Ngozi Nwosu is a veteran actor who hails from Arochukwu, Abia State. She began her acting career in the early days of the NTA armchair theatre as well as her modelling career, which soared in the 80's/90's.

Her major break came from the 80's TV series RIPPLES produced by Zeb Ejiro where she played the unforgettable character Madam V - booth. Subsequently she landed herself successful roles in the movies 'Living In Bondage' 'Ikuku' and the mind blowing award winning family series 'Fuji House Of Commotion' where she played the character 'Peaceful Peace', a drama produced by the seasoned Movie director of blessed memory Amaka Igwe. She went unto acting on numerous stage plays to being a producer for an Onga Radio Drama, which in the year 2005 was produced in Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba sitting comfortably as the best radio drama twice whilst it lasted. She later went on to anchor a popular talk show IGBO AMAKA in the year 2015 and her consistent flare for cooking palatable meals landed her the host of the cooking show 'NLACHA AKA'.

Ngozi Nwosu has overtime clinched numerous awards locally and international making her a household name who continues to dazzle the TV screens in series, movies and off screen.

She is an active member of the Actors Guild of Nigeria (AGN), Association of Nigerian Theatre Practitioners (ANTP), National Association Of Nigerian Theatre Arts Practitioners (NANTAP) and TGMA.