Kate Henshaw Turns 50: 5 Amazing Facts About the Actress
Female Nollywood star Kate Henshaw clocked 50 years today 19 July, 2021
The veteran actress and activist took to social media to celebrate her new age as fans and other celebrities also recognized her
Naija FM marks the golden jubilee of the Nigerian movie star by sharing 5 facts about her
It’s a beautiful day for veteran Nigerian actress Kate Henshaw as she turns 50.
The talented movie star took to Twitter and Instagram to celebrate her new age with some amazing photos.
The delectable actress was eulogised by fellow movie stars Rita Dominic and Uche Jumbo as they shared beautiful photos and videos on Instagram.
In the comment section of her post were fans who also showered prayers and praises on the actress.
To celebrate Kate Henshaw’s golden jubilee, Naija FM will be sharing some amazing facts about her career.
1. The actress once ran for a political post
Henshaw is among the list of celebrities who have shown interest in politics.
In 2014, the actress Henshaw contested for the ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to represent Odukpani Federal Constituency Calabar at the House of Representatives.
Although she didn’t win, she has maintained a strong interest in politics.
2. She loves the gym
You’re looking at Kate Henshaw’s photos and wondering why she looks nothing like 50 right? It’s because she loves to spend time at the gym.
— Kate Henshaw (@HenshawKate) May 28, 2021
The actress once revealed that she spends close to 3 hours at the gym on most days.
3. She earned 30,000 for her first movie
Being successful in the movie industry is not as easy as it seems and most people had to start from humble beginnings to find their way to the top.
Star actress Kate Henshaw has revealed that she earned 30,000 Naira for her first movie role in 1993.
4. Work in a Bottling Company
The movie industry has not been all this actress knows.
Henshaw who is a microbiologist revealed in 2020, that she once worked at the Nigeria Bottling Company in Ikeja.
5. Federal Government recognition
Even Nigeria recognizes the amazing works of the talented actress.
In 2011, the federal government honoured her as a member of the Order of the Federal Republic (MFR).