged students for speaking their native languages in class.
According to the film star, teachers who flog students for speaking their native language and also calling it vernacular should be ashamed of themselves.
Speaking further, the actor said that the white people had really messed up the brains of many Africans.
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