Ada Ameh, an award-winning actress, in a recent interview spoke candidly with host Chude Jideonwo about her life’s journey, including her work, early motherhood, and the death of her daughter.
The actor spoke excitedly to host Chude about recent projects like Oloture and a comedy skit with MClively, exuding gratitude and love for life and her craft. She is known for her excellent interpretation of scripts and her roles in movies and TV shows such as The Johnsons, My Village People, Domitilla, Phone Swap, and most recently Olutore.
Sadly, the actress had a difficult year in 2020, as she lost her only daughter on October 20th. Commenting on her loss, the actor confessed that life and work has never been the same since her child’s death.
She said: “I am just trying to get myself now. She is, she was, that one that could look me in the eyes and tell me the way it is without mincing words, my cheerleader, my gossip partner, my best friend”.
Regarding Oloture, she said: “I was very happy to speak in my native dialect which is Idoma”.
The actress also spoke about being a fangirl of love and dating in the industry.
“We have been dating for six years,” she stated when asked about the photo of her lover she shared on Instagram. I am in love with this man, and I believe he is in love with me as well.”
Ada Ameh has maintained a successful profession for the past twenty-five years, deftly leaping over obstacles, and she credits her success to God’s love and grace.
“The only jazz that made me be here today is God”, she says.
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