As Hollywood is for United States, same as Nollywood is for Nigeria. When Nollywood is mentioned, let your mind take you to Nigeria.
In Nigeria, there are some actors and actresses that are paid better than others. This is due to facts that some are more consistence, talented and more experienced.
In this article, Brainnews will clearly list the top 5 (five) most paid actors in the industry at the moment.
Checkout their names below:
1. Richard Mofe-Damijo:
Richard Mofe-Damijo popularly known as RMD is the most paid actor in Nigeria, or better still in Nollywood.
So.. for that he falls under number one on this list.
His talent, experience and reputation speak for him in this regard. He charges N2 million (two million Naira) per movie.
2. Desmond Elliot:
Popular Nollywood actor, turn politician, Desmond Elliot is the second most paid Nollywood actor. So for that feat, he charges N1.7 million per movie. His experience in the game reveals his worth for the cash.
3. Jim Iyke:
Jim Iyke happens to be the third most paid Nollywood actor. He is known as ‘Nollywood bad boy’ due to the role he plays in his movies. He charges N1.5 million per movie he features.
4. Chidi Mokeme:
Chidi Mokeme falls under the 4th list on this article, here we mean that he is the fourth most paid actor in the industry. Chidi is rated as one of the finest actor in Nollywood. He receives N1.3 million per movie.
5. Ramsey Nouah:
Ramsey Nouah happens to be one of the most handsome Nollywood actor. He is simple, accommodating, humble and friendly. Why i’m i saying this? Yes, a friend of mind has had an encounter with him once at a Nigerian airport.
As the fifth most paid Nollywood actor, Ramsey goes home with N1.2 million per movie.
Conclusion: Actors are rated with their experience and consistency in a given industry. This article is not an exception. Do you think we had omitted any name or had rated a particular action in the wrong way.
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