Queen Nwokoye


Queen Nwokoye is a Nigerian talented, lovable, entertaining and popular Nollywood star. She hails from Ihembosi, Ekwusigo Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria.

She was born on August 11, 1982 to Mr. and Mrs. Nwokoye- devoted members of the Catholic Church. Queen Nwokoye was born in a family of seven. She was bred in Lagos State for a while.

She started her education at Air Force Primary School and Queens Secondary School. The beautiful actress is also a graduate of Sociology and Anthropology from the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

Just like few Nollywood actresses, Queen Nwokoye is so secretive of her private life. Many still see the actress as a single-available lady but only few knows that she has walked down the aisle with her heartthrob.

Queen Nwokoye’s wedding took place in 2011.

Queen Nwokoye’s Movies

Queen Nwokoye made her acting debut in 2004 (after her National Youth Service) in a movie titled: Nna Men; and since then, she has starred in over two hundred home movies in the Nollywood.

The beauty actress of vast credit actually confessed that she had wanted to further her education in Law before fate brought her to the acting scene.

The screen star added that she gained the full support of her family when she started acted; which actually paved way for her outstanding performances in the acting ground.

However, Queen Nwokoye is well known for starring as the lead character in a 2014 film titled ‘Chetanna’.

The Nigeria-born film actress featured in movies like: Nna Men (2004)- directed by Andy Chukwu; His Majesty (2004); The Girl is Mine (2004); Security Risk (2004); Save The Baby (2005); Back Drop (2005); Speak The Word (2006); My Girlfriend (2006); Last Kobo (2006).

Others include: Lady of Faith (2006); Disco Dance (2006); Clash of Interest (2006); The Last Supper (2007) and When You Are Mine (2007).

She was also influential in other movies like: Angelic Bride (2008); Prince of The Niger (2009); Personal Desire (2009); League of Gentlemen (2009); Last Mogul of the League (2009); Jealous Friend (2009); Makers of Justice (2010); Mirror of Life (2011); End of Mirror of Life (2011).

The screen star also played amazing roles in these movies: The Cabals (2007); Show Me Heaven (2007); Short of Time (2007); Sand in My Shoes (2007); Powerful Civilian (2007); Old Cargos (2007); My Everlasting Love (2007); Confidential Romance (2007); The Evil Queen (2008); Temple of Justice (2008); Onoja (2008); Heart of a Slave (2008).

Her most difficult movie is Adure’ and its sequel Ada Mbano’. According to the Anambra state born actress, getting to speak the Imo State dialect in movie was so tasking.

The actress is happily married with a set of lovely twin boys. She is married to Mr. Uzoma, a handsome young man from Imo State. Queen Nwokoye’s husband, Uzoma, is based in Johannesburg, South Africa.

During the 2011 Best of Nollywood Awards, Queen Nwokoye won the Fresh Scandal Free Actress Award.

The naturally talented actress also won the Best Indigenous Female Actress Award in the 2015 ZAFAA African Film Academy Awards.

Also, in 2015 Best of Nollywood Awards, Queen Nwokoye won the Best Actress in a Leading Role (Igbo).