Ernest Obi, Nigerian actor and filmmaker, has recounted how he went naked during the filming of ‘Till Death’, his movie, about two decades ago.


The actor recently took to his Instagram page to reflect on the production of the film wherein he played the daring role of a psychotic young man.

Obi said he produced, wrote, and directed the movie which was released in the 1990s. The filmmaker also recalled how he went stark naked in the Festac axis of Lagos state while shooting the movie.

“Till death. Wrote, produced and directed this in the early/mid 90s. I remember running stark naked on the streets of Festac for this movie. The poster itself…hmmmm. Way ahead of the period,” he wrote.


The psychological thriller featured several movie stars like Pete Edochie, Ejike Asiegbu, Charles Okafor, and Joan Stephens.

The actor, who is from Anambra state, came into the spotlight after starring in ‘Glamour Girls’, a 1994 movie, where he took the role of a guy who is fond of cooking and washing his wife’s underwear.

Obi has established himself as a popular name in the Nigerian film industry since then with several hit projects like ‘Idemili’, ‘Poka Messiah’ and ‘The Harvest’.


He has also won numerous awards for his works on different occasions.

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