Regina Daniels biography: Career, net worth, marriage to Ned Nwoko

Regina Daniels

Regina Daniels is a Nigerian actress, popular for her roles in Broken Chakkels (2017), Hand of Fate 2 (2012) and Brave Mind (2012).

The actress, who is just 20-years-old (as of 2020), is one of the biggest icons in the Nigerian entertainment industry.

The young lady began acting at a young age. In fact, when she was just seven years old, she played a role in the Marriage of Sorrow film.

Who is Regina Daniels father? Although there isn’t any available information on the internet about her father, her mother is quite well known.

Her mother, Rita Daniels, is a popular actress and a prominent member of the Delta State Actors Guild. Rita Daniels supported Regina in every way possible, so her daughter could become a famous actress.

The actress has five siblings: Samuel, Lawrence, Emmanuel, Ifeoma, and Destiny Daniels. Regina is the fifth of the six children in her family.

For her education, she studied at the prestigious Hollywood International School in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria. In 2018, she proceeded to study Mass Communication at Igbinedion University.

The actress’ first role was in Marriage of Sorrow, which earned her 10,000 Naira. Since her debut in the entertainment industry, the actress has made prominent appearances in several films.

According to Austine Media, the actress has a net worth of $1.5 million.

The actress is married to Ned Nwoko, whose full name is Prince Ned Munir Nwoko. He is a lawyer, businessman, and politician. Regina Daniels wedding took place on Sunday, May 26, 2019, in Aniocha local government area, Delta State.

The couple welcomed their first child together, a boy, in June 2020.

One of the biggest talking points about their relationship is the fact that Ned is 40 years older than Regina.

The actress set up a charity organization – Regina Daniels Foundation – aimed at giving back to the community and providing for the poor children and those who face physical challenges such as those who are differently-abled and the orphaned. Regina and her staff organize big events every year as the world marks Children’s Day to treat children to good food, clothes, learning materials, etc.

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