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Acting was a calling, not just career – Big Lizzy





Godwin Udoh




A Nigeria born Nollywood actress and scriptwriter, Asinobi Elizabeth Uloma also known as Big Lizzy, said her journey into Nollywood was not just a career choice, but a calling.


The talented actress said, that her passion in acting, and determination to excel in this field has seen her rise through the ranks to become one of the most sought-after actresses in Nigeria. Known for her versatility, effortlessly switches between roles, capturing the hearts of audiences with compelling performances.


Asinobi Elizabeth Uloma is the fifth child of Mr and Mrs Asinobi Francis, Owerri, Imo State and grew up in a close-knit family pushed her through early education at St. Augustine Model College, City College, Okigwe primary and secondary respectively in Imo State.


Elizabeth’s thirst for knowledge and personal growth led her to the United Kingdom, where she furthered her studies at Coventry University. This international exposure not only broadened her horizons but also enriched her understanding of the global film industry, preparing her for the diverse roles she would later embrace.

The Owerri born actress, Big Lizzy who being acting a decade ago, has not only carved an niche for herself, but portrayed roles that range from village maidens to spoilt daughters with remarkable finesse. Her journey is not just about the glitz and glamour of the movie industry but also about her unwavering commitment to bringing positive change to society.

Big Lizzy’s filmography is a testament to her talent and dedication and of her most notable performances include: King of Vultures, Fears of My Past, Marlain Prince, to mention but few.


For Big Lizzy, acting is more than just a profession; it’s a platform to inspire and enact change, aiming at bring positive change that impacts both the industry and society.


“Believes that movies have the power to foster unity and peace, serving as an escape from the monotony of everyday life. By entertaining people which also provides income opportunities for marketers and others involved in the film industry”.



Her stories lines mostly centre on addressing social issues and promote cultural heritage, brings stories of the Nigerian people to the forefront, shedding light on their struggles, triumphs, and rich traditions. It also highlighted the importance of unity and peace, encouraging audiences to reflect on these values in their own lives.


Apart from acting and writing, she loves to travel, passion for exploring new places not only provides her with a much-needed break but also enriches understanding of different cultures.