Chacha Eke Biography – Chacha Eke Faani Biography
Charity Eke, popularly known as Chacha Eke Faani, is a Delta State-based Nigerian actress. Eke was born in Ebonyi State, South Eastern Nigeria, to a middle-class family. Eke is the daughter of Ebonyi State Commissioner for Education, Professor John Eke.
She had her basic education at ESUT Nursery & Primary School in Ebonyi State, and completed her secondary school education at Our Lord Shepherd International School in Enugu. She graduated from Ebonyi State University with a B.Sc degree in accountancy.
Her rise to fame came when she starred in the 2012 drama film, The End is Near.
Chacha Eke Age – Chacha Eke Faani Age – Charity Eke Age
She was born on May 1, 1993.
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Chacha Eke Traditional Marriage – Cha Cha Eke and Family – Chacha Eke Husband
She got married to Austin Faani a movie director in 2013, and they’re now blessed with two girls which are Kamara Faani and Kaira Faani.
Chacha Eke Movies
- The End is Near
- Commander in Chief
- Clap of Thunder
- Two Hearts
- Beach 24
- Gift of Pain
- A Cry for Justice
- Jewels of the Sun
- Bloody Carnival
- Dance For The Prince
- Mirror of Life
- Innocent Pain
- Bridge of Contract
- Palace of Sorrow
- Secret Assassins
- Royal Assassins
- The Promise
- Valley of Tears
- Village Love
- Weeping Angel
- Rosa my Village Love
- My Rising Sun
- My Sweet Love
- Secret Palace Mission
- Stubborn Beans
- Bitter Heart
- Shame to Bad People
- Beauty of the gods
- Pure Heart
- Rope of Blood
- Hand of Destiny
- Sound of Ikoro
- Bread of Sorrow
- Basket of Sorrow
- Festival of Sorrow
- Kamsi the Freedom Fighter
- Pot of Riches
- Girls at War
- Crossing the Battle Line
- Money Works With Blood
- Happy Never After
- Who Took My Husband
- Roasted Alive
- Song of Love
- Royal First lady
- Beyond Beauty
- After the Altar
- Bloody Campus
- Princess’s Revenge
ChaCha Eke Interview
Source: Nigeria Movie Network
How did you guys meet each other?
Chacha Eke Faani: I met my husband in 2009 while on set shooting a movie entitled, When Kings Decide; it was an Amaco production. Then he was a movie editor and had come to pick up tapes of already shot scenes. That was our first meeting.
What attracted you to him that first time?
Chacha Eke Faani: His extreme intelligence and gentle nature endeared me to him.
What was that special thing he did that made you fall for him?
Chacha Eke Faani: In 2010 he became a movie director and his first movie was Bank Job. Honestly, I was not casted for any role in the movie but as production progressed, two female members of the cast failed to make it. As a friend and a mentor who had always believed in me, he gave me the slot. It was my first official lead role and most challenging too.
Are you not afraid of getting married to someone who is in the same industry as you are especially against the backdrop of promiscuity and immorality in Nollywood?
Chacha Eke Faani: Getting married to a man who works in the same field and career as myself is such a relief and a blessing. Actresses are misread and misjudged a lot. Most times, it’s only we in the industry that understand one another. And my husband has known me from scratch and watched me grow and seen me in my entirety; nothing about me is strange to him. I have also seen him at his best and average moments too.
What are you going to miss about life as a single lady?
Chacha Eke Faani: There is absolutely nothing I will miss as a single lady because for me, life just got better and more fulfilling.
If you later discover that your husband is married to another woman, how would you react?
Chacha Eke Faani: My husband has never gotten married before. Ours is the first for both of us.
Marriages in Nollywood hardly last. How are you going to safeguard yours?
Chacha Eke Faani: We have made God the Head of our home. My hubby and I are best of friends and our love for each other is unquestionable. A marriage dedicated to God can never crash.
How many kids do you guys plan to have?
Chacha Eke Faani: We’ll have kids as they come. Numbering them is irrelevant.
What could make you walk out of marriage?
Chacha Eke Faani: We do not anticipate a walk-out. We believe in happy-ever-after and till death do us part.
What is your idea of a successful marriage?
Chacha Eke Faani: A successful marriage is one that flourishes from season to season through the rains and the storms. Divinely blissful is what my marriage will be.
Before meeting your husband, what was your disposition towards dating or marrying someone in the movie industry?
Chacha Eke Faani: Truthfully, before I met him, I didn’t think I could marry an entertainer like me. But my brother, destiny happened and brought us together.