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Omoni Oboli Reveals Her Favourite Thing About Acting

Posted by Thandiubani on Tue 25th Jun, 2024 - tori.ng

According to the actress, she enjoys playing multiple roles in one lifetime.

Nollywood actress, Omoni Oboli has revealed the best part about her acting.
According to her, playing multiple roles makes her love her career as an actor.
Omoni Oboli spoke with Netflix during her recent promotional tour for the upcoming series “Òlòtūré the Journey,”
In a brief Q&A session dubbed “Hot Minute with Omoni Oboli,” which Netflix posted to Instagram, she responded to brief inquiries about herself.
When asked about her early years, she answered, “I grew up in Delta Steel Company in Delta State.
She was also questioned about the profession she would have pursued if she did not venture into acting. Her reply was, “If I were not an actor, I would definitely be a surgeon”.

The actress also shared her culinary skills, stating, “I can make so many Nigerian dishes, especially the soups. I can make bangs soup, egusi, you name it I’m your girl.”

When prompted about her interest in joining another series, she stated: “If I had to choose another Netflix title to be in, it would definitely be Bridgerton”.
When asked about her favorite aspect of being an actress, she replied, “My favourite thing about being an actor is that I get to be so many people in just one life. The last thing I watched on Netflix was a limited series called the anatomy of Scandal.”
Omoni Oboli also summed up the forthcoming film in three words, urging viewers to stay captivated while watching the series after its release on June 28, 2024.
“If I were to describe the Oloture sequel in three words it would be ‘thrilling’, It would be ‘tear-jerking’, and it would be ‘nerve-wracking’. Audiences should expect to sit at the edge of their seats, and no looking away. If you look away, you will miss something amazing” she stated.

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