Nkem Owoh, Biography & Net Worth

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Nkem Owoh, Biography & Net Worth 2020

Ever since Ukwa rose to the hall of fame through his comic style of acting and his famous song Mugu, a lot of persons have been wanting to know about him. Hiphopafrika in her usual has provided you with every information you would need to know about Ukwa, his biography, net worth, career and so many others.

Biography

Nkem Owoh prominently known as Ukwa, is a popular actor and humorist of the Nollywood business. He was conceived on seventeenth of October 1960, at Amagu town, Udi town, Enugu state, Nigeria. He had his essential and auxiliary school instruction at Nsukka, and later enlisted at the University of Ilorin and Institute of Management Technology where he came out with a degree. He worked with WACO Engineering for a year, however, his desire of turning into an actor couldn’t permit him to work for a decent number of years. He left the work in quest for his fantasy calling. His first job was in a film called “Hover of Doom,” where he assumed the job of a traditions official. He has additionally had a go at scripting.

With respect to his own life, he is hitched to Ngozi NkemOwoh, they got hitched in 1998 and they have two girls. In 2009 he was captured, the hoodlums requested 15 Million Naira for delivering. The family couldn’t manage the cost of the cash requested so they paid a lot littler sum for the actor to be released. Luckily, the actor was released and he assumed the job of Chief Godswills in the film named LionHeart.

Net Worth

NkemOwoh’s net worth according to so many other sites is estimated to be $3.9 Million.

Roles and Awards

He won the honor of the “Best Actor in a Lead Role” from the African Movie Academy Awards. To this date, Nkem Owoh has had jobs in excess of 100 films, among them are: “Things Fall Apart” in 1987, “Ukwa” 2000, “Onye-Eze” 2000, “Counterfeit Doctor” 2001, “Cop” 2002, People likewise know Nkem Owoh as the creator of a tune called “I go hack your cash.” This is a tune from the film “The Master,” where he assumed the job of a fraudster in the film. The Nkem’s comical inclination and acting ability made him a popular actor, yet in 2004 he had a few issues with acting in view of troublesome and costly agreement requests.

 

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