Awarding winning Nollywood actor Femi Jacobs says Nigerian actors actor do too much for fans to like them, for nothing.
He also disclosed that his role in the new drama INTRODUCING THE KUJUS played out well because he refused to hold back and decided to just let it go.
Recently in an interview with Gold Myne Tv at the premiere of the movie in Lagos, Jacobs talked about how indifferent he felt about his character which made him flow while playing it out naturally.
Jacobs added that if he was to judge his character in the movie he would have held back which would have affected the role negatively.
“Everybody wants to be liked in a film, that is the vanity of an actor” according to Femi, but since he has played many different roles, his audiences know him to an extent that made it easy for him to try something different
In the year 2012, Femi Jacobs came into prominence for playing Makinde Esho in the film THE MEETING.
He also trained as a pilot in South Africa before he joined the movie industry in 2008. Jacob is also a writer and one of his inspirational books is The Rise.