Ngozi Ezeonu (born May 23, 1965) is a Nigerian actress and former journalist. A native of Ogbunike, Ezeonu was born in Owerri to Dennis and Ezenwanyi Ikpelue. Prior to finding fame as an actress, she studied Journalism at the Nigerian Institute of Journalism and worked for Radio Lagos and Eko FM.
In 2012, she starred in Adesuwa, a role that earned her the Best Supporting Actress nomination at the 8th Africa Movie Academy Awards.
Although Ngozi is best known for her reprisal of mother figures, Ezeonu was originally cast as younger characters at the start of her acting career. In 1993, veteran film director Zeb Ejiro offered Ezeonu a supporting role as Nkechi, the antagonist’s best friend in the Igbo blockbuster Nneka The Pretty Serpent. This was followed by her role in 1994’s Glamour Girls as Thelma, a high society mistress.
Ngozi Ezeonu’s net worth as of 2021 is estimated to be $320, 000.
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