Nollywood actress Tracy Daniels is has come to reveal that snagging movie roles have become increasingly difficult as there is now a discrimination against home-based actors.
Tracy Daniels has been noticeably absent from the movie scene of late. However, it appears this is not of her volition but the current challenges in the industry.
In a recent interview with Vanguard, the beautiful actress revealed that good scripts have been hard to come by and that most notable production companies in Nigeria only want what she calls “UK returnee-actors” in their movies.
She said “It’s so bad that the discrimination is now based on who speaks foreign accent fluently and talent is no longer the yardstick for selecting actors to feature in movies.Most of us who are based in the country have been ‘benched’ by the giant production companies simply because they want to cast British-trained actors to shoot Nigerian version of American superhero film, Black Panther.”
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