Obio Oluebube Cynthia, a diminutive but humorous and rapidly growing Nigerian film actress, turned 18 today.
On Friday, August 12, 2004, Mr. and Mrs. Obio gave birth to Obio Oluebube Cynthia in Ihiala village in Anambra State, of the Igbo ethnic group in Nigeria.
Her first and second cycles of education were completed in Anambra State, Nigeria. Obio Oluebebe is now on the waiting list for admission to a Nigerian higher institution known as “put on ice.”
Because of how well she portrays humor in her films, she is often referred to as the feminine replacement for the popular Nigerian movie duo, Aki and Pawpaw, and her diminutive pint-sized stature as well.
She has managed to manipulate the hearts of many movie enthusiasts on her side since her emergence in the Nollywood industry a while ago, making her one of Africa’s most widely accepted young movie stars.
Since her recent debut, she has appeared in films such as “Heart Of A Tiger” with Prince Iyke Olisa and others, such as “Ezenwayi,” as well as Heart Of A Tiger and House Pleasure.
She has also worked with several leading Nollywood actors and actresses, including Chiwetalu Agu, Livinus Nnochiri, Prince Iyle Olisa, Niche Security, Dan David Okon, Too sweet Annan, and many more.
On her special day, she took to her official Facebook page to express her gratitude to God for his mercies in her life. “Thank you, Lord, for everything you’ve done in my life; I’m so grateful to you, Lord; it’s my birthday.”