Timini Egbuson rates himself as the biggest Actor in Africa.

Timini Egbuson rates himself as the biggest Actor in Africa.

Timini Egbuson: I think I’m Africa’s biggest actor.

The actor also disclosed that he planned to pursue a career in film directing.

In a recent episode of the Menisms Podcast, Nigerian actor Timini Egbuson declared himself to be the biggest actor in Africa.

Egbuson claims that one of the reasons he can confidently call himself the best is because of his fifteen years of expertise in the Nigerian cinema business. “I genuinely believe if you put everything that I have done and everything that I have been able to accomplish, I believe that I’m the biggest actor in Africa,” he stated.

He has come a long way from acting in Tinsel and MTV Shuga: Naija to most recently playing in the highest-grossing Nigerian film A Tribe Called Judah. He won the 2020 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) for Best Actor in a Drama for his part in Elevator Baby.

Additionally, he disclosed that he has been able to assist other prominent male actors in becoming the stars they currently are. “I think I really opened up the way for a lot of new school young actors. I also think I opened up the leading male young actor category,” he said.

Since you had to be an old man or a young hottie to have a starring role in Nollywood when I first started, there were no jobs available for younger men. There were no active writers of lead roles for young men.”

Many prominent male actors in the business, he claims, have benefited at some point from his contacts and assistance.

“I’ve done it for every well-known person you can think of.” However, the issue and error they commit is that they leave here without leaving with an attitude of thankfulness.

Because they are not discussing it or expressing thankfulness for this Og, that is the reason you are unaware of it. Instead, they are asking me how I can compete when they come out here.

With the announcement that the film would be released soon, Egbuson further validated his transition from acting to directing.

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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