Veteran Nollywood Actor Dies At 81
Nollywood actor and the first president of the Actors’ Guild of Nigeria, Chief Lari Williams, has died at the age of 81 following a long illness.Information Guide Nigeria
The actor who died at his home in Ikom, Cross River State Sunday was famous for his roles in hit soap operas such as Village Headmaster, Ripples, and Mirror in The Sun.
According to PUNCH, this was disclosed in a statement made available to PUNCH by the family.
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The Statement Reads, “He will be greatly missed by his family and many friends. Burial arrangements will be announced soon.”
During his lifetime, Williams had a career that spanned over five decades and was a poet, playwright and celebrated actor both in live theatre and on screen, earning him a prestigious national honour; Member of the Order of the Federal Republic in 2008.Jamb Result
He became a professional actor after studying Journalism at the London School of Journalism and proceeded to study English at Morley College and then drama at the Mountview Theatre School and Stratford E15 Acting School, England.
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