Mary Nnenna Njoku is a Nigerian movie actress and film producer, and Director General of the Lagos-based film house, ROK Studios, in Nigeria. She produced and starred in Thy Will be Done, Husbands of Lagos; starred and directed Single Ladies and Festac Town.
Mary Njoku was born in Amuwo Odofin, Lagos, Nigeria. She is the sixth child in a family of 8 and is from Nsukka, Enugu State. She attended Amuwo Odofin High School, National College Bagada and Navy Town Secondary School. She holds a diploma in Computer Science. From 2010, Njoku attended Lagos State University where she studied for a degree in English Language. In 2012, Njoku attended London Film Academy, United Kingdom, where she did a course on Producing: Movie Magic Budgeting & Schedule.
Mary made her acting debut in the 2004 Nollywood movie 'Home Sickness', which she featured alongside Chioma Chukwuka Akpotha. In 2011, she became popular after starring in the Nigerian film 'Blackberry Babes'. In 2015, she became Chief Content Officer at IROKO Partners. By March, Njoku held her first world premier for her film Thy Will Be Done at the BFI IMAX London. In August 2013, Njoku founded ROK Studios. In 2019, Njoku oversaw the acquisition of ROK to CANAL+.
Mary Njoku married British-Nigerian entrepreneur, Jason Njoku on 18 August 2012. Together they have three children, Jason Obinna Njoku, Nwakaego Annabel Njoku and Nnenna Amber Njoku.