Kogi State-born talented and s*xy Nollywood actress, Ufedo Sunshine, who broke into the movie industry a couple of years ago with movies like; The Grave Dust, Nollywood Scandal, School Pool Party, and Undercover Lover among others, in this interview with The Sun, has opened up on her career.
Below are exerpts from the chat;
Tell us about your background
I am Ufedo Sunshine real name Ufedo B. Itodo Osuala. I am a Christian. I was born in Jos but I went to Ghana for my university education. I studied Human Resources Management. Today, I am an actress and fashion designer. I am the CEO of Bemztouch Clothing.
What were your challenges as an up-and-coming actress?
It was hopping from one audition to the other. I remember it wasn’t easy. I had to convince directors and producers that beyond looks, I had what it takes to make it in the industry.
Which actors would you say have influenced you?
They are Gabrielle Union, Tyler Perry, Joke Silva and Whoopi Goldberg. Talk about flawless acting and you talk about these thespians.
What is the craziest thing a male fan or admirer has done to you?
(Laughter) That was spanking my butt at a movie premiere. I was so embarrassed. It wasn’t funny but I guess the fan will probably never do it again.
What part of your anatomy do you consider s*xiest?
I absolutely love the way I flaunt the whole package; I mean the whole me is s*xy.
A lot of men could hardly take their eyes off you, how do you handle your male fans?
I politely let them know I appreciate their support but I’m not available.
How do you control s*xual urge when it hits you?
Controlling s*xual urge is a thing that has to do with discipline and the mind because the whole idea leading to the act of sex starts from the mind. So, discipline is telling your mind what is necessary and important at every point in time.
What does s*x mean to you?
To me s*x is sacred and shouldn’t just be thrown at any Tom, Dick and Harry. It is part of one’s emotional investment in a relationship so it should be given to one that deserves it.
Could you describe your ideal man?
My ideal man is what I call a perfect gentleman and a gardener. Gardener in the sense that he is the man whom I would want to nurture and prune me to grow and also invest his time, energy and resources to see me blossom in whatever I do.
What are you currently working on?
I am currently working on a TV series that would be showing very soon and in between, I have been busy designing the new collections for my fashion line, Bemztouch.
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