Mary Remmy Njoku is a famous Nollywood actress, producer and a television personality. She was born on the 20th March 1985 in Mile 2 Estate, Amuwo Odofin, Festac, Lagos State, Nigeria. She is currently 33 years old. She is very gifted, skillful, creative and talented in acting and interpretation of movie roles. She knows how to interpret her roles very well and can fit in any character given to her by movie directors and producers in Nigeria.
Mary Remmy Njoku is currently the wife to Jason Njoku, who is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Iroko TV. She got married to Jason Njoku on 18th August 2012 in Festac, Lagos, Nigeria. On 30th July 2013, she and her husband Jason Njoku welcomed their first son named Jason Obinna Njoku. On 24th August 2015, Mary Remmy Njoku and her husband Jason Njoku welcomed their second child named Nwakaego Annabel Njoku.
Mary Remmy Njoku was born and raised in Mile 2 Estate, Amuwo Odofin, Festac, Lagos State, Nigeria, where she completed her primary school education and obtained her First School Leaving Certificate. After completing her primary school education, Mary Remmy Njoku attended Amuwo Odofin High School and Navy Town Secondary School both in Lagos State, Nigeria and obtained her West African Senior School Certificate. She also has a diploma in Computer Science.
Mary Remmy Njoku joined the Nigerian movie industry (Nollywood) in the late 2000s and made her acting debut in the movie titled “Home Sickness” which she featured in alongside with Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha. Mary Remmy Njoku rose to fame after acting in the Nollywood blockbuster movie “Blackberry Babes” a movie that brought her to limelight and gave her a lot of advantage in Nollywood. She acts mostly in romantic movies alongside with several top Nollywood celebrities.
In 2011, Mary Remmy Njoku lost her sister Eucharia Remmy, who was killed by Boko Haram while undergoing her mandatory one year national youth service in Damaturu, Yobe State in the northern part of Nigeria.
She is currently married to Iroko TV boss Jason Njoku and her marriage is currently blessed with two lovely kids. In May 2013, Mary Remmy Njoku, her husband Jason Njoku and Bastian Gotter altogether launched “SPARK” a $2 million company to support aspiring Nigerian Tech and Internet entrepreneurs.
In 2013, Mary Remmy Njoku and her husband Jason Njoku launched ROK Studios, Iroko’s film studio and entertainment brand which is a leading African film and television studio and production house based in Lagos, Nigeria.
Remmy Njoku is currently the CEO of Roc Nation, a movie production company which she used to produce blockbusters movies like Husbands of Lagos, Desperate House Girls, Losing Control and Cougars. She has also produced and released several movies.
On 29th September 2016, Rok Studios launched a brand new Nollywood channel on UK’s Sky TV channel 344. On 1st November 2016, ROK was launched across Africa on the DSTV platform bringing exciting original content to 52 countries, every 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
In 2016, Mary Remmy Njoku was nominated for The Futures Awards and EbonyLife Prize for Best Screen Producer. Mary Remmy Njoku has acted in more than 100 Nollywood movies which include Critical Truth, Hand of Fate, Sins of the Past, Blackberry Babes, Home Sickness, etc.
Mary Remmy Njoku and her husband Jason Njoku had a grand celebration on their wedding day with several Nollywood celebrities and Nigerian entertainment key players in attendant. Her wedding ceremony took place at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Lagos, Nigeria and was anchored by Nollywood comic actor Charles Inojie as the master of ceremony.
The wedding ceremony was attended by several movie and music industry players such as Mercy Aigbe, Emem Isong, Oge Okoye, Mercy Johnson, 2Shotz, amongst many others. The couple met about two years ago and has been engaged for the past six months before finally settling down on 18th August 2012.
Mary Remmy Njoku is currently one of the richest and most influential actress in Nigeria with an estimated net worth of $500,000.
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