Timini Egbuson, the Nigerian actor, has revealed his greatest regret in life.


Speaking on the latest episode of the Menisms podcast, the 36-year-old said he regrets not getting married earlier.

He said he wishes he had settled down with one of his “young loves,” adding that he would have had a teenage child by now.

“Honestly, my biggest regret is not settling down early enough,” he said.


“I wish I had picked someone I loved. I mean, one of my young loves then. Maybe by now, I would have had a 14-year-old kid running around.”

The film star also boasted that with what he has achieved so far, he is the “biggest actor in Africa”.

Timini made his acting debut in 2010 on Tinsel, an M-Net soap opera.


He has since appeared in a plethora of hit movies such as ‘Breaded Life’, ‘Elevator Baby’, ‘Introducing the Kuju’s’, ‘Dinner At My Place’, and ‘A Tribe Called Judah’.

In 2019, Timini stated that one of the things he enjoys in his acting career is the opportunity to kiss “amazing” ladies.

“The best part of my job is that I do actually get to kiss amazing people. I have kissed Sharon Oja, I have kissed Jemima Osunde, I have kissed Bukola Oladipupo. I have blown,” Egbuson said.

The actor has earned numerous nominations and awards throughout his career.


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