In an interview that delved into approach towards selecting roles in movies, veteran actress, Iretiola Doyle explained her criteria for portraying characters on screen.
Doyle shared her perspective on the significance of script content and the moral responsibility attached to her roles.
When asked about the types of characters she wouldn’t portray in a movie, the actress emphasized that her decision-making process isn’t predetermined by character types, but rather revolves around the script’s substance and depth.
“I don’t know till I read the script. And it has nothing to do with love scenes or nudity,” she said.
The esteemed actress further elucidated her stance on performing nude scenes, asserting that for her to consider such a portrayal, the script must inherently justify it.
“For instance, If you expect me to go nude in a film, the script will have to justify it,” Doyle stated.
However, Doyle made it clear that she is open to challenging roles that require sensitive portrayals, such as stories surrounding themes of abuse.