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Nse Ikpe-Etim

Date of Birth | October 21, 1974 (48 years)


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Nse Ikpe Etim is a Nigerian Actress known for her eloquence and powerful sense of internalization and interpretation of characters. She came into prominence in Emem Isong’s 2008 film, “Reloaded’.

Born in Lagos on October 21, 1974, Nse hails from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. She attended Awa nursery and primary school and Command primary school in Kaduna. She proceeded to St Louis College, Jos, and Federal Government Colleges in Jos and Ilorin. Nse holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Theatre Arts (B.A) from the University of Calabar, where she began to act on stage at the age of 18 majoring in the administration aspect of the course

She made her screen debut in the Television soap, Inheritance. After her graduation from the University, she left the film industry and went on to work in the banking industry. She made her come back with the film Reloaded in 2008.
Over the years, Nse has starred in blockbuster films like: Jeta Amata’s “Inale” (2010), “Black November” (2012); Emem Isong’s “Reloaded” (2008), “Bursting Out’ (2010), “Guilty Pleasures” (2011), Emem Isong and Monalisa Chinda’s “Kiss and Tell” (2011); “Spellbound” (2011), “Memories of My Heart” (2011), Kunle Afolayan’s “Phone Swap” (2012), Chinwe Egwuagu’s “Mr and Mrs” (2012), Rita Dominic and Midred Okwo’s “The Meeting” (2012), Ashionye Michelle Raccah’s “Journey to Self “ (2012), Bright Wonder Obasi’s “Broken” (2013), “Blue Flames” (2013), “Hustlers” (2013), Shirley Frimpong Manso’s “Devil In the Detail” (2014), Stanlee Ohikhuare’s “Tunnel” (2014), “The Green Eyed” (2014), “In Between” (2014), Biodun Stephen’s “The Visit” (2015), Katung Adwak’s “Heaven’s Hell” (2015), Biyi Bandele and Tope Oshin’s “Fifty” (2015), “Tess” (2016), Moses Inwang’s “Stalker” (2016) and “American Driver” (2017), “A Hotel Called Memory” (2017)

On February 14, 2013, Nse married her childhood friend, Clifford Sule at a Lagos registry. On April 4 of the same year, the couple got married traditionally in Ikot Etobon. She became the stepmother of Jermaine Sule, Clifford’s son from a previous relationship.
Twitter: @NseIkpeEtim
Instagram: @nseikpeetim
Email: [email protected]