He considers himself to be Nollywood's teddy bear.

Greg Ojefua's love for acting started out as a fad for being in front of the camera, but over time it has grown to become his lifestyle and source of daily bread.

One of the stand out roles that he has played, which gave him a 2017 AMVCA (Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards) nod, was the legendary Biafra leader, Odimegwu Ojukwu in 'The Encounter'.

Playing the role earned him a nomination for best actor, alongside Ramsey Nouah, Richard Mofe Damijo and Olu Jacobs.

An award that was eventually won by newbie, Sambasa Nzeribe.

While speaking to Bounce News on what he would change about Nollywood, he said;

"I would just change Nollywood to Hollywood. No need to argue or find something to change.

"So that first of all very importantly, my paycheck from a film will last me for a year or two.

"I do not have to be thinking of the next job in between.

"Secondly when you shoot a film they will beg you to shoot like 3 scenes in a day.

"They will beg you, and if you complain about anything, they would show you genuine concern," Greg told Bounce News.

"When Nollywood changes to Hollywood, there will be more top notch quality productions.

"Filming will be so much easier, we would be able to do things that we are not doing now. Abracadabra Nollywood oya turn to Hollywood," he added.