1. Mercy Johnson
Mercy Johnson is among the talented Nollywood actress. The beautiful actress decided to shave her hair to play a movie role titled “Heart Of A Widow” in the year 2011.
2. Chika Ike
Chika Ike is among the Nollywood actresses who shaved their hair for a movie role. The beautiful actress shaved her hair for a movie titled “Moment Of Tears” in which she acted as the wife of popular actor, Olu Jacobs. Through the movie Chika earned almost 5 million naira for that particular movie role.
3. Oge Okoye
Oge Okoye is a Nollywood actresses who shave her hair for a movie role. The movie was titled “The Three Widows."
4. Ebube Nwagbo
Ebube Nwagbo is among the actresses who went ahead to cut their hair for a movie role. The title of the movie was “Widows Cult”. The movie brought her into the spotlight
5. Toyin Abraham
Toyin is a beautiful Nollywood actress and she ever seems to be comfortable with shaving her hair for a film role. She has been spotted on more than one occasion doing her job. The first movie she went bald was titled “Ana My” (My Past)
6. Fathia Balogun
Fathia Balogun is a Nollywood actress who shaved her hair for a movie role. In 2011, the award-winning actress went ahead to shaved for a film titled “Makomi”. That particular movie brought her into the spotlight.
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