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Chizzy Alichi Net Worth 2022 And Biography



Chizzy Alichi Net Worth 2022 And Biography

Nollywod film industry is one of most popular film industry in Nigeria and Africa at large. The Industry has good looking and beautiful actresses all over the industry, among them is Chizzy Alichi.

Chizzy Alichi Net Worth 2021 And Biography

Chizzy Alichi is one of the best, finest, talented actress in Nollywood. In this post, I will share with you the Chizzy Alichi Net Worth 2021 And Biography

Chizzy Alichi Biography

Chigozie Stephanie Alichi popularly known by Chizzy Alichi is a Nollywod Actress, model, and a film writer.

The Nollywod princess was born on 23rd, December 1989 in Enugu State, Nigeria. She did her primary and secondary education in Enugu State before proceeding to Enugu State University Of Science And Technology where she finished with a degree in Agricultural engineering.

Chizzy Alichi acting career started in 2010 when she was attending a movie audition in Enugu.

Her rose to fame begin after featuring in a blockbuster movies where she displayed her excellent acting roles and talents.

One of her best movie was “The Drop Of Blood” these movie have won her numerous awards and nomination that year.

Chizzy Alichi has appeared in over 150 Nollywod movies since joining the Industry. The actress is presently married to her lovely husband named chike Ugochukwu.



Chizzy Alichi Movies

Some of her movies are….

  • My only love
  • Wives Drama
  • Blind Marriage
  • My Story
  • Point and Kill
  • Little Oat
  • Teri Teri
  • Fada Fada
  • Virgin Justice and many more.

Chizzy Alichi Profile

Name: Chigozie Stephanie Alichi

Stage Name: Chizzy Alichi

Tribe: Igbo

Religion: Christianity

Age: 31 years of age

Relationship Status: Married.

Chizzy Alichi Net Worth 2022

Chizzy Alichi net worth is estimated to be around N10 million as of 2021 making her one of the most richest Actresses In Nigeria.

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I’ve made up stories in my head for as long as I can remember—I put myself to sleep at night when I was young by rewriting the plots and endings of books I’d read. I assumed this was normal and everyone else did it, too, until I began getting weird looks when I talked about it. Finally, when I was twelve, I figured it out and decided I’d be a writer when I grew up.

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