My Craft, My Passion, Says Actress And Firefighter, Grace Agbo

My  Craft, My  Passion, Says Actress And Firefighter, Grace Agbo


Nollywood star, Grace Agbo, who is now a firefighter with the Federal Fire Service, continues to grab attention wherever she does her fire-fighting assignment.

Most often she grabs attention as she is most often recognised as a movie star based on her endearing role interpretation in movies she has participated in.

In some instances some of the movies buffs go ahead to get confirmation from her about her active involvement in Nollywood and why she combines the world of make-believe with fire fighting which many consider as too hazardous for a damsel like her.

However, after she takes the time to tell them her story convincingly and why she had to do the combination she is appreciated and given words of encouragement.

Grace Agbo

Born in Okpokwu Local Government Area of Benue State, Grace, has for many years appeared regularly on the silverscreen to interpret roles in a way that only a genius would, she now combines that with her position as Assistant Superintendent of Fire1 (ASF1) at the Federal Fire Service Headquarters, Abuja where she is serving in the Special Duty Unit under the Inspectorate, Investigation and Enforcement (IIE) Department of the Service.

The delectable Grace is an eyeful for her roles in movies like Lost Pride, Palace of Sorrow, Black Out, Haunted, Do We Call It Love, Wounded Heart, Mr Potosky, Village Don, Deadly Desire, The Calabash, Ada-Ide-Ichaka and Palace among others.

She has also rubbed shoulders with some of the acclaimed stars of the silver screen like Ini-Edo, Genevieve Nnaji, Tontoh Dike and many others.

“Yes, fire fighting is challenging but to the glory of God I am able to combine it successfully with acting,” she submitted.

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