List of Asaba Nollywood male actors

While it appears Lagos Nollywood (if that’s the right term to use) gets better repute than movies from Asaba, the latter actually boasts of a larger industry and perhaps also a bigger market.

In addition, some Asaba movies arguably have better storylines than their Lagos counterparts. Lagos productions which are often targeted at the cinemas, ROK channels occasionally, and more recently Netflix have been criticized multiple times for only focusing on the glitz and glamour without paying due attention to the stories they churn out.

A good example is “Chief Daddy” by Ebony Productions with its ensemble cast of A-listers but with a completely insipid story.

Also, Asaba movies have contributed immensely to getting Nollywood to where it is today. Even some of the biggest actors and actresses we have in Nigeria today started in Asaba, including the likes of Genevieve Nnaji, Rita Dominic, Jim Iyke, Chioma Chukwuka, Ramsey Nouah, Uche Jombo, Stephanie Okereke, Ruth Kadiri, and many others.

Here are Nollywood male actors known for mostly featuring in Asaba movies:

1. Zubby Michael

2. Diamond Okechi

3. Yul Edochie

4. Frederick Leonard

5. Nosa ‘Baba’ Rex

6. Somadina Adinma

7. Walter Anga

8. Jerry Amilo

9. Junior Pope

10. Emma Ehumade a.k.a Labista

11. Sylvester Madu

12. Daniel K Daniel

13. Mike Godson

14. Nonso Diobi

15. Emeka Ike

16. Mike Ezuruonye

17. Chidi Mokeme

18. Bob-Manuel Udokwu

19. Kenneth Okonkwo

20. Ben Okonkwo

21. Tony Umez

22. Ejike Asiegbu

23. Don Brymo

24. Sambasa Nzeribe

25. Amaechi Muonagor

26. Linc Edochie

27. Ken Erics

28. Dave Ogbeni

29. Chigozie Atuanya

30. Charles Okocha a.k.a Igwe 2Pac

31. Toosweet Annan (Ghana)

32. Frank Artus (Ghana)

33. Clem Ohameze

34. Onny Michael

35. Stephen Odimgbe a.k.a Flashboy

36. Jerry Williams

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