Queen Nwokoye was born on the 11th of August 1982 to Mr and Mrs Nwokoye. She hails from Ihembosi, Ekwusigo Local Government Area, Anambra State. She had her education at Air Force Primary School and Queens Secondary School and proceeded to the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, where she obtained a degree in Sociology. She joined Nollywood in 2004 when she starred in her debut movie, a comedy entitled Nna Men.
Having been raised in Enugu State, Queen Nwokoye completed most of her schooling years in the Coal City. She began her primary school education
at Airforce Nursery and Primary School before changing school to Independent Layout Primary School. However, she earned her first school leaving certificate at Ekulu Primary School. Upon completing her primary school education, Queen attended Queen’s College, Enugu, where she acquired her secondary school education.She wanted to study law at the university, but it just did not work out for young Queen, who ended up studying sociology and anthropology at Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Akwa, Anambra State. The highest educational qualification Queen Nwokoye possesses is a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Anthropology.
While on her path to earning her Bachelor’s degree, Queen discovered she had a passion for acting, and her decision to follow after her passion
helped define her career completely. While at UniZik, Queen took her first few acting roles, and along the line, she found herself going for auditions.
Then, she acted in some low-budget films that never made it to the screens, but it helped groom her into the prominent actress she is today.
Queen Nwokoye made her first significant acting role in 2004 (after her National Youth Service) in a movie titled Nna Men. In the same year, she
starred in other films such as The Girl is Mine, His Majesty, and The Security Risk. Since 2004, she has made significant appearances in over 200 movies, and the most noticeable of them was Chetanna, a film that earned her several awards wins and nominations.
Today, she has featured in over a hundred movies and her works include Ada Mbaano, Paulicap & Perpetua, Ladies Men, Heart Of A Slave, Evil Queen, Her Majesty, Clash of Interest, and Koko Babes among others.
Some of her films include:
His Majesty (2004)
The Girl is Mine (2004)
Security Risk (2004)
Save The Baby (2005)
Back Drop (2005)
Speak The Word (2006)
Lady of Faith (2006)
Clash of Interest (2006)
The Last Supper (2007)
When You Are Mine (2007)
Angelic Bride (2008)
Prince of The Niger (2009)
Personal Desire (2009)
League of Gentlemen (2009)
Last Mogul of the League (2009)
Jealous Friend (2009)
Makers of Justice (2010)
Mirror of Life (2011)
End of Mirror of Life (2011).