Biography Profile: Ngozi ezeoni

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Ngozi Ezeonu is a pioneer actress in Nollywood. The beautiful actress is also an entrepreneur, a philanthropist and once a journalist.

Ngozi Ezeonu Background

Ngozi Ezeonu was born on the 23rd of May, 1963, to Mr D.O Ikpelue and Mrs Ezenwanyi Joy Nonyelum Ikpelue in Owerri, Imo State. The veteran actress has six siblings and is an indigene of Ogbunike in Anambra State, Nigeria.

Ngozi Ezeonu always had a thing for art and decided early that she would become a journalist. After secondary school, she went on to study Journalism at the Nigeria Institute of Journalism (NIJ). Ngozi Ezeonu is married to Mr Edwin Ezeonu. They have been married for twenty-five years, and they are blessed with four children.

Ngozi Ezeonu Career

Ngozi Ezeonu was first a journalist before she became a Nollywood actress. As a journalist, she worked with Radio Lagos and Eko FM. Ngozi never thought of being an actress, but life happened.

One day, she came across Zeb Ejiro, who asked her to be part of the cast for his movie – Nneka the Snake Girl. She obliged, and that was how her journey in the Nigerian movie industry began. The movie was a hit, and it took her to the limelight in the Nigerian film industry.

Ngozi Ezeonu’s Filmography

1994 – 2007

  • Ada Vigilante
  • End of Ada Vigilante
  • Evil Project
  • Senseless
  • Best Honeymoon
  • Enslaved
  • Definition of Love
  • End of a Princess
  • Glamour Girls – 1994
  • Nneka The Pretty Serpent – 1994
  • I Swear – 2004
  • Occultic Kingdom – 2005
  • Abuja Top Ladies – 2006
  • The Love Doctor – 2007
  • Royal Grandmother 1 and 2 – 2007

2008 – 2016

  • Tears in My Eyes – 2008
  • Throne of Tears 1, 2 and 3 – 2008
  • My Darling Princess – 2008
  • Tears of a Prince – 2009
  • Sister Mary and Ossy – 2009
  • Stone Face – 2009
  • Secret Shadows 1 and 2 – 2010
  • Wise In-Laws – 2010
  • A Private Storm – 2010
  • Adesuwa – 2012
  • Shattered Mirror – 2012
  • The Kings and Gods – 2012
  • Broken Engagement – 2013
  • Palace War – 2014
  • Tears of a Virgin – 2014
  • Luscious Lucy – 2016
  • Tears of the Innocent – 2016
  • Zenith of Sacrifice – 2016
  • Heritage – 2016

2017 – 2019

  • Tears and Glory – 2017
  • Child of Pain – 2017
  • Tell Me Why – 2017
  • Pretty Little Thing – 2017
  • Family Secret – 2017
  • A Better Family – 2018
  • Lion Heart – 2018
  • Confessor – 2018
  • Different Worlds – 2019
  • Seed of Destruction – 2019
  • Dusted Crown – 2019
  • Crazy Princess – 2019
  • On All Sides – 2019
  • Run Away From Love – 2019
  • If Trouble Comes – 2019
  • Making a King – 2019

Ngozi Ezeonu Quotes

“It takes a lot to be an actress. It takes time, patience, perseverance. You might not be at home when he needs you. So if he says no to your dream of being an actress, then kill the dream because if you don’t, you may lose your family and the career.”

“I advise up and coming artists to let their heads remain on their shoulders which is the most difficult aspect of stardom – that is stardom management.”

“My advice to up and coming artists is that they should not be desperate because desperation is evil and can lead them to do anything to achieve their aims.”

“Love means understanding, trust, sharing and giving.”

“I’m not a proud person because I love making an impact on peoples’ lives.”

“Women’s ability to multitask better than men indicate that women will actually make great leaders.”

“A woman must be ready to be in a man’s house before she gets in there. If not, at the end of the day, she will walk out of the marriage before anyone knows it.”

“By perseverance, the snail reaches the ark. Never give up or sit down and grieve. Keep pressing on and the sky will be your limit.”

Awards And Nominations Of Ngozi Ezeonu

  • Best Supporting Actress nominee at the 8th Africa Movie Academy Awards – 2012
  • Nollywood Movies Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role – 2013
  • The Most Outstanding Queen of Nollywood at the Nollywood Honour Awards – 2019

Ngozi Ezeonu’s Net Worth

According to informationcradle.com, Ngozi Ezeonu is estimated to be worth $650,000.

Life Lesson From Ngozi Ezeonu

Keep Your Options Open And Stay Flexible

Life is not rocket science, and it’s not that difficult. As an entrepreneur, your chosen business venture may not pan out well. The fact it didn’t work out doesn’t mean you should give up on your entrepreneurial dream, or kill yourself trying to figure it out. If you get an opportunity to try out something else, launch at it, as that might be your ticket to success.

From Ngozi’s life story, I’ve come to realize that you can grow to love what you do. Ngozi Ezeonu didn’t have any passion for acting, she only wanted to become a journalist. When an acting opportunity came, she took it and has grown to love her acting career as she loved journalism.

Keep Learning

Any man who thinks he has arrived and knows it all is on the way to his downfall. Ngozi Ezeonu understands that change is the only constant thing in life. As such, she keeps learning, re-learning and unlearning things that has helped her in her career.

As an entrepreneur, you keep learning, because there are always better and innovative ways of doing thing. Life and business should be about continuous improvement. If you remain complacent, you will be left behind and that is not good for business.