Nollywood Actress Uche Ogbodo was Born in Enugu State, Uche’s journey into Nollywood began following the decision of her father to register her with the Actors Guild of Nigeria in Enugu State. Since her since debut in 2006, she has went on to star in several films while playing key roles.Uche Ogbodo is an actress, known for The Laptop (2008), The Laptop 2 (2008) and Royal Palace (2005). She has been married to Apo Arthur since October 2, 2013.
- Royal Palace
- Simple Baby
- Price of Fame
- Over Heat
- Light Out
- Forces of Nature
- Be My Val
- Power of Beauty
- Yankee Girls
- Spirit of Twins
- Family Romance
- Honour My Will
- His Last Action
- His Holiness
- Four Sisters
- The Laptop
- Turning Point
- Raging Passion
- Sacrifice for Marriage
- Festac Town
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Here’s The Interview Granted with her some years back, Fair-skinned Nollywood damsel, Uche Ogbodo, who has just returned from the United States after the delivery of her baby girl, is no stranger to controversies. The current one rocking her boat is about her failed marriage to ex-Nigerian footballer, Ato Ubby. While some say she dumped the man because he had a brain tumor, others accused the actress of marrying the hapless footballer only for money. But Uche is back and ready to tell her own side of the story about her marriage and other issues:
What have you been up to since you came back?
It’s just two weeks that I came back. I haven’t really been up to anything. I’m still new, so I’m still trying to weigh the current and know where to land
Don’t you want to be an actress any longer?
I have always been an actress. I didn’t quit. I was just pregnant and pregnancy is like a curse. It took me a while, but now I’m out of that. I need to re-organise myself and get back to my work
Did you do any movie after your Turning Point premiere?
Turning Point is not my movie, my friend produced the movie and I only went to support it during the premier
What movies have you done recently?
I’ve done a lot of movies; I did Festac Town for iROKOtv, I did Raging Passion, Sacrifice for Marriage, and I did a lot of other movies even while I was pregnant.
Have you left your husband for real?
The marriage didn’t work out.
Was it really a marriage? It was a marriage but we didn’t do any wedding. We didn’t do any court marriage or church wedding. We did nothing. We didn’t even do traditional marriage but in my culture, there are many processes to getting married and I did a few of those, so you can say I was married. In Igbo land, there are rites you adhere to before you can say this is my wife and I did a couple of them.
Why did you do the rites in secret?
You cannot do rites openly; it’s just a family thing, family members only. It’s not a traditional wedding. If I had done traditional wedding, I would definitely invite people. If I had done a white wedding, I would have invited people. If I had done a court marriage, I would still have invited people but it was just rites. I didn’t do anything the public needed to know, so you can’t say I did any marriage in secret.
SOURCE: WIKIPEDIA, Vanguardngr.com