Nollywood actress Damilola Adegbite has revealed that she might write a book about her crashed marriage to Ghanaian star, Chris Attoh, to give her fans first hand information on what transpired between the duo.
In a chat with Sunday Scoop, Damilola Adegbite was asked if she was willing to give marriage another try, she said:
“Of course, why not? I never say never. This time, I will be looking out for a man; he has to be a man (in the real sense of the word). I don’t try to foresee things as I prefer to live in the moment.
I learnt a lot from my past experience (in marriage) and I may have to write a book about it. There are quite a lot of things and I wouldn’t want to single out one. If I single it out, it may seem like the most important one when it’s not so; they are all very important.”
Damilola also believed marriage between two entertainers could work successfully:
“I don’t see why marriages between entertainers cannot work,” she said.
Speaking on her experience working on the movie, Merry Men, with AY, she said:
“It was an amazing one for me. I had a good time doing it. This was the first time I worked with AY and I really enjoyed it. However, my dream role is to be a Bond girl. I like the physical part of running and jumping; that’d be a bit more exciting than the drama we are used to in this side. I wouldn’t say I’m a tomboy but I like to work out and get active.
Before agreeing to be in any movie, I check my character in it and the story in general; I have to connect to it before I can be part of it. I also consider the other actors that would be on the project.”
The actress also maintained that acting was the only job she had ever thought of doing:
“Right from when I was a little girl, I’ve always wanted to be in the spotlight. And I’m also lucky because my parents supported me from the outset. I think I had my breakthrough in the TV series, Tinsel,” she stated.
Speaking on the cause of the scar just around her eyes, Adegbite said:
“It was a car accident when I was younger. It was a ghastly one and at the point of impact, everything just went blank for me and my face was ruined.”
On if she would consider cosmetic surgery, Damilola said:
“Why not? Every woman is entitled to being confident (in her body). Thankfully, I don’t need to. Maybe 10 years down the line, when my cheek or nose probably begins to sag, I would think about doing something.”