The Most Beautiful Nollywood Actresses Who Prove Without A Doubt that Age Is Just A Number – PHOTOS

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Often we hear the cliche, ‘age is just a number’ and we think of it metaphorically.

It’s meant to symbolize that your age is just one part of you and doesn’t define the rest of you.

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You can be old in age and young at heart and vice versa – your age does not define you.

Whilst the metaphor is a nice sentiment, there is a crop of Nollywood actresses, we call them goddesses – who literally embody this saying.

It seems like the power of time does not work on them as much it does on the rest of us.

For decades these ladies have been serving it up on our screens with their superb acting skills and their timeless beauty.

Not only have they been around forever, they don’t seem to age and they’re still giving off their best today as they did in the 90s or 2000s when most of them started their careers.

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These women are deserving of adoration.

Below is our list of the top tier most timeless and ageless Nollywood queens in no particular order.

Ini Edo (37 Years, First movie 2003)

Oge Okoye (39 Years, First movie 2002)

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Chioma Akpotha (40 Years, First move 2000)

Stephanie Okereke-Linus (37 Years, First movie 1997)

Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde (42 Years, First movie 1995)

Rita Dominic (44 Years, First movie 1999)

Uche Jombo (40 Years, First movie 1999)

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