Popularly known for her roles in Mary the Hunter (2014), Mary the Hunter 2 (2014) and Mummy Why (2016), Chinwe Owoh is a well-known figure in Nigerian Film Industry, Nollywood.
She is often referred to as ‘Mummy Chinwe” and “Mama of Nollywood” by younger colleagues and friends from the industry. She is loved and respected by most of the actors for being a very humble, caring, and straightforward actress, who bears the motherly nature even in real life.
Chinwe has been able to grab the attention of the viewers with her image of having a “perfect cry face.” She can undoubtedly perfect the portrayal of rolling on the ground, screaming and crying.
Chinwe Owoh's Wiki & Age
Chinwe was born and raised in Enugu state, holding a Nigerian nationality. The actress completed her primary, secondary and tertiary education in Enugu and headed towards the movies.
Chinwe mainly focused on the movies produced in Southeastern Nigeria when she joined the Nollywood industry. She has been sustaining for more than two decades now in the mainstream acting, grabbing strong roles that well-suit her character.
The Nollywood veteran, who is 61 years of age has been able to reach her viewers with her outstanding acting and natural depiction of roles. Although there is no certainty on what ethnicity from Southeastern Nigeria she belongs to, Chinwe is known to be a God fearing lady.
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Chinwe Owoh Career, Net Worth
Chinwe, best known for playing the good wife, the widow, or queen mother rose to fame with her role in the blockbuster Nollywood movie, Mothering Sunday.
Her appearance and presentation of her role were not only limited within the producers and directors, but the viewers also preferred to watch her verisimilar portrayal of the role.
Chinwe started getting more and more movies like Raging Tiger, Traditional War, Sorrow and Tears, Sorrowful Passion, Lost Wealth, King of Igbo Land, Remote Control, Romeo, Beyond the Verdict, Nigerian Girls, For the Love of Money, The Village Killer, After My Heart, Royal Tears, Skolastica, Python Queen and Black Christmas.
Chinwe’s acting career has set a landmark not only in the Nigerian Film Industry but in the overall world of movies. Though not revealed officially, she must have earned a satisfying amount of property and luxury. Thus, there is no doubt about the fact that Chinwe carries a good amount of net worth.
Chinwe Owoh wishes Nigerian Leader Pete Edochie on his birthday on 4 April 2018. (Photo: Pete Edochie's Instagram)
As of now, Chinwe serves as the state chapter chairperson of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN).
Married - Husband, Children
As per the rumors, Chinwe was formerly married to the famous Nigerian Comedian, Nkem Owoh.
However, Chinwe and Nkem both have stated that they are not couples but in-laws. Nkem is supposedly married to a lady named Ngozi Nkem Owoh and has two beautiful daughters with her.
Chinwe, on the other hand, has not opened up about her husband, family, children, and grandchildren publically. Not surprisingly, there is no official report on Chinwe dating or getting married to someone.