Which child actor was part of your childhood? Pulse Movies is celebrating Children's Day with 5 child actors every 90s kid will remember.
Saturday, May 27, 2017, is Children's Day in Nigeria.
The 90s and 00s saw the arrival of quite a number of child stars in the Nigerian movie industry.
While some of them have moved on to different professions or disappeared totally, some others are still in the movie industry, growing and entertaining movie lovers.
Pulse Movies is celebrating the event by sharing five child actors who would definitely be remembered by the 90s kids.
1. Peter Bunor Junior
Possibly the most popular child actor of the 90s and 00s, Peter Bunor Jnr. became a household name following his menacing role in the classic movie, "Ejima."
2. Sharon Ezeamaka
From "Broken Marriage" to "Little Angel," Sharon Ezeamaka, who recently played Princess in the 2015 "Shuga," was a delight to watch in the 2000s.
3. Samuel Ajibola
Before he became Spiff on "The Johnsons," Ajibola was active as a child actor between 1995 to 2003, featuring in movies like "Onome," "Day of Reckoning," "Eye Witness" among others.
4. Azeez Ololade Ijaduade
Every child who grew up watching indigenous Yoruba movies will definitely remember watching Azeez as Ola in the classic movie, "Iru Esin."
The son of popular actor Dimeji Ijaduade, Azeez was also popular for "Jensimi" and "Omo Nla."
5. Williams Uchemba
Popular for movies like "Dorothy My Love," "Beyond Belief," "The World of Riches" among others, Williams Uchemba was an memorable part of the childhood of movie lovers that grew up in the 90s.
Which child actor was part of your childhood?