Bridget John is an award-winning Scottish Nigerian actress residing in Atlanta, Georgia. Bridget is a Theater Arts graduate from the University of North Georgia. She has worked in the African and American film industry for many years. She has played lead and supporting in several independent films, television and theater productions. Bridget appeared in the motion picture Jumanji: The Next Level in a fight scene with notable A-list actors.
Standing at 5’8 with an athletic build her unique traits and exotic look enable her to play in different genres and roles. Whether it’s the hard-core mother, the cold-hearted queen, the bleeding-heart doctor, law enforcement officer, teacher or attorney, Bridget is versatile, and results driven.
Awards and Honors
Best African Actress
Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival
"Marrying A Campbell" - Lead role and Associate Producer. "Marrying A Campbell" garnered 10 nominations at the Toronto International Nollywood Film Festival
Hollywood Weekly Magazine Film Festival
Best Supporting Actress
Stage Play "Wedlock Of The Gods"
Best Film In The Diaspora
"Adora" - Lead role, Executive Producer, and Producer. "Adora" garnered 5 nominations at the African Oscars / NAFCA and won Best Film In The Diaspora.
Royal Reel Awards
Canada International Film Festival
International Art Film Festival