Uche Jombo Biography
Uche Jombo Age
Uche Jombo Husband – Uche Jombo Marriage
Uche Jombo Baby – Uche Jombo Children
Uche Jombo and her significant other Kenny Rodriguezon have a child together who is called Matthew Rodriguez.
Uche Jombo Career
Uche Jombo Weight Loss
Uche Jombo shed a portion of the additional pounds she had gained.
Uche Jombo Movies
Oge’s Sister (2015) Actor/Writer/Producer
Almost Perfect (2015) Actor/Producer
Under Your Skin (2014) Actor/ Producer
After the Proposal (2014) Actor/ Producer
Unconditional (2014) Actor/Producer/Writer
Lies Men Tell (2013) Actor/Producer/Writer
False (2013) Actor/Producer
Blood or Wine (2013) Actor
Lonely Heart (2013) Actor
Lagos Cougars (2013) Actor
Broken silence(2012) Actor/ Producer
Mrs somebody(2012) Actor
Blood or wine(2012) Actor
The place(2012) Actor
Misplaced(2012) Actor/ Producer
A mother’s fight(2012) Actor/ Producer
Damage (2011) Actor/ Producer/Writer
Player No 1 (2011) Actor
Holding Hope (2011) Actor/ Producer/ Writer
Kiss and Tell (2011) Actor
Unguarded (2011) Actor
Nollywood Hustlers (2010) Actor/ Producer
Rebrand (2010) Actor
Too Much (2010) Actor
Silent Scandals (2010) Actor
Memories of My Heart (2010) Actor
Brutal Heart (2010) Actor
Mad Sex (2010) Actor
Titanic Sister (2009) Actor
The Celebrity (2009) Actor/Writer
Through the Fire (2009) Actor
Between Two Worlds (2009) Actor
Chase (2009) Actor
The Generals (2008) Actor
The One For Me (2008) Actor
Sweet Pain (2008) Actor
World of Honor (2008) Actor
Strength of Faith (2008) Actor
Sacred Heart (2008) Actor
Smackdown (2008) Actor
Reloaded (2008) Actor
When The Heart Lies (2008) Actor
Feel My Pain (2008) Actor
Beyonce and Rihanna (2008) Actor
Solid Affection (2008) Actor
What Went Wrong (2008) Actor
Winds of Mistake (2008) Actor
Total War (2007) Actor
Behind the Truth (2007) Actor
Blessed Among Women (2007) Actor
Most Wanted Bachelor (2007) Actor
Be My Wife (2007) Actor/Writer
Why Me Father (2007) Actor
Keep My Will (2007) Actor
Boys Cot (2007) Actor
House of Commotion (2007) Actor
Price of Fame (2007) Actor/Writer
Yahoo Millionaire (2007) Actor
Love Wins (2007) Actor
Divided Heart (2007) Actor
Bone in the Neck (2007) Actor
Tower of Beauty (2007) Actor
Hottest Babes (2007) Actor
Girls Cot (2007) Actor
Blood for Tears (2006) Actor
Perfect Planner (2006) Actor
Rush Hour (2006) Actor
Wrong Woman (2006) Actor
Women of Faith (2006) Actor
My Sister My Love (2006) Actor
A Price To Pay (2006) Actor
Greatest Harvest (2006) Actor
Games Men Play (2005) Actor/Writer
Endless Lies (2005) Actor/Writer
Fire Love (2005) Actor
Koko Babes (2005) Actor
Corporate Runs (2005) Actor
Secret Fantasy (2005) Actor
A Time To Love (2005) Actor/Writer
Black Bra (2005) Actor
Girls in The Hood (2004) Actor
Total Crisis (2004) Actor
A Cry for Help 3 (2003) Actor
Darkest Night (2003) Actor
Rumours (2003) Actor
Ordained (2002) Actor
To Love Forever (2002) Actor/Writer
Sleeping with the Enemy (2002) Actor
Shakara (2000) Actor
Girls Hostel (2000) Actor
Visa to Hell (2000) Actor
Adure (2000) Actor
Love Boat (2000) Actor
Ordained (2000) Actor/Writer
Price of Peace
White Gold Sellers
Caught in the Act
Uche Jombo Interview
Interviewer: Hi Uche. It’s been a bit of a task getting you to sit down for this interview. You seem to have been very busy lately. What have you been up to?
Interviewer: Tell me about some of the movies we should be expecting to see you featured in soon.
Interviewer: I read somewhere that you’re affiliated with a Reality TV Show, Nollywood Search in the UK. What is your role in it?
Uche Jombo: It’s organized by Nollywood Uncut. I got interested in their script. It’s not my show per say but whoever wins will work with us.
