Actress Damilola Adegbite To Re-Marry, Reveals Dream Man After Failed Marriage To Chris Attoh

Nigerian actress, Damilola Adegbite is ready to give marry another try and the fans can’t wait to know the new lucky man.


The “Tinsel” star whose marriage to Ghanaian actor, Chris Attoh crashed after just two years has disclosed that she may write a book about the celebrity marriage fail that got everyone talking in 2017.

Damilola said when asked if she’s willing to give marriage another try: “Of course, why not? I never say never. This time, I will be looking out for a man; he has to be a (real) man). I don’t try to foresee things as I prefer to live in the moment.”

Chris Attoh proposed to Damilola on a boat cruise in Manhattan, NYC in August 2014, and the pair tied the knot on February 14, 2015, at the La Villa Boutique Hotel in Accra. The former couple are both parents to a baby boy, Bryan Nii Attoh, who was born in September 2014.

The actress continued: “I learnt a lot from my past experience and I may have to write a book about it. There are quite a lot of things and I wouldn’t want to single out one. If I single it out, it may seem like the most important one when it’s not so; they are all very important.”

“I don’t see why marriages between entertainers cannot work,” she adds. Damilola Adegbite played Thelema Duke in the soap opera “Tinsel,” and Kemi Williams in the movie “Flower Girl.” She won Best Actress in a TV Series at the 2011 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.

During an interview in 2017, Attoh explained that: “Since the divorce (with Damilola), we are obviously now reworking things to create a new balance between work, spending time with and raising our son. Dami is a wonderful woman and an amazing mother.

“Despite our differences, she and I will always be friends. So more than anything, we will find ways to continue to make sure that Brian can still have a balanced upbringing filled with love and support. Both our families have been and are still very supportive in helping us take care of our son Brian when we can’t be there due to work.”