Biography/Profile/History Of Nollywood Actress Meg Otanwa



Meg Otanwa is a beauty loaded with brains from Benue State, Nigeria.

The Delectable Meg Otanwa who dazzled audience with her flawless performance as Vera in Emem Isong’s movie; “I’ll take my chances” is from the Idoma speaking tribe of Benue state, Nigeria.

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English from Ahmadu Bello University Zaria, a Master’s degree in Human Resources Management from TIME Universite Tunis, Tunisia and an MBA training from Universite Jean Moulin, Lyon France. Meg worked at African Development Bank in Tunis, Tunisia several years before moving back to Nigeria to pursue her passion as an actress.

A lover of languages, she speaks and writes English, French, Hausa, Idoma, Spanish and Yoruba, fluently. Meg, who was described by The Nigerian Guardian Newspaper as “one of the newest sensation in the industry”  has displayed her love for acting and ability to interpret roles in hit series such as COFEE SHOP, ATLANTA, EVE and GIDI CULTURE.

“Meg is definitely the latest thing to watch out for on the Nigerian movie scene”.

She worked at African Development Bank in Tunis, Tunisia for several years before making up her mind to return to Nigeria and pursue her dream career, Acting…Imagine resigning from a well paid job to come and start queuing up to be auditioned for roles that shows how much she truly has passion and love for Acting and she has since been rewarded with several acting roles with very good award winning producers and directors like Emem Isong, she worked with her in ‘I  will take my Chances’, in Charles Novia’s ‘Atlanta’, She also stared in two of the biggest series that would be hitting your TV screens next year: ‘B4 30  and Gidi Culture, Eve and Coffee Shop which was her very first production when she returned to Nigeria.
Meg is not just your regular Actress, she is very different in a unique way, very professional, skilled, talented  and always ready to give her best in interpreting whatever role she gets.
Meg is a Language guru, she speaks very good English, French, Hausa, Idoma, Yoruba and Spanish…Did i hear you scream…I did same too when i first met her, she is goooooooooooooood.
This beauty is poise and prepared to take her position in the entertainment industry and that would mean to be at the top because that is where people like her belong…Meg Otanwa for you my friends.








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