Rita Dominic Talks About Twenty Years In Nollywood
Rita Dominic, actress and producer, spoke with Ebuka Obi-Uchendu in Rubbin’ Minds. The Nollywood actress talks about her twenty years experience in Nigeria's film sector and how she has stayed relevant over the years.
Watch: Rita Dominic On Why Marriage Didn't Work Out
Screen star, Rita Dominic was recently a celebrity guest on TVC’s ‘Your View’, and the multiple award-winning Nollywood actress opened up on her struggle of getting married even though she almost got hitched to someone but it turned out sour. The 43-year-old disclosed that she almost got married at some point in her life, adding that…
London hosts greatest gathering of Africa’s film stars
The Leadership Honours List include Chief Dele Momodu, Rev. Julius Oladipo Shebioba, Dr. Richard Fasunloye and Patrick Campbell, whose leadership contributions has helped community integration and cohesion in the United Kingdom.
Excitement as Egbe releases 'The Women'
The Women features top class actors like Omoni Oboli, Kate Henshaw, Rita Dominic, Ufuoma Mcdermot, and Obiang, who are apt with their portrayals of their various characters.
Rita Dominic, Bovi others toast to Interswitch at Connect Gala Night
AS part of the closing ceremony for a successful maiden tech/payment conference, Interswitch Connect, the organisers recently staged a special Connect Gala Night at the Landmark Event Centre, Lagos, with A-list celebrities, friends and partners of brand in attendance.
AMAA 2017: Spotlight on the top supporting actresses from Nollywood
The ladies and home boys- Rita Dominic, Bimbo Akintola and Richard Mofe Damijo (Oloibiri), Ramsey Nouah (76) and Sambasa Nzeribe (Slow Country)- who were the only leading ladies and men from the Nigerian acting skies...
Adebayo Salami: It’s stage, not movies that made me popular
Movies did not make me popular. I started with stage and television production; they made me popular. Movies only added to it.
AMAA 2017: Home Girls, Bimbo Akintola, Rita Dominic, eye continental acting crest
Rita was in February named the Best Actress in a movie at the African Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA) for the believable manner she interpreted her role in 76.