Exclusive: Chuks Joseph evidence of hope for all talents and hardworkers

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Chuks Joseph is a shining example of hope for all talented and hardworking individuals. He is a testament to the power of dedication and perseverance, inspiring others to strive for greatness and never give up on their dreams. His story is a reminder that with hard work and determination, anything is possible.

Actor Chuks Joseph

In an exclusive interview with Ranks Africa’s Movie Culture Spotlight Magazine “Screen”, he discussed his journey in the movie industry check his responses below:

Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?

In five years, I envision myself as a more accomplished actor and person, having achieved success in a variety of projects and earned several awards. With the help of God, I hope to have taken my craft to an international level.

 

Were there any early difficulties as an ACTOR, and what kept you going?Β 

Yes, there were certainly some early difficulties as an actor. However, my passion for the craft and my unwavering belief in myself kept me going. I was determined to get better and make things work, no matter what.

 

You are such a fun and loving person according to your social media; how can you describe your professional self?

I take my work very seriously. When I’m given a character to portray, I conduct thorough research to ensure I’m accurately representing them.

I take notes while reading my scripts and preparing for the role, and I always strive to be punctual on set while maintaining a professional demeanor.

Despite this, I still manage to bring my fun-loving personality to the table.

 

What words of wisdom would you offer to talented people out there nursing ambitions to become actors?

Always believe in yourself and your capabilities; stay true to your path and let passion fuel your ambition, for the journey to success is not always easy.

Tell us three things you like and three things you dislike about your current position as an actor in the Nigerian entertainment industry.

I am grateful for the recognition I am receiving from producers and casting directors I have always admired and wanted to work with. The quality of films being released is remarkable and is sparking conversations on social media. I am also pleased to see that younger actors and filmmakers are being given the opportunity to create something special.

 

Due to the attention I am receiving, people are expecting me to have a lot of money, when in reality I am still working hard to make a good life for myself. This newfound attention is taking some getting used to, but I am confident that I will adjust with time.

 

The film industry can be unpredictable, with periods of inactivity followed by a flurry of work offers that can sometimes conflict with each other. This is something I have no control over, as filmmaking is a collaborative effort and the people involved have different schedules and work times. I am getting used to this, but it will take some time.

 

What are you looking forward to in the new year any projects?

My debut project, Dark October, is coming to Netflix, and it is a pivotal film in my career thus far. Additionally, I have a number of other unreleased features, such as ‘The Origin’, that will be released on various platforms throughout the year.

 

I am also looking forward to being cast in more projects, being on set, and creating the best work possible.

Check out someΒ  Behind The Scene Pictures

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