Nigerian actress Grace Amah still stands her ground over the fact that most new actors are disrespectful.

Nigerian actress Grace Amah still stands her ground over the fact that most new actors are disrespectful.

Nigerian actress Grace Amah still stands her ground over the fact that most new actors are disrespectful.

The actress revealed that most of the actors have failed to realize that they are in an Africa setting and as the customs demand you must respect those that were there or are your senior colleagues.

In her recent interview, she stressed that

"Yes, I still maintain that. I'm just going to be fair to those who have that respect, but majority of them don't even care if you are an older actor or you just came in yesterday. They just see you as an actor and that is it, But in a culture where we are Nigerians and Africans, we should be able to respect those who were there before us and our senior colleagues."

But the new actors, they stroll in whenever they feel they should stroll in. Maybe because they tend to have the support of the producer or director on their side, but I feel that as a professional, you should be able to act as one. When there is a call time, you get there on time. And some of them just stroll in at the time they want to stroll in and they expect that they should be attended to immediately. So I think the disrespect still exists in recent times," she said.

Grace Amah is a native of Ebunwana-Etta in Ebonyi State. The actress made her acting debut as a 13year old character in the movie "Chains," which was Produced by Louis Isikaku. Her role in the Teco Benson movie, "Elastic Limit," and the popular television series, "Super Story (One Bad Apple)," gave her the big break she needed. A mother of one, the actress welcomed her son, Samuel, in 2011.

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