Ramsey Nouah

Ramsey Nouah talks about his 16-year-old marriage in new interview

Ramsey Nouah talks about his 16-year-old marriage in new interview For those who don’t know, Nollywood actor, Ramsey Nouah has been married for over 16 years. He revealed in a new interview that he is a very good cook, and thus, no woman can act funny with him when it comes to making dishes. Read excerpts from the interview below: My Spouse My wife is special. She is not an ordinary woman. She understands things in a way many other women don’t. That is why I say, an actor or actress, has to find that special person. It is not love that will bond you. Forget love, love dies. What sustains the marriage is companionship. If you cannot find companionship in your partner from the beginning, then you do not have a partner. Don’t lust after a woman because of her beauty and don’t lust after...

I’m a great cook. No woman can do shakara for me – Ramsey Nouah

NOLLYWOOD NEWS: Popular actor Ramsey Nouah doesn’t strike as a husband who washes, cooks and sweeps but he does these chores and has been married for over 16 years. In a recent interview, he spoke about his marriage, career and skills and also gave advice to couples. “My wife is special. She is not an ordinary woman. She understands things in a way many other women don’t. That is why I say, an actor or actress, has to find that special person. It is not love that will bond you. Forget love, love dies. What sustains the marriage is companionship. If you cannot find companionship in your partner from the beginning, then you do not have a partner.” He continued: “Don’t lust after a woman because of her beauty and don’t lust after a guy because he is handsome. You must lust a...

Ramsey Nouah narrates the day Benin lady came to his house claiming she is his wife

Ramsey Nouah narrates the day Benin lady came to his house claiming she is his wife In an interesting interview with Kore Ogidan, Ramsey Nouah has revealed some of his most shocking moment as a celebrity. First, it was a Benin lady storming his house with the claim he is her husband and another is when a lady puts underwear in his pocket during a party in the States. Speaking on his most embarrassing moment, the actor said: There was a cocktail event many years ago in the United States and I was talking to some dignitaries about business, work and other things when a lady came and whispered in my ear, “You’re so cute” while slipping her hand in my pocket. As she left, I reached for my pocket to see what she had slipped in and right in front of these dignitaries, I pulled out the panties th...

I started acting because I needed money to write my GCE – Ramsey Nouah reveals

CELEBRITY GIST: Handsome Nollywood Actor Ramsey Nouah has come out to reveal how he ventured into Nollywood and the challenges he had before joining the industry. In an exclusive interview, the actor disclosed he started acting because he needed money to write his GCE. He also stated he never dreamt of becoming an actor but a pilot. Below are some excerpts of Ramsey Nouah’s interesting interview with Kore Ogidan. Tell us about your background Ramsey Nouah: I was born in Costain, Lagos, where I began my early life before moving to Aguda, Surulere. I lived with my mother and half-brother. My father was never in the picture. I was very playful and I must admit, it’s rubbing off on my kids, and I’m not liking it very much. I was also very artistically inclined. I was fascinated by comic ...

Kate Henshaw shades Ramsey Nouah over “divisive” old Nollywood vs new Nollywood comment

Kate Henshaw shades Ramsey Nouah over “divisive” old Nollywood vs new Nollywood comment Few weeks after Ramsey Nouah praised old Nollywood actors for their unbroken focus and talent, another Nollywood actor has come after him. While promoting his latest movie, Crazy People, Ramsey Nouah said he misses Nollywood of the 90s because they are vibrant and talented unlike the new breed of Nollywood actors flooding the market with little or no talent. The veteran actor who began acting at the age of 20, said people had genuine love for the art and films had deeper storylines in the early 90s. “Back then I realise there was so much passion,” he said on Monday in a chat with Lifestyle at the premiere of his new film, ‘Crazy People’. “Everyone was acting not for the money but for the lov...

Ramsey Nouah slams Nollywood filmmakers for not making movies about Fulani Herdsmen attacks

Ramsey Nouah slams Nollywood filmmakers for not making movies about Fulani Herdsmen attacks Nollywood actor Ramsey Nouah over the weekend said the Nigerian movie industry has failed to capture issues of herdsmen attack and recent happenings in Nigeria due to lack of structure. The popular actor speaking during an interview on Channels Television’s programme, ‘Rubbin Minds, said Nollywood in recent time lacked depth compared to the past. According to him, actors were more interested in portraying ‘posh’ things, appearing on red carpets with perfect pictures rather than concentrating on pressing issues in the country. Nouah said. There is a lot of dynamics going on in the industry tending towards not finding bearing and lack of structure.Back in the days, a whole of filmmakers of our k...

