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Sharon Ooja Net worth And Biography



Sharon Ooja Net worth And Biography

Sharon Ooja is one of the best promising Nollywood actress in Nigeria. Her outstanding performance in movies made her a different actress in the industry.

Let’s take a look at Sharon Ooja Net worth And Biography

Sharon Ooja Net worth And Biography

Sharon Ooja Biography

Sharon Ooja is a renowned Nollywood actress, Model, TV personality known for her acting skills in Skinny Girl In Transit.

The Actress was born in Kaduna State on the 6th of April 1991 making her 30 years old as of 2021.

Sharon started and completed her primary and secondary school education in Kaduna before going to North American University in Benin where she graduated with a degree in Mass communication.

Her journey into the Nollywood film indutry started in 2013 in Lagos. She was famous for her role as Shelewa in a Movie Series titled “Skinny Girl in Transit”

Since then, Sharon Ooja has been winning awards and recognition for her talents and skills in movies.

She has so far appeared in several movies like From Lagos with love, Mom’s of War, Lara and the beat, King of boys and many more.



Some of her Awards include: She won the city people Movie Award for the promising actress in 2018, Sharon also won city people Movie Award for the new actress in that year.

Sharon Ooja is currently among the most beautiful actresses in Nollywood, she is indeed blessed with good looking body structures.

Sharon Ooja Net Worth

The net worth of Sharon Ooja was calculated to be around $300, 000, she is among the new richest Nollywood actresses.

Sharon Ooja Profile

Name: Sharon Ooja Egwurube

Age: 30 years old

Place of birth: Kaduna State

Profession: Acting/Modelling

Marital Status: Single

Net worth: $300, 000

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