Saint Obi, whose real name is Obinna Nwafor, is a renowned Nigerian actor, producer, director, and television personality. He gained fame during the 1990s and early 2000s, becoming one of the most recognizable faces in Nollywood, the Nigerian film industry. Known for his charming looks and acting skills, Saint Obi has contributed significantly to the growth and popularity of Nollywood.
Throughout his career, Saint Obi has appeared in numerous movies, portraying various characters across different genres. His notable roles have earned him a loyal fan base and critical acclaim. While it is not possible to list every movie he has played in,
Here are some of his notable films:
“Sakobi: The Snake Girl” (1998): This supernatural thriller revolves around a mystical snake girl who wreaks havoc on a community. Saint Obi plays the lead role, investigating the mysterious occurrences and fighting to save his people.
“Goodbye Tomorrow” (1999): In this drama, Saint Obi stars as a man named Ebele, who struggles with addiction and tries to overcome his personal demons. The movie addresses themes of redemption, forgiveness, and self-discovery.
“State of Emergency” (1994): This action-packed film depicts the political unrest and corruption in Nigeria. Saint Obi plays a pivotal role in exposing the corrupt politicians and fighting for justice and societal change.
“Take Me to Maama” (2003): This comedy-drama revolves around the challenges faced by an urban couple when they visit a rural village. Saint Obi portrays the husband, providing comic relief and navigating cultural clashes in a lighthearted manner.
“True Romance” (2000): In this romantic drama, Saint Obi plays the role of Tony, a man deeply in love with a woman from a different social class. The movie explores themes of love, societal norms, and the challenges faced by star-crossed lovers.