Nollywood actors, Segun Arinze and Fred Amata, on Monday, paid tributes to late actress Ada Ameh, who died on Sunday at a hospital in Warri, Delta, at the age of 48.
The actors in separate interviews in Lagos described late Ameh’s death as a huge loss to the entertainment industry.
According to them, Ameh was a fantastic actress.
Arinze said the deceased was a loving actress who would be missed by her fans and colleagues in the industry.
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He said late Ameh spoke about experiencing some mental health problems but unfortunately, nobody took her up on it.
He, however, advised his colleagues in the industry to always look after one another to guide against future recurrence of such cases.
Also, Amata described the deceased as an honest and upfront fellow, who represented the true spirit of Nollywood, from nothing to something.
He said Ameh’s death was a huge loss to the entertainment industry, considering her remarkable contributions.
Ameh was born May 15th, 1974 and had spent more than two decades in the Nigerian movie industry.
She was most notable for her character as Anita in the 1996 movie titled, “Domitilla”, and as Emu Johnson in the award winning Nigerian television series titled, “The Johnsons”.