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Nse Ikpe Etim

Nse Ikpe Etim
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Nom de naissance Nse Ikpe Etim

Nse Ikpe Etim is a Nigerian actress. She came into prominence in 2008 for her role in Reloaded. She was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 5th and 8th Africa Movie Academy Awards for her role in Reloaded and Mr. and Mrs. respectively. In 2014, she won the Best Actress in a Drama award at the 2014 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards for playing "Nse" in Journey to Self.


Etim is the first of six children. She got married to her childhood friend Clifford Sule on February 14, 2013 at a Lagos registry. A traditional wedding ceremony followed in her hometown in Akwa Ibom State and Lagos State respectively, some months after the civil union. She currently resides in London with her husband, a Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University who frequents Nigeria for film engagements.

Le plus souvent avec

Rita Dominic
Rita Dominic
(2 films)
Kalu Ikeagwu
Kalu Ikeagwu
(4 films)
Ramsey Nouah
Ramsey Nouah
(2 films)
Joel Goffin
Joel Goffin
(3 films)
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Filmographie de Nse Ikpe Etim (16 films)

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Journey to Self
Origine Nigeria
Thèmes Afrique post-coloniale
Acteurs Nse Ikpe Etim, Dakore Akande, Kalu Ikeagwu
Rôle Nse

The film tells a story of 5 childhood friends that converge at the home of the deceased Uche reading a series of letters she left that explains her struggles through life and eventually leading to their self discovery.
Broken (2013)

Origine Nigeria
Genres Drame
Acteurs Nse Ikpe Etim, Kalu Ikeagwu
Rôle Mariam Idoko

The film starts with Samuel Gabriel (Iyke Adiele) falling into the trap of Police-men while trying to sell hard drugs. He tried escaping but was ambushed by several of them. His interrogation at the police station was aborted when the interrogating officer was being blackmailed by his guardian for violating his fundamental human rights some years ago as a minor, After his release he was informed that his sister Emmanuella (Tehilia Adiele) was alive but with a mental condition and asthma. He visited her at the asylum and after much persuasion and assurance he was eventually allowed to take her home.
Phone Swap
Phone Swap (2012)
, 1h57
Réalisé par Kunle Afolayan
Origine Nigeria
Genres Comédie, Comédie romantique, Romance
Thèmes Afrique post-coloniale
Acteurs Nse Ikpe Etim, Joke Silva
Rôle Mary Oyenokwe
Note60% 3.0481653.0481653.0481653.0481653.048165
Une créatrice de mode et son patron, un homme d'affaires arrogant, tentent à contrecœur de s'entraider après avoir échangé par inadvertance leur téléphone à l'aéroport.
The Meeting, 2h12
Origine Nigeria
Genres Comédie, Comédie romantique, Romance
Thèmes Afrique post-coloniale, Politique
Acteurs Rita Dominic, Linda Ejiofor, Kehinde Bankole, Nse Ikpe Etim, Jide Kosoko, Kate Henshaw
Rôle Bolarinwa
Note74% 3.7159053.7159053.7159053.7159053.715905
The film opens at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, with a phone conversation between Mr. Makinde Esho (Femi Jacobs) and his Managing director (Jide Kosoko). Makinde is reminded by his MD about how important it is for him to get an authorization from the Ministry of Land, and return to Lagos with a positive feedback. Just as Makinde is about to board a Taxi, he is interrupted by Ejura (Linda Ejiofor), a female Corp member who pleads for a Lift, as she is short on cash and there is a long queue at the ATM. Makinde refuses at first, but after much persuasion from Ejura, he reluctantly agrees. Even though Ejura had promised earlier to keep mute during the ride, her inquisitive nature gives Makinde facial expressions that prompt answers and eventually start a conversation.
Black November, 1h35
Origine Nigeria
Genres Drame, Thriller, Action, Policier
Thèmes Afrique post-coloniale, L'environnement, Politique, Politique
Acteurs Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Mickey Rourke, Mbong Amata, Kim Basinger, Sarah Wayne Callies, Vivica A. Fox
Rôle Ebiere's Attorney
Note54% 2.7084552.7084552.7084552.7084552.708455
Ebiere Perema est une jeune femme qui après un séjour financé par une compagnie pétrolière dans une université américaine, revient dans son pays et dirige malgré elle la résistance de son peuple qui lutte contre son propre gouvernement et cette multinationale.
Black Gold
Black Gold (2011)
, 1h50
Origine Nigeria
Genres Drame
Thèmes L'environnement, Politique
Acteurs Billy Zane, Tom Sizemore, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Vivica A. Fox, Eric Roberts, Mickey Rourke
Note54% 2.712922.712922.712922.712922.71292
They hope to tell the story from the perspective of people who have lived through it. The people who have seen their land and rivers polluted by oil, the people that are struggling.
Kiss and Tell, 1h51
Réalisé par Desmond Elliot
Origine Nigeria
Genres Comédie romantique, Romance
Thèmes Afrique post-coloniale
Acteurs Monalisa Chinda, Joseph Benjamin, Desmond Elliot, Nse Ikpe Etim, Uche Jombo
Rôle Tena

The film revolves around two Casanovas, friends and business partners; Iyke (Joseph Benjamin) and Bernard (Desmond Elliot), and a divorce lawyer, Delphine (Monalisa Chinda), who is a divorcee herself and doesn't want to have anything to do with men again. Bernard strikes a bet with Iyke which involves Iyke having sex with Delphine in ten days or forfeit five percent of his shares to Bernard; if Iyke succeeded, he'd have five percent of Bernard's shares. However, Bernard tells Tena (Nse Ikpe Etim), Delphine's best friend about the bet in order to have an edge, thereby complicating things for Iyke.
Inalé (2010)
, 1h30
Origine Nigeria
Genres Musical
Thèmes Musique
Acteurs Caroline Chikezie, Mbong Amata, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Nse Ikpe Etim, Ini Edo, Omawumi
Rôle Ori
Note69% 3.4987253.4987253.4987253.4987253.498725
The film opens with a man telling his little daughter a tale about Idomaland. Odeh (Hakeem Kae-Kazim) and Princess Inale (Caroline Chikezie) are both in love with each other. however, according to the customs of the land, Odeh has to wrestle several other suitors of Inale in order to be able to have Inale's hand in marriage. Odeh wrestles several men and wins in all the fights; King Oche, the King of Otukpo and Inale's father declares Odeh the winner. Just before the wrestling ceremony ends, a masked stranger appears and challenges Odeh to a fight; the Stranger wins and he's revealed to be Prince Agaba (Keppy Ekpeyong Bassey), a Prince from Apah, a nearby village, which has been in a long rift with Otukpo. The king reluctantly declares the new winner and tells Prince Agaba that his wife would be escorted to his village the next day.