Nollywood: Top 10 Most Attractive Nigerian Female Celebrities Over 40

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Despite the stigma on women and ageing, we at listwand think that, like fine wine, some women truly do get better with age. These sexy nollywood stars you are about to read below are all over 40 years, thus proving that age is just a number and beauty knows no limits. From Omoni oboli to stella damascus, these are the most beautiful/attractive women in nollywood over 40.

Nollywood: Top 10 Most Attractive Nigerian Female Celebrities Over 40

They appear in no particular order.

1. Mercy Aigbe (Age: 41)

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Edo State-born actress Mercy ‘Itohan’ Anuoluwapo Aigbe surely knows how to make 40 look so sexy!

2. Omotola Jalade Ekeinde (Age:41)

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Often said to be one of the most beautiful women in Nollywood. With her beautiful face and her killer curves, we can’t say we disagree. Not only is she stunning, but she is also very talented.

In 2013, she was honoured on Time Magazine’s list of 100 Most Influential People in the world alongside Michelle Obama, Beyoncé and Kate Middleton.

3. Omoni Oboli (Age: 41)

Nollywood: Top 10 Most Attractive Nigerian Female Celebrities Over 40

Omoni Oboli is a scriptwriter, film director, producer, a trained digital filmmaker and an Actress who never ages.

She is indisputably one of the most stunning actress in Nollywood.

4. Stella Damasus (Age: 41)

Stella Damasus is an actress and singer. Born on 24 April 1978. In 2009, she was nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards.

5. Monalisa Chinda (Age: 45)

Monalisa is involved in a lot of charity work. She has a column (Monalisa Code) in the Saturday edition of The Sun Newspapers where she writes on social issues and relationships. She is a consultant with Royal Arts Academy, a media school known for breeding new talents, in acting, directing, and screenwriting.’.

6. Etim ikpe (Age: 45)

Nse Ikpe-Etim came into prominence in 2008 for her role in Reloaded.
She is married to her childhood friend Clifford Sule, a Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University who frequents Nigeria for film engagements.

7. Ireti Doyle (Age: 52)

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In a career that has spanned two decades in the Nigerian entertainment industry, her credits cut across stage, television and film and print. An accomplished writer, actor, producer and presenter;

Described as an ‘actor’s actor’ by her peers, she is renowned for pitch perfect performances.
Iretiola Doyle is married with children.

8. Kate henshaw (Age: 48)

9. Rita Dominic (Age: 44)

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10. Dakore Akande (42 years)

She is an ambassador for Amnesty International, Amstel Malta and Oxfam of America.

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Ibinabo Fiberesima (Age: 45)

Ibinabo made her debut as a film actress in the movie Most Wanted and has since went on to star in several Nigerian films. Prior to that she was a model,. She was the first runner-up in the 1991 edition of the Miss Nigeria beauty pageant,emerged first runner-up of the 1997 edition of Miss Nigeria, Prior to this, she had won the Miss Wonderland contest in 1990, and in that same year, was first runner-up at the Miss NUGA competition held at the University of Calabar.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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