“I can’t stand cheating rich husband” – Actress Blessing Patrick

Blessing Patrick, a Nollywood actress, has established a great career. One important indicator of her success is that her parents, who opposed her decision to become a thespian rather than a Reverend Sister, are now her biggest supporters.

She has expanded her career beyond acting, with films such as Love Happens, Marriage by Circumstance, and Dilemma demonstrating her abilities in this respect.

During a recent interview, she talked about her background and what it was like growing up. She also revealed that she is currently single and unmarried.

See some excerpts below.

You took a break from the industry, and there were also rumours that you got married. What is your true position?

I’m not yet married. But I am hopeful that marriage will happen soon. I left the industry to put myself together. I was running a company that deals with contracts and farming machinery. I was also running a baking company.

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So, leaving the industry gave me time to focus on and nurture these ventures. So, spiritually and physically, I focused on God and my businesses. I am back in the industry, acting and producing my movies. I am currently engaged in setting up my Youtube channel. I’ll do more productions and put them on Blema TV, my YouTube channel.

After being away, was it difficult to fit into the industry again?

By God’s grace, it wasn’t difficult with the likes of Uche Mbunabo and Benita Eyiuche because I came back loaded (with money).

So, I didn’t have to beg for roles to play and all that. I came back with the mindset of producing my own work and not begging for roles from people. In this entertainment industry, as long as you come with funds, it opens a platform for you and makes everything less stressful.

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Between acting and producing, which do you cherish more?

They both mean a lot to me, but when asked to pick one, I’d go for production because it gives me a sense of fulfilment and joy. I see myself giving people opportunities to showcase their talent and get paid as well. So, I’d say that acting comes with passion, while production gives fulfillment.

In producing your movies, what challenges you face?

The major challenge during production is the availability of actors. But then, the likes of Uche Mbunabo and Ruth Kadiri have made me realize that I don’t really need experienced or known actors for my movies to fly.

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I have realised that I could harness the talents of upcoming actors and bring them to the limelight. All I need to do is just to have a good story and my movies will come out well.

Have you had any embarrassing encounters with an actor while on set?

What turns me off is inconsistency. By that I mean, when you’re doing my movie and are still interested in doing other people’s movies simultaneously.

The one that annoys me the most is when you’re needed to play your role, but you’re nowhere to be found, probably because you’re involved in shooting another person’s movie. It is always very annoying.


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