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Winner of the 2006 Afro Hollywood Award for Best Actress, as well as a nominee for many leading actress awards.
She attended the University of Calabar for English and Literary Studies, before starring in two movies in 1997: Compromise 2 and Waterloo.
With so much on her hands, Bella Naija.com‘s tried to catch up with the superstar to find out what she is up to lately.
Movies & Nollywood With every movie that has Stephanie on it, she never disappionts, one of which is her 2008 American-Nigerian comedy film –Through the Glass – which she wrote, directed, produced as well as acted in.
However, the actress admitted receiving a letter from one Rafiu Bello acting on behalf of Daniella Madudu on May 19, accusing her of appropriation of an ‘original literary work’ that was allegedly stolen from her by Joy Ndidi.
Speaking on her cameo in the star studded movie which premiered on Thursday 27th September 2012 at The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Washington DC, USA she says Blogosphere It comes as no surprise that Stephanie is one top actress that has starred in over 90 movies, so is the Nollywood star quiting her famous job, acting for blogging? However, on Thursday 23rd August 2012, Stephanie launched her personal blog” The idea behind to build an interactive medium with my fans – people whose support and love for my work has been very inspiring.
I received a lots of emails from people asking my opinion on things and I thought it would be amazing to have this platform where they would be able to interact with me one on one and get up-to-date news and info about my work, my thoughts on various issues and so on.
My movie is out now, and I cannot even promote it across Africa like I wanted to, because am stuck in one place.” She went further to say it’s also God’s timing.
Nollywood actress, Stephanie Okereke, has been slammed a N100m lawsuit by an author – Daniella Madudu – for alleged copyright infringement of her book titled: “Behind Her Veil.” Madudu claims that major parts of her book were lifted and used without any form of acknowledgement to her in Stephanie Okereke’s movie – “Dry” According to the author, she gave the manuscripts of the book to one of her friends, Joy Ndidi, who later became Stephanie’s Personal Assistant, to edit; only for her to see major excerpts of her book revealed in Stephanie Okereke Linus’ movie, Dry.