Fulani Herdsmen killings are “political human sacrifices” – Ramsey Nouah

Fulani Herdsmen killings are “political human sacrifices” – Ramsey Nouah With the whole country still reeling from the dastard killings of more than 100 persons in Plateau state over the weekend, a number of Nigerian entertainers have come out to accuse the Federal Government of not doing enough to end the ugly trend. Reacting to the killing, Nollywood actor and producer, Ramsey Nouah, said he is of the view that the inability of security agents to stop the killing spree going on in many parts of the country is tied to political reasons. He wrote: This is sad and honestly becoming unbearable… How long shall we continue?… It’s beginning to look like a deliberate act by our security to neglect this issue for political reasons. Human sacrifices for political goals???.. What has th...

“Doing too many projects takes away the art in you,” Ramsey Nouah tells upcoming actors

Doing too many projects takes away the art in you, Ramsey Nouah tells upcoming actors In an interview with Pulse, Nollywood Ramsey Nouah, who started his acting career in the 90s shares what he misses most about the state of the industry back then. I miss the passion. I miss those who truly loved the industry and gave it their all, their sweat, tears and blood to build it, to make it become what it is today. Today I only see people on the surface, they are not as deep.They are very very talented. It’s just that the system won’t allow them maximize their talent. Because now, there’s so many things they ought to do at the same time because they want to remain relevant. They have to make ends meet to meet up to the status they are trying to build as actors and superstars. Everyone sees them o...

Bollywood actors make more money than Hollywood actors, Africans need to be self sufficient – Ramsey Nouah

Bollywood actors make more money than Hollywood actors, Africans need to be self sufficient – Ramsey Nouah In a recent chat with The Weekender, Nollywood star, Ramsey Nouah talks about his career and his secret ambition. Enjoy the interesting interview below: Which project are you currently working on? I have a movie that I am working on with a colleague of mine. It is a very big movie. He is actually a business partner of mine; his name is Charles Okpalaeke. We got together and secured the license to actually remake ‘Living in Bondage’. Are you using the original cast? I am part of the movie. We also have Steve Gukas; he is coming in as a producer and director. Basically, we are looking at a blockbuster of a movie. What do you have to say about Kunle Afolayan? Kunle is the forerunner or t...

Our stories are not as deep as they used to be – Ramsey Nouah

Our stories are not as deep as they used to be – Ramsey Nouah Award winning actor, Ramsey Nouah has lamented over the state of the Nigerian movie industry. The revered actor noted that story-lines in contemporary Nollywood are not as deep as they used to be. Nouah made this known in a chat with The Cable at the unveiling of his new flick ‘Crazy People’ “Back then I realise there was so much passion,” he said on Monday in a chat with Lifestyle at the premiere of his new film, ‘Crazy People’. Everyone was acting not for the money but for the love of it. But today I see so many people just wanting to jump in for fame.The social media platforms provide everybody that opportunity to want to be famous. So everyone is just looking for more of the fame than the art. When we started, when we ...

“Everyone now acting for fame, not for passion” – Ramsey Nouah

“Everyone now acting for fame, not for passion” – Ramsey Nouah Nollywood actor Ramsey Nouah, says many people are delving into acting for the fame as opposed to the early days when it was for passion. The veteran who began acting at the age of 20, said people had genuine love for the art and films had deeper storylines in the early 90s. “Back then I realise there was so much passion,” he said on Monday in a chat with Lifestyle at the premiere of his new film, ‘Crazy People’. Everyone was acting not for the money but for the love of it. But today I see so many people just wanting to jump in for fame.The social media platforms provide everybody that opportunity to want to be famous. So everyone is just looking for more of the fame than the art. When we started, when we did unders...

I cannot join politics because am not diplomatic. I cannot call white black – Ramsey Nouah

NOLLYWOOD CELEBRITY GIST: Star Actor Ramsey Nouah has come out to say he is not cut out for politics because he is not a diplomatic person.

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