Brycee Bassey graduated with a degree in Modern and Classical Literature in Spanish at Wichita State University.
She also studied Acting alongside the Violin, which she delights in playing.
Her Acting Career
Brycee began her acting career dated back to her early days at four when she was the star actress. She revealed her role in that play made her to feel natural and pursue a career in acting profession.
She made her first major appearance when she took lead roles in movies, ‘Deadline’, a prime time drama series on Ebony Life TV and her first feature film premiere on Africa Magic called the ‘Perfect Union’.
Brycee has made some remarkable progress since she moved to Nigeria though the journey has not been that smooth.
In an interview with Encomium Weekly, the Brand Ambassador for Risque revealed that it was quite interesting entertaining people and being a model.
Brycee has since starred in several Nollywood movies including her first independent short film entitled, ‘Coffee Love’, Deadline, Perfect Union, The Matchmaker and many others.
Brycee is beautiful, creative and highly talented Nollywood actress known for her intriguing roles in movies. She can take any character assigned her and her style of acting is loved and cherished by her numerous fans across board.
Brycee gives kudos to the Nigerian movie industry which she described as “growing rapidly and getting bigger and better every day with more than before emergence of filmmakers from all over, producing and directing films and good actors coming up and doing very well.
She however advised aspiring actors not to sell themselves out or sell themselves short but ensure that respect remains their watchword.
Brycee Bassey won the 2014 MBTN (Move Back to Nigeria) Award for Best Interview of the year Tuesday Night at Oriental Hotel. MBTN is a weekly series online that has become increasingly popular over time, interviewing Nigerians who decided to return back home to Nigeria after leaving for foreign countries.
In 2015, Brycee Bassey beat Funke Akindele, Tomi Odunsi, Adesua Etomi, Oge Okoye, Linda Osifo, to win the ‘Best Actress of the Year” Award (TV) at the ELOY Awards for her role as Isabel Boswan in “Deadline.”
Her Net Worth
Brycee Bassey has become a force to reckon with in Nollywood, rated one of the richest and most influential with a net worth of about $700,000 dollars.