Why I Now Regret Some Of The Roles I Acted In Movies

Why I Now Regret Some Of The Roles I Acted In Movies Nollywood Star, Mercy Johnson

Why I Now Regret Some Of The Roles I Acted In Movies Nollywood Star, Mercy Johnson.

Mercy Johns has given the reasons Why she Now Regrets Some of the Roles she Played in Movies back in the day. When one starts in any new field, they want to be the best at what they do. They want to climb up the ladder and shine in their field more than anybody else in that field has shined before, and so they go above and beyond to stand out.

When you’re an actor, this means taking any job you can find, doing what other actors or actresses might be uncomfortable to do, and doing whatever you can to stand out in the field. But then what happens when years later you are now established in that field?

For some people, they look at their journey there and are happy with all the decisions they made on their way to getting there. For some others, they look back and there are some regrets that they have in some of the decisions they made.

For actress Mercy Johnson, looking back on her career now, there are some decisions she wishes she would have made differently, and the 38-year-old actress is explaining why. Here’s what Mercy said in an interview with Goldmine.

Speaking about why she can no longer do certain things like go n*ked or do romantic scenes in movies, Mercy Johnson said:

Mercy Johnson Okojie, born 28 August 1984 is a Nigerian actress, film director and film producer. She went to a Rivers State Secondary School for her secondary education in addition to the Nigerian Navy Secondary School in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Right after her secondary education, she auditioned for a role in the movie titled The Maid and subsequently acted in other movies such as HustlersBaby Oku in America, and War in the Palace.

Mercy Johnson Okojie hails from Okene in Kogi State. Born in Lagos State to a former naval officer, Daniel Johnson and his wife Elizabeth, she is the fourth child in a family of seven. She started her primary education in Calabar, Cross River State. Her father, being a naval officer, was later transferred to Lagos State, where she continued her education at the Nigerian Navy Primary School. She went to Rivers State Secondary School for her secondary education, in addition to the Nigerian Navy Secondary School in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.