EARLY LIFE AND EDUCATION
Yewande Adekoya was born on the 20th of January 1983, she is a very talented actress, filmmaker, director and producer.
She was born in Lagos State but hails from Ososa-Ijebu in Ogun State southwestern Nigeria She attended Bright star nursery and primary school, Bright star comprehensive high school and then obtained a Bachelor of Arts (B.A) in Mass Communications from Babcock University, a private Christian co-educational Nigerian university.
Yewande Adekoya began acting in 2002 with Alphabash Music And Theatre Group. She scripted and produced her first English content in 2006 titled “Life Secret” and her first Yoruba film, titled Igbo Dudu in 2009. She had produced, directed and featured in several Yoruba movies such as Omo Elemosho, a 2012 Nigerian film that featured veteran actress, Bimbo Oshin.
The film also received 5 nominations at the Omo Elemosho recieved five nominations at the 10th Africa Movie Academy Awards. She was nominated for most promising Actress in a Yoruba film in 2012, Best supporting actress in a yoruba film 2013 and Best actress in a leading role in 2014 at the Best of Nollywood Awards. And in July 2014 and December 2014, she bagged the Best New Actress award and Most promising actress award City People Entertainment Awards and “YMAA” respectively.
On being a married woman: Yewande Adekoya says my husband is very supportive and he understands the nature of my job. Also, God has been faithful, so He has helped to find a balance.
Yewande Adekoya is happily married with children.
Omo Elemosho (2012)
Ota Ile (2016)
Eto Mi (2016)
Actress Yewande Adekoya marks first birthday for her daughter below:
Eight ( 8) Quick Facts about Yewande Adekoya You Must Know:
1. Yewande was was born January 20, 1983 to Engr. and Mrs E. A Adekoya. and hails from Ogun State.
2. She had her primary and secondary education at Bright Star Nursery and Primary school and Bright Star Comprehensive High School.
3. She has a B.sc in Mass Communication from Babcock University.
4. She began her acting career in 2002 in a music and theatre group, Alphabash before moving on to film in the late 2000s.
6. The movie Yewande produced in 2012, Omo Elemosho starring Bimbo Oshin received 5 nominations at the 10th Africa Movie Academy Awards.
|Precious and her grandparents|
7. She has been nominated several times but on July 2014 and December 2014, she bagged the Best New Actress award and Most promising actress award “City People Entertainment Awards” and “Yoruba Movie Academy Awards” respectively.
8. Yewande has also won Most Promising Actress 2014, YMAA and Most Promising Act 2014, Yoruba Heritage Awards U.S.A.
|Precious and Grandpa|