We have seen several on-screen couples who were dating or married in real life bring intense chemistry to movies or TV series. Pulse Movies has put together five real life couples who were a couple on screen. Check them out. 1. Chris Attoh and Damilola Adegbite - "Tinsel" Chris Attoh and Damilola Adegbite Chris Attoh and Damilola Adegbite met on set of the TV series "Tinsel." Their characters Kwame and Thelema, respectively, with a palpable chemistry, remains one of our favorite on-screen couples ever. They got married on February 14, 2015, and welcomed their first child, Brian, on Friday, September 5, 2014. Sadly, Attoh announced their separation on September 25, 2017. Chris Attoh and Damilola Adegbite 2. Banky W and Adesua Etomi - "The Wedding Party" Banky W, Adesua Etomi Adesua Etomi and Banky W, who started a relationship in 2016, shared a natural chemistry as Dunni and Dozie, respectively, in the romantic comedy. They also get to reprise their roles in the upcoming sequel titled "The Wedding Party 2." They officially got married in November, 2017. Banky W and Adesua Etomi on their wedding day in South Africa 3. Iyke and Florence Okechukwu - "Tinsel" Iyke and Florence Okechukwu These two met on set of the TV series 'Tinsel' and got married in April 2013. They have since continued as husband and wife, Chucks and Ene, on the show. Iyke and Florence Okechukwu 4. Zack Orji and Ngozi Orji - "Deadly Passion" Zack Orji and Ngozi Orji on set The couple have been together for two decades. They met in Enugu when Ngozi was still a student at the Institute of Management and Technology. In the 90s, they co-starred in "Deadly Passion," with Ngozi playing Zack's on-screen sidechick. Zack Orji and Ngozi Orji on set 5. Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva - "Curse From Beyond" These two have spent over 30 years together as a married couple. In 1999, the duo starred in "Curse from Beyond" as Mr and Mrs Raymond, a couple trying to solve their daughter's spiritual problems.