Ini Edo

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Ini Edo
Ini-Edo-1.jpg
Born (1982-04-23) April 23, 1982 (age 34)
Akwa Ibom, Nigeria
Occupation Actress
Years active 2000–present
Spouse(s) Philip Ehiagwina (2008–2014)[1]

Ini Edo is a Nigerian actress. She began her film career in 2000,[2] and has featured in more than 200 movies since that time. Edo is a Theatre Arts graduate of the University of Calabar.[2] In 2008 she was married to American-based Nigerian businessman Philip Ehiagwina.[1] In 2013, she was announced as judge for the Miss Black Africa Uk Pageant.[3] Due to her philanthropic gestures, the United Nations appointed her as the United Nations Habitat Youth Envoy.[4]

Awards And Nominations[edit]

She is a 2014 Giama nominee for best actress, female's viewers choice and best comedic act, also nominated for the bon awards, Nollywood Movies Awards, future awards, and others.[which?] She is a winner of the 2013 Nafca award for best actress (Weekend Getaway).

Year Event Prize Recipient Result
2011 Zulu African Film Academy Awards Best Actress Indigenous Edika nigeria Won
2012 2012 Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards Best Actress In Leading role In a cupboard Nominated
Female Viewers Choice Nominated
2013 2013 Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards Female Viewers Choice Won
2013 Nafca Best Actress Weekend Getaway Won
2016 2014 Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards Best Actress Leading Role Nkasi The Village Fighter Nominated
Best Comedic act Nominated
Best Actress-Viewers Choice Nominated
2015 2015 Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards Best Actress while you slept Nominated
Female Viewers Choice Nominated
2015 2015 Ghana Movie Awards Best Actress - Africa Collaboration While you slept Won
2015 11th Africa Movie Academy Awards Best Actress Leading Role while you slept Nominated
2016 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards Best Actress in a Comedy Desperate housegirls Nominated

Filmography[edit]

  • Caro The Iron Bender (2014)
  • Royal gift
  • Blind Kingdom
  • Native Son
  • Reloaded
  • Sleek ladies
  • Ghetto Queen
  • Power of Beauty
  • Political Control
  • Ass on Fire
  • Breath Again
  • Fatal Seduction
  • Games Men Play
  • Girls Cot
  • The Greatest Sacrifice
  • Married to the Enemy
  • My Heart Your Home
  • No Where to Run
  • Stolen Tomorrow
  • Price of Fame
  • Sacrifice for Love
  • Secret Fantasy
  • Silence of the Gods
  • Supremacy
  • Too Late to Claim
  • Total Control
  • Traumatised
  • War Game
  • 11:45... Too Late
  • The Bank Manager
  • The Begotten
  • The Bet
  • Cold War
  • Crying Angel
  • Desperate Billionaire
  • Desperate Need
  • Emotional Blackmail
  • I Want My Money
  • Last Game
  • Last Picnic
  • Living in Tears
  • Living Without You
  • Lonely Hearts
  • Men Do Cry
  • My Precious Son
  • One God One Nation
  • Only Love
  • Pretty Angels
  • Red Light
  • Royal Package
  • Security Risk
  • Songs of Sorrow
  • Stronghold
  • Tears for Nancy
  • Ultimate Crisis
  • Unforeseen
  • Beautiful Faces
  • Eye of the Gods
  • Eyes of Love
  • Faces of Beauty
  • Indecent Girl
  • Indulgence
  • I Swear
  • Legacy
  • Love Crime
  • Love & Marriage
  • Negative Influence
  • Not Yours!
  • World Apart
  • World Apart 2
  • The One I Trust
  • Sisters On Fire
  • Royalty Apart
  • Never Let Go
  • End of Do or Die Affair
  • Darkness of Sorrows
  • Final Sorrow
  • Behind The Melody
  • Memories of The Heart
  • Royal Gift
  • Dangerous
  • Save The Last Dance
  • Battle For Bride
  • Caged Lovers
  • In The Cupboard
  • Hunted Love
  • Anointed Queen
  • A Dance For The Prince
  • Bride's War
  • Tears In The Palace
  • Slip of Fate
  • At All Cost
  • Mad Sex
  • The Princess of My Life
  • Inale (2010)
  • I'll Take My Chances (2011)
  • Nkasi The Village Fighter
  • Nkasi The Sprot Girl
  • The Return of Nkasi
  • Soul of a Maiden
  • "Blood is Money"

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Ini Edo: Married But Living Single, Refuse To Join Her Husband In The U.S", Osun Defender, May 3, 2013, retrieved 2013-05-11. 
  2. ^ a b James, Osaremen Ehi (April 23, 2013), "Celebrity Birthday: Ini Edo Adds Another Year, Turns 31", Nigeria Films (NFC Media Group), retrieved 2013-05-11. 
  3. ^ Victor Enengedi "INI EDO ANNOUNCED AS JUDGE FOR THE MISS BLACK AFRICA UK PEGEANT", NET, August 19, 2013 . Retrieved on 8 May 2014.
  4. ^ "Nollywood meet Bollywood As UN-Habitat Appoints Youth Envoys.", AllAfrica.com, 14 April 2011 . Retrieved on 8 May 2014.

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