Interviewer: Your movie, Damage has been out for over a year now. How has the reception been?
Recalling the Early Years
Interviewer: Now Uche, please take me back to the beginning of your acting career. How did you step into shoes of an actress?
Interviewer: How has the journey been so far? What encouragement would you give to people just starting out in their acting career?
Interviewer: You started out acting mostly ‘Tom Boy’ roles but have now grown to the leading ‘Diva’ kind of roles. Tell me about your career growth.
Interviewer: Did your ‘Tom Boy’ status in movies then have anything to do with what you were like when growing up?
Interviewer: That is funny. What is your educational background like?
Uche Jombo: I read Mathematics and Statistics as my first degree at University of Calabar and Computer Programming as my Post Graduate Diploma at Federal University of Technology, Minna.
Interviewer: You have two degrees and decided to put it aside for acting? Why?
Fashion & Style
Interviewer: I watched a show once where the camera had a peek into your wardrobe and showed that you have quite a large number of shoes…
Uche Jombo: Shoes was one of my guilty pleasures but now it’s equipment for my work.
Interviewer: Why do you have this love for shoes?
Uche Jombo: Because I am short. I am five feet four inches. And then, someone said to me once, “if you don’t have the height you can just buy it.” I do not own one pair of flats.
Growth & Controversies
Interviewer: A number of Nigerian actors are spreading their wings into the Hollywood scene. Do you have any plans to do something similar to that?
Interviewer: You are one of the few Nollywood actresses to clinch a Glo Ambassador deal. How did you get it?
Uche Jombo: I got it like every other person. They did profiles for some actors and they called. At first, I thought it was a joke.
Interviewer: As a celebrity, you might have been sometimes misinterpreted or wrongly accused by the media. What is the most ridiculous thing you’ve ever read or heard about yourself?
Interviewer: That was a long time ago. How long has the case been in court?
Uche Jombo: We’ve been in court for over two years but it’s OK, I have the time.
Interviewer: Is the publication still being circulated?
Uche Jombo: It’s still on but I intend to close it even if it’s the last thing I do.
Just for fun
Interviewer: On a lighter note now, if you were stuck on a lonely island, what three things would you love to have with you?
Uche Jombo: My Bible, my water and my husband.
Interviewer: What is your favourite colour?
Uche Jombo: It used to be black and then I didn’t know when it came to blue. I just go with the flow, I don’t really have a favorite color now.
Interviewer: Do you cook often?
Uche Jombo: Yes but not as often as I want to.
Interviewer: What meal do you have the biggest challenge with when cooking?
Uche Jombo: If I have a challenge about cooking a particular meal, I just won’t cook it. Cooking has to be fun for me. It has to be something I know I can make.
Interviewer: Tell me something most people don’t know about you?
Uche Jombo: I have Insomnia. I called my producer up one time and she was sounding very sleepy and then I checked the time and it was past two am. I had no idea. When people say they have time changes affecting them, not me. I just write or I am in the studio.
The Wedding of her Dreams
Interviewer: The news has been buzzing for a while that you got married in Puerto Rico last month, but you’ve been quiet about it. Why?
Interviewer: I’m itching to hear more about your wedding. Was it a fairy tale kind of wedding?
Interviewer: Tell me about your husband. Where is he from? How did you meet him?
Interviewer: What attracted you to him?
Uche Jombo: His positive energy, it’s amazing.
Interviewer: How long did you date before getting married?
Uche Jombo: Not up to a year. I met him last year.
Interviewer: Was there any particular reason why Desmond Elliott was the only Nollywood star that attended your wedding?
Uche Jombo: He is one of my oldest friends in Nollywood. I don’t know anybody as long as I’ve known Desmond in Nollywood.
Interviewer: Were you able to have most of your family members in Puerto Rico to share your memorable day with you?
Uche Jombo: No, not everybody.
Interviewer: What is the most romantic thing your husband has ever said or done for you?
Uche Jombo: He is not like anybody I’ve met before. He is certainly the most romantic person I’ve ever met in my whole life, needless to say, that is why I married him.
Interviewer: Wow, that’s really sweet. How did he propose to you?
Interviewer: You’re here in Nigeria and he is back in America. How are you coping with the long distance separating you both?
Uche Jombo: It’s not really long distance because I’m only here when I’m working. When I’m not working, I’m with him.
Interviewer: I know it’s been just over a month now but how has married life been for you so far?
Uche Jombo: Well, we just started so we are still at that point where everything is rosy.
Interviewer: Is there going to be any name change for you?
Uche Jombo: There was in the marriage license but because I’m a brand, in order not to confuse people, you can still call me Uche Jombo. Uche Jombo and Mrs. Rodriguez are two different people. One is the brand and one is the wife.