OC Ukeje Stars In Season 3 Of Netflix’s ‘Locke & Key’
The season’s seventh installment, “Curtain,” features the Nigerian actor.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
The third season of the fantasy drama series “Locke & Key” on Netflix just got launched, and one of the cast members is Nollywood actor OC Ukeje.
The actor appears in the seventh episode of the program as a character titled Mr. Ridgeway, and his American accent is amazing!
The actor published an Instagram screenshot of himself from the episode with the message in response to a fan request.
Although the caption implies that the actor may have other Hollywood parts in the works, fans are already excited about his most recent Nollywood endeavors.
In the cybercrime thriller “Blackmail,” directed by Obi Emelonye, Ukeje portrays the main character.
Starting on August 26, the movie will be seen in an unprecedented number of UK theaters. In September, there will be a theatrical debut in Nigeria.
Alongside Falz and Tobi Bakre, the actor also appears in the Jade Osiberu-produced film “Brotherhood.” The film’s theatrical release date is September 23, 2022.
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