Hilda Dokubo, born October 22, 1969, is a Nigerian award-winning actress, activist, and youth advocate. She was the special adviser on youth affairs to Peter Odili, a former governor of Rivers State. Hilda Dokubo rose to fame with her debut film, Evil Passion. Hilda Dokubo was born in Buguma, Asari-Toru, in Rivers State.
|Full Name:||Hilda Dokubo|
|Date of Birth:||October 22, 1969|
|Place of Birth:||Buguma, Asari-Toru|
|State of Origin:||Rivers State|
|Occupation:||Actress & Acricis|
Early Life and Education
Hilda Dokubo was born in Buguma, a town in Asari-Toru, Rivers State, into a family of six children, being the first child.
She attended St. Mary State School Aggrey Road and Government Girls Secondary School for her primary and secondary education, respectively.
Hilda Dokubo’s mother was a teacher, while her father an engineer. Her parents were supportive of her career and education.
She graduated from the University of Port Harcourt with a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in Theatre.
Hilda Dokubo made her acting debut in the 1992 movie Evil Passion when she was serving in the youth service.
Since her breakthrough into the Nollywood movie industry, she has appeared in and produced a number of Nigerian movies.
Gone Forever, End of the Wicked, My Goodwill, and The CEO are among her movies.
Dokubo received Best Actress in a Supporting Role and Best Actress in the Comedy Category at the 11th Africa Movie Academy Awards after playing a supporting role in the 2015 movie Stigma.
She appeared in the 2019 film Locked, a narrative about raising awareness of mental health.
Hilda Dokubo developed and is the director of the Center for Creative Arts Education (CREATE), a non-governmental organization that uses the arts to empower young people and women.
Hilda Dokubo Net Worth
Hilda Dokubo is a famous Nigerian actress. She has an estimated net worth of $800,000.
- Without Love
- Forever (1995)
- Evil Passion (1996)
- Hour of Grace
- Fatal Desire
- Error of the Past (2000)
- Sweet Mother (2000)
- Black Maria (1997)
- End of the Wicked (1999)
- Onye-Eze (2001)
- My Good Will (2001)
- Light & Darkness (2001)
- A Barber’s Wisdom (2001)
- My Love (1998)
- Above Death: In God We Trust (2003)
- World Apart (2004)
- With God (2004)
- Unfaithful (2004)
- Chameleon (2004)
- 21 Days With Christ (2005)
- Gone Forever (2006)
- Stigma (2013)
- The CEO (2016)
- “Locked (2019)
Hilda Dokubo and Karo Mrakpor are happily married with the union blessed with a son named Tuvi Mrakpor.
Dokubo participated in a street demonstration in Lagos, Nigeria, in June 2020 against rape and other violent crimes against women.
She participated in the Port-Harcourt End SARS protests in October 2020 against police brutality.
In March 2020, Dokubo and Kate Henshaw organized an online protest against the selection of Senator Ishaku Elisha Dabo of the Adamawa North Senatorial District as the Actors Guild of Nigeria’s patron.
- Instagram: @hildadokubo