BBNaija’s Boma Akpore has claimed he’s come to the realization that it’s impossible to please everyone all the time in life.
He made this known while also discussing what it meant to be a good actor and script interpreter. The actor who has been in Hollywood films claims that it requires the grace of God to transform oneself into a movie character.
Boma said; “Acting is definitely not as easy as it seems. One needs talent, dedication, hard work and skill. One has to develop their muscle memory to be able to assimilate scripts easily. Getting in and out of character sometimes takes the grace of God.”
He also addressed the claim made by Emeka Rollas, President of the Actors Guild of Nigeria, that ex-BBNaija housemates were not dumped in Nollywood.
“That’s to whom it may concern. That particular statement has nothing to do with me. I have been acting since 2017. I went to the New York Film Academy in the United States of America in 2017 and I am a trained actor. I have worked on numerous projects, including ‘Blacklist NBC’, ‘Law and Order SVU’ and ‘Brooklyn Coven’. I did all of them before coming on the BBN show. I can’t even relate (to what the AGN president said),” Boma said.
On his role in the movie, ‘Brotherhood’, he explained, “I played the role of Sanusi, an ex-military weapon specialist from Chad Republic. The role had lots of stunt action. Luckily for me, I’m a trained stunt actor from one of the best teachers in New York. I did 95 per cent of my stunts myself. We did lots of risky moves; I got injured but I am glad it wasn’t too extreme. I look forward to acting with Denzel Washington, Brad Pitt and Viola Davis.”
Shifting the focus on hi life, boma said;
He said; “I have learnt that there is always calmness after the storm. Also, I have learnt that patience is a virtue and focus is extremely important in achieving one’s life goals.”