Zack Orji, a Nollywood legend, is a fluent speaker of both English and French, having grown up in Cameroon, Benin, and Togo. A graduate of the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, he made his debut in the movie "Unforgiven Sin" in 1991, securing the lead role without auditioning. Beyond acting, Orji is known for his roles in various films and is recognized as a singer and preacher. Married to Ngozi Orji with three children, he resides in Nigeria. In 2000, he directed "WEB," a film that earned him the Best Collaborative Film award at the Ghana awards in 2001, starring alongside Ghanaian actress Kalsoume Sinare.