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AMVCA: Full List of Nollywood Stars With Most Awards

Full List of Nollywood Stars With Most AMVCA Awards

The Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards(AMVCA) is a platform that takes into cognisance the outstanding achievements in television and film.

Presented by MultiChoice, the 10th AMVCA was held on Saturday, May 11, 2024, at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Lagos State, Nigeria.

Below is a list of Nollywood actors who have won the most AMVCA awards.

Funke Akindele (Six Awards)

Funke Akindele shines with six AMVCA wins, showcasing her versatility in both comedy and drama. Renowned for her portrayal of diverse characters, Akindele has excelled in comedy, earning her the title of the most awarded Best Actress in a Comedy at the AMVCA. The acclaimed filmmaker has garnered another nomination this year in the Best Lead Actress category for her role in the record-breaking “A Tribe Called Judah.” Additionally, she is a contender for the Best Writing in a Movie award for the same film.

Osas Ighodaro (Three Awards)

Nollywood star, Osas Ighodaro continues to dazzle in the entertainment industry, displaying her exceptional talent and delivering captivating performances. Her outstanding portrayal in ‘Rattlesnake: The Ahanna Story’ earned her the ‘Best Actress in a Movie/Drama Series’ award in 2022. She also received the ‘Best Dressed Female’ award that same year. In 2023, she won the ‘Best Actress in a Movie/Drama’ award for her role in ‘Man of God’ at the AMVCA.

Rita Dominic (Three Awards)

Rita Dominic, a powerhouse in Nigeria’s film industry, has left an indelible mark with her outstanding performances and impactful productions, garnering accolades over the years. Dominic was lauded for her performance in “The Meeting” (New Era Award, 2014 and Best Actress in a Comedy, 2015) and her role in “76” (Best Actress in a Drama/TV Series, 2017) at the AMVCA.

Falz (Two Awards)

Folarin Falana, known as Falz, is a versatile artist who has achieved success in both music and film. He has claimed two AMVCAs: the first in 2016 for his role in the TV drama series “Jenifa’s Diary,” and the second as Best Supporting Actor in “New Money” two years later.

Broda Shaggi (Two Awards)

Nigerian comedian Samuel Perry, popularly known as Broda Shaggi, is a two-time winner of Best Actor in a Comedy, Movie, or TV Series at the AMVCA for Dwindle (Best Actor in a Comedy, 2022) and Inside Life (Best Actor in a Comedy Drama, 2023).

Adesua Etomi (Two Awards)

Adesua Etomi has secured two AMVCA wins. She first won in the ‘Best Actress’ category in 2016 for her standout performance in ‘Falling’. She once again impressed, winning ‘Best Supporting Actress’ for her role in ‘The King of Boys’ in 2019.

Ukeje OC (Two Awards)

OC Ukeje, a Nigerian actor, model, and musician, has clinched two AMVCA awards for Two Brides and a Baby (Best Actor in a Drama, 2013) and Confusion Na Wa (Best Actor in a Drama, 2015).

Odunlade Adekola (Two Awards)

Odunlade Adekola is a prominent figure in the Yoruba-language film industry, consistently delivering memorable performances. He triumphed in “A Million Baby” (Best Actor in a Comedy, 2018) and for a supporting role in “Jankariwo” (Best Supporting Actor, 2022) at the AMVCA.

Sambasa Nzeribe (Two Awards)

Sambasa Nzeribe, a Nigerian film and television actor, model, and entertainer, secured the ‘Best Supporting Actor’ award for ‘Soldier’s Story’ in 2016 and was honoured as the AMVCA’s ‘Best Actor’ in 2017.

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