The fact that the Nigerian movie industry called Nollywood is expanding positively is never in doubt over the years, it has been attracting hordes of white actresses who take part in joint productions with Nollywood Stars. Some of these female artistes include:
Mara Dewett:- Lovers of the home video ‘Osuofia in London’ must have noticed not only Nkem Owoh, but also the slim white Lady who played Nkem Owoh’s Late brother’s girl friend in the comedy. Her name is Mara Dewett, a Briton. The flick gave her so much prominence that a couple of roles were lined up for her from Nigerian producers shortly after.
Paula Becka:- She is one of the earliest whites to appear in any Nigerian home video Paula acted with Charles Awurum in the hit epic movie, ‘Ekulu’.
Daniella Moubarak:- She obviously impressed a lot of people and has won many fans too. Daniella played Ramsey Nouah’s wife in the Nollywood movie titled ‘Dangerous Twins’.
Eva Derrek:- Pretty Eva is an American and was part of the cast in the movie ‘Fated According to her, working in Nigeria was a worthwhile experience.
Miss Brigite:- Her Kiss with St Obi in ‘Dapo Jnr’, a movie shot in Holland and Nigeria has always raised dust. Pretty and tall Brigite won Nigerian fans for her performance.
Daniella Allen:- Half British, half Zimbabwean, she is one of the actresses who came for the production, “The Stolen Bible” in 2004.
Impressed by her performance, Daniella is set to storm Nigeria for more roles.
Sarah Bradford, Laura Smmers and Hens Henke:- They are all Americans who came to work in the set of ‘Fated’ although it was their first experience, they indicated interest to return again.
Apart from the actresses, some of their male counterparts have also featured in Nollywood movies among them are:-
Mr. Avinash:- A Lebanese, Mr. Avinash’s face is not new to Nollywood. He has sizzled in many home videos including ‘The Master’, a comedy which also featured Nkem Owoh as well as in ‘Shine Your Eyes’ among others.
Raud Gamble:- He is an American and was Thrilled to appear in his first Nollywood film ‘Fated’ according to him, he logged on to the internet when the offer to appear in a Nigerian film came to him.