Bayelsa State-born Nollywood star, Timini Egbuson, leaves Nigerians in disarray as he vaunts his status, claiming himself as the biggest actor on the African continent.

The young actor made this claim in an interview where he featured as a guest in the latest episode of the Menism Podcast Show, expressing his consistency in acting for 15 years which he believed has been an inspiration to a lot of new school actors.

The thespian further gave credit to his claim, expressing his humility to Nollywood which earned him the “Leading Male Young Actor” category as part of his successes in the film industry.

“I have been acting for 15 years consistently. I’ve never had a time off or fall off for 15 years consistently,” Timini said.

“I believe that I genuinely opened up the way for a lot of new school young actors. I also believe that I opened up the leading male young actor category.

“And I said that very humbly because when I joined Nollywood, there were no lead roles for young men. You either had to be an old man or a lady. All the young men that were acting were playing minor roles. Nobody was actively writing lead roles for young men.

“If you put everything that I’ve accomplished together, I believe that I am the biggest actor in Africa,” he said.