• October 31, 2020

50’s Look Good On The Nigerian Actress Iretiola Doyle As She Unlocks Chapter 53

Birthdays are precious occasions for most people and it’s also time for them to reflect on their growth, be thankful for how far they have come while looking ahead for more better things.

Who said birthday are for kids only? Well, also adults have been known to enjoy the celebration just as much as kids and Noolywood actress, Iretiola Doyle is a testimony to that.

The talented actress, Iretiola Doyle, has unlocked a year older on May 3, 2020, and celebrating her birthday, the actress posted an interesting story of how she lost a job despite her manager being in charge of it.

 

Her post reads as follows: “Moral of the story: It will not always be peaches and cream. You will not always get the role. You will face rejection. Some will be more painful than others. Know it.

Embrace it. Rejection is a large part of this business. You may hear several “no”s” before you hear a yes. Don’t let it stop you. Keep it at. Brush it off quickly and on to the next.

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Do not be resentful, be genuinely happy for others and lose that sense of entitlement. We can smell it a mile away. Most importantly “keep wearing your red shirt”… sooner or later the right people will take notice.”

Well the 53-year-old birthday lady seem to be celebrating her birthday in a classic way, and not to mention that she doesn’t even look 53… Keep on doing what you doing lady clear it does wonders for you. Happy birthday Iretiola Doyle.

 

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This time, the call came from my manager. Yes, I’ve had one of those at different times in my career…now that’s a whole different topic – contracts management -the “business of the show” – that’s a module all on it’s own. Anyways, this time it was an audition for a lead role in a major series produced by Endemol that year. After 3 wks of back and forth and several call backs, my manager asked me to go to the production office and pick up a letter. I thought that was odd seeing as she was my manager and any info should naturally flow through her. No worries, I took myself there, it had to be good news seeing as my “manager” was also intimately involved with the project in other ways. Imagine my chagrin when it turned out to a rejection letter signed by my manager in her capacity as the Casting Director. 🤦‍♀️ Don’t let that distract you. Moral of the story: It will not always be peaches and cream. You will not always get the role. You will face rejection. Some will be more painful than others. Know it. Embrace it. Rejection is a large part of this business. You may hear several “no”s” before you hear a yes. Don’t let it stop you. Keep it at. Brush it off quickly and on to the next. Do not be resentful, be genuinely happy for others and lose that sense of entitlement. We can smell it a mile away. Most importantly “keep wearing your red shirt”… sooner or later the right people will take notice. Time tomorrow is 4-5 PM on IG live. #MasterTheCraft #BirthdayLoading

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