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Sharon Ooja Husband, Age, Career, Parents, Biography, Movies

Sharon Ooja is a Nigerian actress. She is famous for her role as “Shalewa” in the web series Skinny Girl in Transit. Named a top female celebrity of 2020 and a Nollywood actress to watch in 2024, Sharon Ooja continues to shine in her career. Among a select few, she was chosen by Netflix to represent Nigeria in the South African event, “The Bridgerton Affair.” However, during the remake of the movie “Glamour Girls,” Sharon faced a setback as she fell ill.

Sharon Ooja Age, Wiki, Biography

Sharon Ooja’s full name is Sharon Ooja Egwurube. Sharon Ooja was born on 6 April 1991 in Kaduna, Nigeria. Sharon Ooja’s age is 33 years as of 2024. Sharon Ooja did her schooling at Regina Pacis Secondary School, Garki II, Abuja, and St. Louis Girls’ College, Jos. She graduated from Houdegbe North American University Benin. Sharon Ooja’s nationality is Nigerian.

Sharon Ooja Parents, Siblings

Sharon hails from the Idoma tribe of Benue state. She was born in Kaduna State. Sharon has three sisters. She did not share her parents’ information.

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Sharon Ooja Husband, Relationships

In March 2024, the actress revealed that she had a private civil wedding with her husband, affectionately known as “odogwu silencer.” Surrounded by family, friends, and colleagues, Sharon Ooja married Ugo Nwoke in a beautiful celebration. The traditional ceremony took place on June 27, 2024, followed by the white wedding on June 29, 2024.

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Sharon Ooja Movies

In 2013, Sharon Ooja made her television debut as Jola in the “Gidi Up” TV Show. In 2024, she appeared as Oloture in the “Oloture: The Journey” show. She also appeared in the “Flawsome”, “Skinny Girl in Transit”, and “The Men’s Club” TV Shows.

In 2018, Sharon Ooja made her film debut with “From Lagos with Love”. In 2024, Sharon Ooja acted in the “Dead Serious” film. Sharon Ooja also acted in many movies like Glamour Girls, Bad Comments, Still Falling, Coming from Insanity, Kambili: The Whole 30 Yards, Who’s The Boss, Bad Comments, Moms at War, King of Boys, Bling Lagosians, and more.

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