Chiamaka Nwokeukwu is a Nigerian actress and filmmaker born on April 20.
Chiamaka originally hails from Ohuru, Abia State, South-east Nigeria.
She is the eldest of her 3 siblings.
She studied Accounting at National Open University of Nigeria.
She started acting at the age of 18.
she is the brain behind movies like Lucy’s Dilemma, Wrong Thought, Blind Violence, Unknown Damage, Arabella, Awaken and so on.
She has also starred in over 30 movies such as Love and Lust, Play Girls, Innocent Devil, Between Two Worlds, Chinelo the Shy Virgin and so on.
She has worked with top actors which include the likes of Daniel K Daniel and Annie Macaulay Idibia.
Awards & Nominations
Chiamaka Nwokeukwu won the City People Movie Award for Best New Actress of the Year (English).
She has got nominations such as;
- Best Actress at the Choice Awards (2014) alongside Tonto Dikeh, Ruth Kadiri, Yvonne Okoro and Halima Abubakar.
- The Best African actress and Best African film at AFRIFIMO Awards (2014)
Chiamaka Nwokeukwu net worth has not been estimated.