5 Nollywood Actresses Who Rose to Fame Through ‘Showmax Originals’

Streaming platforms have become a hub for discovering new talents, and Showmax is leading the pack in showcasing rising stars in Nollywood.

Showmax has been instrumental in bringing together established Nollywood figures with emerging talents, giving these rising stars a platform to showcase their skills in the entertainment industry. These talents are making waves and leaving a mark in the entertainment space with their impressive performances.

In the spirit of celebrating women’s season, let’s shine a spotlight on 5 talented rising stars who have found their footing through Showmax:

Scarlet Gomez:

You might recognize Scarlet Gomez from her role as ‘Fadekemi’ in the Africa Magic TV Series, “My Flatmates,” or perhaps as the ambitious “Iron Lady” in Showmax’s “Wura.” Her stellar performance in “Wura” earned her a nomination for Best Actress at the 2023 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA). Scarlet’s versatility and acting prowess have solidified her position as a captivating actress we love to watch.

Ruby Okezie:

Ruby Okezie’s journey to fame includes appearances in movies like “Palava!,” “Glamour Girls,” “Beautiful Liar,” and “The Bait.” However, her breakthrough came with her role as Victoria Atem in Showmax’s legal drama series, “Agu.” Ruby’s dedication to her craft, including binge-watching “The Lincoln Lawyer” to understand legal nuances, has paid off. Her lead role in Showmax’s “Cheta M” further showcases her talent, setting her on the path to becoming a sought-after actress in Nollywood and beyond.

Oluchi Amajuoyi:

In Showmax’s epic series “Cheta M,” Oluchi Amajuoyi shines as Adanna, the central character. With notable roles in films like “Ordinary Fellows” and “Living With You,” Oluchi’s portrayal of Adanna exhibits courage, innocence, and remarkable beauty. Her performance in “Cheta M” proves her ability to embody complex characters with depth and emotion.

Martha Ehinome:

Martha Ehinome, a theatrically trained actor, has made her mark in Showmax’s Nigerian Telenovela “Wura” as Tumininu “Tumi” Kuti. Additionally, she captivates audiences as Amanda in the nostalgic series “The Origin: Madam Koi-Koi.” Martha’s versatility and talent shine through in her performances, drawing viewers into the characters she portrays.

Uzoamaka Onuoha:

Uzoamaka Onuoha’s acting prowess has earned her recognition in various films, television, and theatre productions. From “If I am President” to “Blood Sisters,” Uzoamaka’s diverse roles highlight her ability to bring characters to life. Her lead role in Showmax’s psychological thriller “Diiche” showcases her talent in captivating storytelling. Additionally, she takes the spotlight in Africa Magic’s “Theory of Breakfast,” further solidifying her place among the emerging stars reshaping Nollywood.

These talented actresses are proof that Showmax is not just a streaming platform but a launchpad for rising stars to showcase their talents and make a mark in the entertainment industry.

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