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Ivie Okujaye-Egboh

Date of Birth | May 16, 1987 (35 years)

Actor - Screenwriter/Scriptwriter - Story Writer

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Ivie Okujaye is a Nigerian, Actress, Screenwriter and Producer. She came into limelight in 2009 after winning the 5th season of Nigerian Reality Show, Amstel Malta Box Office (AMBO), which paved way for her first feature film, “Alero’s Symphony”. In 2012, Ivie Okujaye won the award for Best Young Actor at 8th Africa Movie Academy Awards and in 2013, she won the Trailblazer Award at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards. In 2014, Ivie Okujaye made her debut as a producer, combined with her efforts as an Actress in the film, “Make a Move”.

Born in Edo State, Nigeria, Ivie Okujaye spent her early years living in Benin before relocating with her family to Abuja. She attended Our Lady of Apostles private School and the prestigious Queens College, Yaba, Lagos for her primary and secondary education. Ivie Okujaye holds a degree in Economics from the University of Abuja.
Ivie Okujaye has gained recognition for her work as an Actor, Screenwriter and Producer in blockbuster films such as: “Alero’s Symphony” (2011), “The Volunteers” (2013), “Kamara’s Tree” (2013), “Make a Move” (2014), “Burning Bridges” (2014), “The Black Silhouette” (2015), “Heroes and Villains” (2015), “A Walk in The Dark” (2016), “Oloibiri” (2016), “Something Wicked” (2017), “Slow Country” (2017), and “7 inch Curve”. On Television, Ivie is known for roles is “Dowry” (2014) and “Hotel Majestic” (2015).

Ivie Okujaye married Ezie Egboh on April 18, 2015 and on July 1, 2016, the couple welcomed their first child, a baby girl.
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