There are several words that correctly describe Damilola Adegbite and ‘visibly boring’ does not fall into the list of such words. For this gorgeous actress, acting comes as easily as cold comes to winter; naturally!
It therefore doesn’t come as a surprise why she is constantly considered one of the most promising actresses of her generation.
While some are born with that so much talent that acting could be said to flow through their veins, others who do not enjoy this privilege ensure they are passionate about acting and in a way, this makes up for the deficit in their basket of talents.
However, Adegbite happens to be one of those rare actresses who enjoys from both dimensions; she is profoundly passionate about acting and is also immensely gifted in the art of interpreting roles.
There are also other interesting things about this sexy and stunning actress and that is why we have taken our time to bring you those qualities that make her who she is today.
- She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Bowen University, Iwo, in Osun State.
- She was further shot into prominence after she played a lead actress named Telema Duke in a soap opera called ”Tinsel”, MNet’s first multi camera production.
- She made her debut in the movie industry, starring in a Ghanaian movie titled ‘6 Hours to Christmas.’ The movie directed by renowned director, Shirley Frimpong-Manso also starred Chris Attoh and many other notable Ghanaian actors.
- She played lead and supporting roles in a series of stage performances, including ‘The Vagina Monologues,’ which dwelled on gender inequality as well as addressed sensitive issues such as female genital mutilation and wife battery.
- She secured a lead role in a TV commercial for Brilliance Motors in March 2009 and a calendar job for Nestle, in December 2008 to mention a few.
- She was born into a family of four and was raised in Lagos.
- She grew up in Surulere and she has very fond memories of her childhood therein.
- She describes her style as simple, classy, and comfortable. “I don’t like discomfort, even if it means looking good. No! I like to be comfortable and relaxed wherever I am; free to move around without being afraid that my skirt is too short or whatever. So, I am just simple but classy.”
- On her list of biggest role models, one would find Mercy Johnson and she carefully justified her choice. “I like her acting. I think she is good.” Others she likes include Mr. Ibu for his ability to make her laugh, and Ghanaian actor Majid Michel for his amazing talent.
- She would never wear a loud-coloured wig.
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