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PHOTOS: Meet Nollywood Actress Rachael Okonkwo, Children And Her Husband

Rachael Okonkwo is one of the most famous female Nigerian actresses that her fans love and cherish when it comes to entertainment. The actress has been in the film industry in Nigeria for over a few decades now and she is still doing wonders in the industry to date. She has been described in the Nigerian movie industry as one of the most beautiful actresses today. So, therefore, I will share with you information about her that you may not know and some of her beautiful in the cause of this article; pictures for those who may not know her.

Nkoli Nwa Nsukka is a successful Nigerian filmmaker, an actress, a model, a television personality, a singer, and Rachael Okonkwo Nnenna is popularly known among her fans. As a dancer and as a philanthropist. She was born on 26 May 1987 in the Nsukka local government area of Enugu state and is currently a beautiful and vibrant 32-year-old woman. In every movie she stars in, she is stunning, imaginative, talented, professional, and always knows how to play her roles perfectly. She still appears in romantic, action, epic, and glamorous movies in most of her films.

The actress is a proud native of Ukpata, a very famous town in Enugu state’s Uzo-Uwani local government district. In Nsukka, Enugu state of Nigeria, Rachael Okonkwo had both her primary and secondary school education and also received her first school leaving certificate and her West African Senior School Certificate of Education (WASSCE). At a very tender age, the actress began to cultivate passions for drama and stage presentation . She decided to pursue a drama-related course at a higher institution as a result of her love and passion for acting.

After completing her secondary education, she studied Mass Communication at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN). She started her film auditions during her stays at UNN and participated in so many stage performances. In the year 2005, she began her acting career absolutely, but she later abandoned it and ventures into music due to the lack of available opportunities for her to act. Rachael Okonkwo started her film career professionally in 2007 after she registered with the Actors Guilt of Nigeria. After being featured in the famous Nollywod movies titled “Royal War,” a movie she acted alongside some prominent Nollywood stars such as Van Vicker and Ini Edo in 2008, she gained her popularity. A few years later, she acted in the movie “Open and Close” as a supporting character, a movie she acted alongside Patience Ozokwor, John Okafor, Charlse Inojie, and Nuella Njibuigbo.

After participating in the Nollywood Igbo speaking film titled “Nkolu Nwa Nsukka,” the film was directed by Mac Collins, Rachael Okonkwo gained more fame in the year 2014. She was awarded Best Comic Actress in Indigenous Language at the African Movie Academy Awards as a result of her imaginative roles in the film. She is regarded as one of the most outspoken female celebrities who, when it comes to entertainment, has brought the Nigerian reputation to the next level. As a result of her high level of imagination and intellect, she has the opportunity to feature the film producer or director in any character given to her. Most of the time, she is seen in suspense, epic, urban, and comedy films.

 

 

Rachael Okonkwo has starred in more than 120 Nigerian movies so far in her acting career, some of which include; Left Over, Local Slut, Explain My Affection, Agatha, BlackBerry Madness, Please Leave My Husband, Pinging Ladies, Teri Teri, Eno My Calabar Love, Tears of Betrayal, and several other fascinating movies. She has also won and earned lots of awards both locally and globally for the cause of her film career. Some of her awards include: Best Indigenous Comedy Actress at the City People Entertainment Awards 2014, Best Comedy Actress of the Year at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, Best Indigenous Comedy Actress at the African Movie Academy Awards, just to name a few.

Therefore, after so much study, for those who may not know her, I present to you some beautiful pictures of Rachael Okonkwo. Check out some of her spectacular images below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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