Aside this, I still live my normal life. Luckily for me, my husband supports my acting career. He is also into entertainment; he is a music video director, so he is understands my kind of work very well.
He is the father of my kids. RMD and I also have a connection, we have done such movie before. We both understand duty call."
Popular Nigerian nollywood actor, Yul Edochie survived a ghastly motor accident along Ore road on Tuesday. Yul, who is a son to one of Nigeria's most popular nollywood actor, Pete Edochie hails from anambra and he is also married with six kids.
How many movies have you done so far? I have done so many movies I have even lost count. What I do mostly is producing most of the movies my daughter, Regina, acts in. Did you take a break from the movie industry?
After that, I have featured in several other Nollywood movies. Asides all these, do you still find Nollywood interesting? My answer will be yes and no.
They didn't know she was an actress then, because in the UK, they hardly watch Nigerian movies, but they love her so much. "They all love each other. It's a perfect blend. I remember my daughter telling me 'Dad make sure you marry her.
My family is great, my family is wonderful. I love my kids to the moon. My kids are my friends. I have a wonderful family, a God-fearing family. And again, I'm successfully single. How do you relax? I read books, I do a lot of exercise, I go to the gym.
If there is love in the industry so many youths will be coming out; that is why most movies you see, you see more of the older faces in the industry instead of the younger ones. Can you tell us how far you've gone in your music career?
Also, I cut down on my unclad dresses. He made me understand that with age, you have to let go of certain things because life is a phase. Do you watch her movies? Odi: No. That is because I don't really have time to watch Nollywood movies.
I took the bull by the horns and when they started seeing me doing well in movies, they asked me to come back and I rejected the offer. So that was how I left Radio Nigeria. How did your journey to Nollywood begin? It was fine.