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Nigerian celebrities who acted in South African shows

Akin Omotoso

Not only did he act in the South African shows, the legendary actor produced movies in SA and opened a production company (T. O. M pictures) with Kgomotso Matsunyane and Robbie Thorpe. He had leading roles in Generations where he acted as Khaya Motene and Isidingo. He also directed Jacob's cross, Tell me sweet something and other movies.

Ramsey Nouah

Ramsey is one of the best actors in Nollywood. He began his acting career in the early 90s because he needed money for his General Certificate Education. He then got more famous when he starred in the Nigerian TV soap opera Fortunes. He has since appeared in numerous films starring as the lead role, and has been called 'Lover-Boy' for his numerous roles in romantic films. Early this year he got a leading role in the South African movie Slay showing on Netflix. He acted along Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa, Simphiwe Ngema, Thandeka Dawn King and others.

Fabian Lojede

The Nigerian actor got more popular in SA when he played the role of Bola Abayomi (the troublesome bad boy). He has also featured in other mzansi shows like Isibaya and Isidingo.

Kendra Etufunwa

The Nigerian model and actress, played the role of Adana Soludo in MNET hit series Jacob's cross. She has also been featured in top publications such as South African Elle magazine, Glamour (SA) and modelled in advertisements for brands such as Castle Milk Stout, Pepsodent and Knorr.

Anthony Oseyemi

The Nigerian-British actor began his acting career in England where he acted in theatre. Later on he went back to school and after obtaining his Performing arts degree, he made the lead roles in many television serials including Jacob's cross, Traffick and Isidingo. He has also starred in the television serial, Wild at heart, The runaway, Strike back , and The Book of Negroes. In 2012, he made the appearance in an episode of the anthology series Mzansi Love : Ekasi Style. He also wrote SABC 1 Tempy Phushas.


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