Multiple award winning Nigerian actress Doris Simeon, in a recent interview with Pulse Nigeria, recalls her most challenging moment as an actress. In the 12 minutes clip, the actress also took time out to speak on sundry issues including her career, response to negative comments, discrimination in the industry among others.
According to the thespian, her most challenging moment was on the set of the movie, Omo Iya Kan.
“I was producing, playing two characters in a movie, and I just had my baby who was just 3 months then, and I just lost my dad. So, it was kind of challenging, but then, it all went well,” she revealed.
She also revealed that discrimination exists in the Nigerian movie industry, admitting that she has never fallen victim.
“I have never experienced it on my own part. I really cannot say if there’s a discrimination or not, maybe because I communicate with every single member of the industry. Whenever we meet, even if we haven’t worked together, we say hi,” she said.
Doris is popular for her roles in movies such as Oloju Ede, Alakada, Onitemi, Modupe Temi among others.