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“I have not lost hope in marriage” – Frederick Leonard

Nollywood actor and CEO of Cineworx Entertainment, Frederick Nnaemeka Leonard has revealed what is required of his woman before he can settle down.

The 44 years old handsome and famous Frederick during a recent interview with Vanguard Allure said though he is still single at his age, he has not lost hope in marriage while stressing the need for couples to take their time and be more realistic in order to avoid broken homes.

In the words, of the multi-award-winning actor, he said: “I have not lost hope in marriage. It is just the time we live in. I believe in marriage and even the Bible says that it is not good for man to be alone. I do not want to end up alone. I do not want to end up miserable.

“I want to be with someone who I have a lot of things in common with; someone I’m compatible with. I believe in the institution of marriage, and I think that people should be more realistic with themselves when it comes to picking a partner.”

Although Frederick Leonard was born in Anambra State, he had his primary education in St Peter’s Anglican Primary School, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos State and attended Oregun High School in Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos for his secondary education before proceeding to Kaduna Polytechnic where he bagged a degree in Biochemistry.

He is the firstborn child of his parents in a family of four consisting of two children, a mother and a father.

Frederick ventured into acting in 2008 with his debut, a classic movie titled “Indian Doctor” and the hit TV series “Disclosure” in 2009 after which he has been on a sky-high demand till date.

He won the award for Best Supporting Actor in a movie at the Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards in 2014 and in 2016 won the City People Movie Award For Best Supporting Actor of the Year at the City People Entertainment Awards

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