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Key points from Ramsey Nouah’s masterclass

Ramsey Nouah during the masterclass

Nigerian actor Ramsey Nouah is in Uganda to grace the iKon Awards happening at Kampala Serena Hotel. Today, he conducted a masterclass at Motiv earlier with Ugandan filmmakers on how to improve their careers.

Among the things that Ramsey Nouah discussed in this dialogue was that the performance and the character’s world is the tool casting directors use as a physical description of the cast.

He also advised young and upcoming actors to be driven by passion.

“The actor’s world is a creative process so if you are not passionate about your craft, you will mess up,” he said adding that women need to be empowered in film because they are passionately driven and have the ability to make things happen.

“We employ professionalism and experience not based on gender equality. The interaction between actors is their responsibility; as an actor, you should not have likes or dislikes. By default, an actor is not allowed to have a bias on what the set offers or not.”


Ramsey Nouah is a Nigerian actor and director. He won the Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in 2010 for his performance in the movie ‘The Figurine’. He made his directorial debut with the film ‘Living in Bondage: Breaking Free’ in 2019 and also went on to direct the Nollywood classic ‘Rattle Snake: The ‘Ahanna Story’ which is a remake of ‘Rattlesnake’ (1995).

Ramsey Nouah started acting in the early 1990s because he needed money for his General Certificate Education (GCE). His acting career kicked off when he starred as Jeff Akin-Thomas in the Nigerian TV soap opera ‘Fortunes’. He has since appeared in numerous films starring in the lead role and has been called “Lover-Boy” for his numerous roles in romantic films. He is also considered to be one of the most sought-after actors in Nigeria.

In 2015, Nouah secured the rights to the 1992 movie ‘Living in Bondage’ for a possible remake. In 2018, he announced his remake had become a sequel titled ‘Living in Bondage: Breaking Free’, which was released on November 8, 2019. Nouah, who played the new villain, made his directorial debut, and the film won 7 awards at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.

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