For actor and filmmaker, Felix Ugo Omokhodion, there is nothing wrong in acting gay in movies.
In an encounter with Saturday Sun, Omokhodion whose career began in 2006 after auditioning for the AIT hit series, One Love, says he has no limits when it comes to displaying his creativity.
“Why would I reject a movie role? I don’t reject roles. I love to see what I can do to every character that comes my way. I can play gay roles too, I am an actor; I was trained for that. I am open to playing any role on earth. Kissing a guy in a movie is also not out of the way. In Nigeria, homosexuality is against the law. However, when I am on set, I assume a character that is not Felix anymore and do what I have to do,” he explained.
On his likely retirement from acting, the talented thespian stated that he is not willing to exit the make-believe world anytime soon. “Acting doesn’t have a retirement age. Even inside the coffin, you are acting. Acting is a life career. It never gets old but one thing you can do is to spread your tentacles; try your hands on some other aspects of filmmaking. For instance, I am also into movie production. You need to explore other options like acting, directing and producing.”