5 Nigerian Female Celebrities You Didn’t Were Biracial
5 Nigerian Female Celebrities You Didn’t Were Biracial

5 Female Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Biracial

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For clarity, the term, ‘biracial’ otherwise known as ‘multiracial’ is generally applied to individuals whose parents are from different racial backgrounds.

In the entertainment industry especially the Nollywood and music, these multi- racial female celebrities are doing great for themselves.

Looking at the breakneck speed of their success, these sterling divas have gone on to have successful careers in their chosen fields almost effortlessly.

Prime Business Africa presents you just 5 Nigerian Female Celebrities You Didn’t Were Multiracial

 

Caroline Danjuma

Caroline Danjuma

Caroline Danjuma was born to a Scottish father and a Nigerian mother. The actress studied Environmental Protection Management, Geography and Regional Planning at the University of Calabar. She made her screen debut in 2004, starring in some of Chico Ejiro’s popular films. In the wake of taking a break from the movie business, she made a comeback in 2016, producing and featuring in the romantic thriller ‘Stalker’.

 

Ibinabo Fiberesima

Ibinabo Fiberesima
Ibinabo Fiberesima

The Nollywood actress and ex-beauty queen was born to a Nigerian father and an Irish mother. She holds a Bachelor of Arts certificate in English Language and Literature from the University of Ibadan. Ibinabo made her debut as a film actress in the movie, Most Wanted, and has since gone on to star in several Nigerian films.

 

Sade Adu

Sade Adu
Sade Adu

Born January 16, 1959, Helen Folasade Adu popularly known as Sade Adu, is a Nigerian-British singer, songwriter, and actress, known as the lead singer of her eponymous band. Sade was born in Ibadan, Nigeria but brought up in Essex, England since 4. She is one of the most successful British female artists in history and often recognised as an influence on contemporary music.

 

Adunni Ade

Adunni Ade
Adunni Ade

The beautiful and versatile actress was born in Queens, New York, United States to a German American mother and a Yoruba father. She was brought up in Lagos and the United States respectively. She had her elementary schooling in Lagos and Ogun states. Her Lagos-based father, who is also a businessman, motivated her to study Accounting and she procured a degree in Accounting at the University of Kentucky in 2008. Adunni worked in the housing and insurance sectors in the United States and she ventured into fashion modelling and featured in America’s Next Top Model before joining the Nigeria movie industry.

 

Eku Edewor

Eku Edewor
Eku Edewor

Full name Georgina Chloe Eku Edewor-Thorley, the beautiful actress was born at Portland Hospital in London, along with her twin sister Kessiana to a Nigerian mum, Juliana Edewor and a British father, Hugh Thorley. Her mother is Juliana Edewor, an interior designer, restaurateur, and art collector originally from Delta State, while her father, Hugh Thorley, is British and has worked in the food and beverage supply and logistics industries. Although she is into movies now, she is best known for her work as host of the entertainment television program 53 Extra.

 

 


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