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Victor Osuagwu
Nigerian actor

Victor Osuagwu

Victor Osuagwu
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Intro Nigerian actor
Is Actor
From Nigeria
Field Film, TV, Stage & Radio
Gender male
Birth Imo State, Nigeria
University of Port Harcourt
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Victor Osuagwu is a Nigerian actor who won the City People Movie Special Recognition Award at the City People Entertainment Awards and Is a former president of the Lagos State chapter of the Actors Guild of Nigeria.

Early life and education

Osuagwu is from Mbaise Local Government Area of Imo State in the south eastern geographical location of Nigeria. Osuagwu grew up in Surulere, Lagos State in south western part of Nigeria. Osuagwu completed both his primary and secondary school education in Nigeria where he obtained both his First School Leaving Certificate and WAEC certificate.


Osuagwu officially became recognized as a Nigerian actor in 1997. Osuagwu debuted into the Nigerian movie industry Nollywood with the second part of a movie titled Evil Passion 2 whilst an undergraduate in the university.


Osuagwu In 2015 became an ambassador for Nigerian multinational telecommunications company GLO.


Osuagwu won the City People Movie Special Recognition Award at the City People Entertainment Awards.

Personal life

Osuagwu is married to Roseline Nchelem, whom he met in 1990 and married in 2002. Osuagwu is also a Nigerian chief & bares the title of Ochibundu 1 of Udo Ancient Kingdom in Ezinihitte Mbaise LGA of Imo State.

Selected filmography

  • Keke Soldiers
  • Professional Beggars
  • My Classmate
  • Corporate Beggar
  • Evil Passion
  • Evil Passion 2
  • One Dollar (with Patience Ozokwor)
  • Adam Goes to School
  • He Goat
  • Ofeke
  • My Only Love
  • Lion Finger
  • Our Daily Bread
  • Onye Amuma (with Nkem Owoh)
  • The Chronicles (with Onyeka Onwenu & Segun Arinze)
  • Bird Flu
  • Powerful Civillian
  • Anti-Crime
  • Chelsea/Liverpool
  • Men On The Run
  • My Kingdom Come
  • Store Keeper
  • Tears From Holland
  • Joshua
  • Trouble Makers
  • My Only Love
  • No Shaking (with Chiwetalu Agu and Sam Loco Efe)
  • Nwa Teacher
  • Slow Poison
  • Onye-Eze
  • Agaba
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 07 May 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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