Oluebube Nwagbo, known simply as Ebube Nwagbo, is a Nigerian actress and entrepreneur who has made a name for herself through her exceptional talent in Nollywood movies, as well as her strong business IQ.
Born on the 24th of February 1983, Ebube is the eldest in the family of six.
The fast rising actress hails from Anambra state in Eastern Nigeria, where she attended the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, before studied Mass Communication at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University. Ebube also spent some of her early years growing up in Warri, Delta state.
Life As An Actress
Ebube’s journey into movies started in 2003 at the age of 20 with movies like Arrested by Love, Eyes of the Nun and Before my Eyes becoming the first three movies that brought her to limelight.
Interestingly, Ebube was still in school when she started shuffling between school and work as an actress. At that time also, she took up the responsibility of fending for her family. In one the movies titled Widow’s Cult, produced in 2003, the actress was paid a huge sum of N7million to shave off her hair. Today, it is said that the young actress is paid 2 to 3 million Nigerian Naira to appear in a movie. She has so far featured in more than 40 movies.
Life As An entrepreneur
Having gained much ground in the movie industry, Oluebube chose to try something else. In 2012, the posh baby launched her own hair extension business called PosHHair and an entertainment company called PoshWorld production. Through these, Ebube Nwagbo has acquired for herself a number of landed properties with a net worth of N150 million.
Ebube Nwagbo is still single.
The Pretty damsel said she is yet to meet her prince charming, who would love her for love’s sake.
According to her, it is very difficult to know who loves you for real, if you are already a public figure and still single. However, rumor has it that the actress has dated a number of famous Nigerians like Kanu Nwankwo, Ogbonna Kanu Emmanuel Emenike and even the popular pop singer Kcee but has in all been disappointed because according to her, it’s a price for stardom she had to pay.