Queen Nwokoye: Biography, Age, Career, Family And Movies

Queen Nwokoye: Biography, Age, Career, Family And Movies

Queen Nwokoye

Queen Nwokoye (born August 11, 1982) is a talented, lovable, entertaining and popular Nigerian film actress. She is best known for starring as the lead character in a 2014 film titled Chetanna.

Early life and education

Nwokoye was born in Lagos State into a Catholic family but she hails from Ihembosi in Ekwusigo Local Government of Anambra State Nigeria. She started her Education at Air Force primary school. She completed her secondary school education at Queen’s College, Enugu before she proceeded to Nnamdi Azikiwe University Awka, Anambra state where she studied sociology and anthropology. She grew up with the ambition of becoming a lawyer.

Career

Since making her acting debut in 2004 in a film titled Nna Men, Nwokoye has gone on to star in several Nigerian films, winning awards and earning nominations.

Filmography

  • 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)
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  • Evil Coffin (2016)

Awards and nominations

Year Award ceremony Prize Result Ref
2011 2011 Best of Nollywood Awards Best Supporting Actress in an English Movie Nominated
Fresh Scandal Free Actress Won
2012 2012 Nollywood Movies Awards Best Actress in an Indigenous Movie (non-English speaking language) Nominated
2013 2013 Best of Nollywood Awards Best Lead Actress in an English Movie Nominated
2014 2014 Nollywood Movies Awards Best Indigenous Actress Nominated
2015 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 2016 City People Entertainment Awards Face of Nollywood Award (English) Won

Personal life

Queen Nwokoye is married to Mr Uzoma with whom she has a set of twin boys and a daughter