FULL NAME: Lilian Bola Bach
STAGE NAME : Lilian Bach
NET WORTH : She has an estimated net worth of $700,000
DATE OF BIRTH: Born on 9th November 1970
OCCUPATION : Nollywood actress, model, producer, entrepreneur
NATIONALITY : Nigerian
MARITAL STATUS/HUSBAND : Some years ago news broke that she secrtely marries a big boy lover
LANGUAGES SPOKEN: English and Yoruba
EDUCATION : She attending Army Children’s school, Port Harcourt and Idi Araba Secondary School, Lagos. Obtained a degree in Theatre arts from the University of Lagos.
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Born Lilian Bola Bach but popularly known by her stage name Lilian Bach is a popular Nollywood actress, model, producer, entrepreneur and a philanthropist. She is one of the most respected and sought after Nollywood actress today and she has been in the industry for many years. As far as Nollywood is concerned , Lilian Bola Bach is one of the most beautiful, gifted, skillful, creative and talented actress and producer.
Early Life And Education
Lilian Bola Bach was born on 9th November 1970 in Lagos Island, Lagos State in the western part of Nigeria. She is the daughter of a calm Yoruba woman and a Polish father . She has been to several Nigerian states owing to her father’s profession, she lived in various parts of the country during her formative years. She attended Army Children’s school, Port Harcourt River State in the south southern part of Nigeria thereafter she proceeded to Idi Araba Secondary School, Lagos where she obtained her West African Senior School Certificate before getting admission into the University.
She briefly majored in Theatre arts at the University of Lagos. She didn’t enjoyed her father because she lost him when she was just ten years old. She was single-handed-ly raised by her single mother along with her siblings . She didn’t face any major challenges while growing up despite without a father because her mother ensured that she had everything she wanted as a child so that she would not miss her father so hard. The stunning Nollywood diva revealed in an interview that she is a Pentecostal Christian.
Career : Modelling And Acting
Lilian Bach officially rose to recognition in the late1990s as a model , she became known after competing and winning the Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria (MBGN) beauty pageant hosted by Silverbird Television in the late 1990s. Since then, she has featured in several television commercials, becoming the Face of Delta.
Lilian Bach ventured into Nigerian movie industry (Nollywood) in 1997 Since then, she has been featured in several Nollywood movies of the Yoruba and English genres. Today, the beautiful, most gifted, most skillful Nollywood diva is regarded as one of the most bankable movie merchant in the country. She is widely known to interpret her roles very well and can fit in any character given to her by movie directors and producers.
According to recent research on her, she has starred in more than 150 Nollywood movies which include High Blood Pressure, Angels of Destiny,Ready to Die, Broken Edge, Not Man Enough, Outkast, Lost Paradise, Ogidan, The Search, Joshua, A Second Time, Big Pretenders, The Cartel, True Romance, Market Sellers, Married to a Witch to list out a few.
Aside movie acting and movie production, she has won couple of awards in the cause of her modeling which include Most Beautiful Girl in Nigeria at the Silverbird Beauty Pageant. In movie scene she has won the following awards listed below;
- Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards,
- Best Actress of the Year at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards,
- Most Promising Actress in Nigeria at the City People Entertainment Awards
- Best Actress in Nigeria at the Best of Nollywood Awards.
In this interview with Lanre Odukoya, the beautiful actress reacts to issues affecting the movie industry.
Many people still speak fondly of the movie, “Married to a Witch” which you starred in…
Do you know after that movie came out, I was asked so many times if I was a witch or if I had been possessed by evil spirits before
And what do you say to that?
I didn’t have to be a witch to play a witch.
Was there any other backlash after the role you played in the movie?
No, there wasn’t. Interestingly, people liked it, they liked the way I interpreted the role. I got good reviews instead.
There are still people waiting to know why you’ve been on a career hiatus for this long…
I wasn’t totally off the scene. Though some other business caught my attention, every once in a while, I would do a film or two. For instance, in 2015, I featured in One Good Man. The movie was premiered in 2016. I became a producer too. Of course, sometimes it is necessary to take a back seat and watch. The issue of piracy played a role in my decision. You don’t want to put your money in a project where you’re not sure of return after investment. Sometimes you have to be mellow and wait for the right opportunities and avenues to market your movie without falling into the hands of pirates.
Are you back because those avenues are in place or do you have any ideas. Do you have any movie project you are working on?
It is not a movie this time, it is a soap opera. And we are going to be shooting this month.
Do you have a working title?
Yes. It is tentatively called, The Baby Mamas. That is the new challenge for me.
Would it be benefiting from a personal experience?
No. I am not a baby mama, but it is based on experiences of people around me, people I have seen. The series will be unearthing the reason people become baby mamas and daddies. So, it is a collection of real people’s experiences.
Do you have a beauty regimen?
Yes, like every other person.
Would you like to share some with your fans?
First, I try to lead a healthy lifestyle. I don’t eat just anything. I believe what goes in radiates outside.
I keep away from unhealthy food. I take a lot of rest. I listen to my body. When my body tells me to rest, I rest, some sleep maybe. I pay attention to my body always. And for my skin, I don’t use harsh products. I treat my skin very tenderly. I moisturize regularly with very mild and organic products.
- A Second Time (2004)
- Big Pretenders (2004)
- Ready to Die (2004)
- Broken Edge (2004)
- Lost Paradise (2004)
- Ogidan (2004)
- Eletan (2011)
- High Blood Pressure (2010)
- Eja Osan (2008)
- Angels of Destiny (2006)
- The Search (2006)
- Joshua (2005)
- Mi ose kogba (2005)
- The Cartel (2004)
- True Romance (2004)
- Market Sellers (2003)
- Not Man enough (2003)
- Outkast (2001)
- Married to a Witch (2001)