Adaeze Oby Onuigbo is a Nigerian child actress, model, dancer, and brand influencer.
Regarded as one of the fastest growing nollywood teenage actress making waves in the movie industry both home and abroad, Adaeze has acted in quite an impressively long list of nollywood films, including Karate Kid, Beauty of Love, Festival of Reality, and Lion Heart.
Two years ago, she won Most Famous Kid Actor at the SRTV movie award.
2. Susan Pwajok
Susan Pwajok is a 19-year-old Nigerian child actress. Considered as one of the greatest Nigerian child actresses of all time, Susan is best known for her compelling role as Blessing in the critically acclaimed Nigerian sitcom comedy, The Johnsons.
Over the years, the fast-rising actress, who started her career at a young age, has established herself as a household figure in the industry, and was the winner of the Nigerian Child’s Movie Personality of the Year in 2017.
3. Sharon Ifedi
Sharon Ifedi is a Nigerian teenage actress, model, dancer, and a television personality. Dubbed as one of the fastest rising nollywood child actresses, Sharon has warmed the hearts of movie lovers with her leading and outstanding roles in several nollywood films, including Tears of a Slave Child, Lost Princess, Agony of the Girl Child, and Child Misfortune.
Four years ago, she won the award for Choice Outstanding Dramatist at Nigerian Teen Choice award. Also, two years ago, she won Best Breakthrough Kid Actor at the SRTV movie award.
4. Angel Unigwe
Angel Onyinyechi Unigwe is a 16-year-old Nigerian actress, model, and presenter.
Seven years ago, she debuted into the Nigerian film industry as a child actor with her outstanding appearance in the Nigerian television series, Alison’s Stand. She has since starred in several other nollywood movies, notable of which include Light in the Dark, Three Thieves, Ajoche, King of boys, and City Crimes.
Since her professional acting career, Angel has so far won several movie awards, including Best Child Model at the 2014 Nigerian Model Achievers Awards, Best Child Actress at the 2015 Best of Nollywood Awards, Best Child Actor of the Year award at the 2019 Intellects Giant Awards, Best Young/Promising Actor at the 2019 edition of the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA), and Best Child Actress in a Movie at 2021 Best of Nollywood (BON) award for her role in the movie, Strain.