NIGERIAN ACTRESS CAROLINA EKANEM BIOGRAPHY
Caroline Uduak Abasi Ekanem is a Nigerian actress who has also been known as Caroline Danjuma and Caroline Ekanem. Caroline was born to a Scottish father and a Nigerian mother on June 26, 1980. She is the youngest of among her siblings. Jennifer Afolabi, Caroline’s mother, is from Eket in Akwa-Ibom State. In the United States, she is a fashion designer. Carolina attended the University of Calabar, where she studied environmental preservation, geography, and regional planning. In 2016, she graduated from Edinburgh Business School with a certificate of achievement in organizational behavior.
Danjuma was introduced to the Nigerian film business by Chico Ejiro through Rita Dominic’s film Deadly Care in 2004. Deadly Kiss (2004), Missing Angel (2004), The Captor (2006), Foreign Affairs, Real Love, The Twist, A Second Time, and The Beast and The Angel are just a few of her other successful films. Stalker, in which Jim Iyke and Nse Ikpe Etim feature, is her most recent film. A Pan-African organization honored her in August 2017 for her advocacy activities aimed at empowering Nigerian youth.
Carolina is said to have had a romantic involvement with Tuface Idibia at some point in her life. After her marriage to Musa Danjuma, Theophilus Danjuma’s younger brother, in 2007, she became less visible in Nollywood. In 2016, the couple divorced after having two sons and a daughter together.
Carolina has also been nominated and awarded for her work in the industry, with some of the awards and nominations including:
• She won Best Actress of the Year at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards
• She has been nominated for the Best Actress Award in Nigeria a dozen times • In 2017, she was honoured by a Pan-African organization for her advocacy programs centered on building the capacities of Nigerian youths.
She has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Caroline Danjuma has featured in numerous movies including Deadly Care, Deadly Kiss, Missing Angle, The Captor, Foreign Affairs, Real Love, The Twist, A Second Time, The Beast, The Angel, and a host of numerous others.
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