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Keira Hewatch

Date of Birth | November 8, 1985 (36 years)


Keira Hewatch is a Nigerian Film and Television Actress. She is known for her roles as Hauwa Uthman in Chris Eneng Eneaji’s “Murder at Prime Suites”; Peace Nwosu in Blessing Effiom Egbe’s hit TV series “Lekki Wives”; and Keche in “Two Brides and A Baby”. In 2011, she won the award for Best Breakout Performance by an Actress, at the Best of Nollywood (BON) Award.

Born in Calabar on November 8, 1985, Keira Hewatch was raised by her mother, Elizabeth Hewatch, a teacher with the Nigerian Police Force. In 2005, Keira relocated to Ghana with her mother and was enrolled at the Graduate School of Management Studies from where she holds a certificate in Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Management. She returned to Nigeria to pursue her acting career after one year of trying to break into the Ghanaian Film Industry. Keira made her acting debut in Emeka Ossai’s TV series, “Crossroads”, and went on to star in a lead role alongside Desmond Elliot in Niyi Akinmolaya’s film, “Kajola”.

Following her big screen debut, Keira went on to star in “Two Brides and A Baby” (2011), “In The Music” (2013), “Murder at Prime Suites” (2013), “Lies Men Tell” (2013), “After the Proposal” (2014), “The Perfect Plan” (2014), “Couples Game” (2014), “Friendly Foe” (2015), “Anger” (2015), “Ruse” (2015), “In the Name of Trust” (2015), “Dinner” (2016), “Romance is Overrated” (2016), “Guy Man” (2017).
Keira Hewatch starred as Peace Nwosu in the hit TV series, “Lekki Wives” (2012-2013). In 2017, she starred as Kate in Ebony Life TV series, “Fifty”.

Keira Hewatch is single.