Queen Nwokoye (Actress) Biography
Queen Nwokoye Age
She was born on August 11, 1982, in Lagos State, Nigeria.
Queen Nwokoye Movies
- Nna Men (2004)
- His Majesty (2004)
- The Girl is Mine (2004)
- Security Risk (2004)
- Save The Baby (2005)
- Back Drop (2005)
- Speak The Word (2006)
- My Girlfriend (2006)
- Last Kobo (2006)
- Lady of Faith (2006)
- Disco Dance (2006)
- Clash of Interest (2006)
- The Last Supper (2007)
- When You Are Mine (2007)
- The Cabals (2007)
- Show Me Heaven (2007)
- Short of Time (2007)
- Sand in My Shoes (2007)
- Powerful Civilian (2007)
- Old Cargos (2007)
- My Everlasting Love (2007)
- Confidential Romance (2007)
- The Evil Queen (2008)
- Temple of Justice (2008)
- Onoja (2008)
- Heart of a Slave (2008)
- Female Lion (2008)
- Angelic Bride (2008)
- Prince of The Niger (2009)
- Personal Desire (2009)
- League of Gentlemen (2009)
- Last Mogul of the League (2009)
- Jealous Friend (2009)
- Makers of Justice (2010)
- Mirror of Life (2011)
- End of Mirror of Life (2011)
- Chetanna (2014)
- Nkwocha (2012)
- Ekwonga (2013)
- Ada Mbano (2014)
- Agaracha (2016)
- New Educated Housewife (2017)
- Blind Bartimus (2015)
Queen Nwokoye Husband|Queen Nwokoye Is She Married?
Nwokoye and her husband are a happily married couple. They got married in 2011. Her husband, Mr. Uzoma lives in Johannesburg and does not speak to the press much.
Nwokoye and Oluchi Uzoma are not public people. They do not like showing off their wealth and successful life to the media. In 2011, Queen was even described as a scandal-free actress of the year. She was not featured in any drama or controversies. It is her motto to keep her private life and her job apart.
Queen Nwokoye Twins
Nwokoye is the mother of three children. Her firstborn is a pair of twin boys. Recently, She welcomed a baby girl on her birthday. The news was shared on the Internet by Queen’s friend, the actress Oma Nnadi, who congratulated the couple.
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Queen Nwokoye Mother
She had disciplinarians as parents. To her, it was not much fun because her mum was a teacher and for that. She did not believe in wasting away time. Her mother believes that all your time should be put into good use.
Queen Nwokoye Wedding
It was a day of joy as Queen Nwokoye tied the knot traditionally in her home town, the wedding which had actresses like Mary Remi Njoku, Tessy Oragwam as Aso Ebi ladies was so colorful.
Queen Nwokoye Education
Nwokoye completed her primary school education in Enugu, Nigeria. She obtained her First School Leaving Certificate. She completes her primary school education as she proceeded to Queens College in Enugu, Nigeria. And obtained her West African Senior School Certificate (WAEC).
After her secondary education, she proceeded to Nnamdi Azikiwe University where she studied sociology and anthropology. She grew up with the ambition of becoming a lawyer. She became passionate about acting while in school.
Queen Nwokoye Career
In 2004, Nwokoye joined the Nigeria movie industry (Nollywood) and made her acting debut in the movie Nna Meen. The movie that brought her to limelight and ever since then, she has gone on to star in several Nigerian films.
Queen has acted in over 250 Nollywood movies which include Nna Meen, His Majesty, The Girl is Mine, Odum Na Akwaeke, Security Risk, Adaure, Save The Baby, Chetanna, among others. She is also known for starring as the lead character in a 2014 popular film titled Chetanna.
Nwokoye’s acting skills have encouraged a lot of movie lovers to watch more Nollywood films.
Queen Nwokoye Awards
Nwokoye in the cause of her acting career has won several awards which include;
- 2011 Best of Nollywood Awards: Best Supporting Actress in an English Movie (Nominated); Best Scandal Free Actress (Won).
- 2012 Nollywood Movies Awards: Best Actress in an Indigenous Movie (non-English speaking language) Nominated
- 2013 Best of Nollywood Awards: Best Lead Actress in an English Movie (nominated)
- 2014 Nollywood Movies Awards: Best Indigenous Actress (Nominated)
- 11th Africa Movie Academy Awards: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Nominated)
- 2015 Zulu African Film Academy Awards: Best Actor Indigenous (Female) (Won)
- 2015 Best of Nollywood Awards: Best Actress in a Leading Role (Igbo) (Won)
- 2016 City People Entertainment Awards: Face of Nollywood Award (English) (Won)
Other awards includes: Best Actress of the Year at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, Most Promising Actress in Nigeria at the City People Entertainment Awards, Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Best of Nollywood Awards, Best Indigenous Female Actress of the Year at the ZAFAA African Film Academy Awards, Face of Nollywood at the City People Entertainment Awards and Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards.
Queen Nwokoye Net Worth
Nwokoye is currently one of the richest and most influential actresses in Nigeria. Her net worth is estimated to be about N100 million.
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Queen Nwokoye twins and newborn daughter
This beautiful Nigerian actress is so secretive about her personal life that some of her fans are still thinking that she is single and has no children. But as you have already understood from the title of the post, she is a happy mother of three kids. If you want to know more about the private life of the woman, you have come to the right place. Keep reading to find out what we have managed to find about the Queen Nwokoye`s twins and her newborn daughter.
Queen Nwokoye is known throughout Nigeria for her unique acting talent, but her personal life remains top secret. Do you want to learn more about the Queen’s children? We will tell you what we know. Thanks to the persistent interest of the fans and our search for the information, we are happy to inform our dear reader that the beautiful actress is happily married to pastor Oluchi Uzoma since 2011. The man lives in Johannesburg, South Africa but hails from Imo State, Nigeria. Until 2018 they were happy parents of two twin boys, but in the middle of 2018, they welcomed a little bundle of joy.
In summer 2018, the beautiful woman felt the joy of motherhood again and gave birth to a wonderful baby girl. The first person who shared the news on social media was the friend of the actress, Oma Nnadi. She shared the old photos on which the Nollywood star was still pregnant and congratulated Queen Nwokoye for becoming a mother for the third child.
Queen is still trying to keep everything secret, so the rest of the details are unknown. We only know that a happy mother feels good, and her daughter, too. Queen Nwokoye is one of those actresses that is scandal-free and successfully keep their personal family life out of the media. Happiness is a blessing that needs to be kept private. We wish the woman strength and restraint in raising her children.