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Who is Eva Simon


Simon Evia, real name Simon eveshoyan, is a Nigerian actress and writer from Edo State. Born in the Northern city of Kano, Nigeria, on the 22nd of August, to late Mr. and Mrs. Simon Ogedengbe, she ventured into Nollywood in 2007, but registered fully with the Actor Gilds of Nigeria (AGN) in 2009.

Evia 3 150x150 Biography of Simon Evia

She has since starred alongside Notable names such as: Segun Arinze, Chika Ike, Funke Akindele, Ebube Nwagbo, and more.
She is most noted for her roles in movies like, my tomorrow, summer camp, ladies.com, the bulls, Twin Rivers, when love dies, the chief servant, and f.c.t. (federal capital territory).

In 2011, she joined Nollywood gossip as a writer and covers celebrity interviews and other interesting Nollywood stories through her now very famous column Nollywood Gist With Evia.

Simon Evia currently resides in Abuja.

Nollywood actress, Evia Simon is one actress that has gained popularity in the movie industry in Nigeria. She has acted in movies like ‘Three Generals’, ‘Stubborn Generals’, ‘Ifunanya’, ‘Oga Madam’, ‘Men in Bondage’, ‘Girls Cot’, ‘When Love Dies’, and a host of others. The pretty actress has expressed her displeasure over the way men react when they see her. The curvy actress in a recent interview said that due to her curvy body, men misbehave when they see her. “I find their reaction annoying sometimes and embarrassing. Some even go as far as screaming and they let me know I am the reason they are screaming. According to her, “One of the craziest things a guy ever did was to leave his car parked along the roadside and entered the same cab with me just to have a word with me because if he had kept on driving he would have missed me.” “I am not the type of girl who is only interested in money. I believe in love. To me, love comes first. I hate to have anything to do with a guy because of his money,” she added

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