Victoria Kolawole is an acclaimed Nollywood actress, writer, producer, and business owner. She was born on the 1st of February, 1990 in Oke Aro, Akure, Ondo State. She is known for “Owuro Mi” (2013), “Omo Alhaja” (2017), and “Cha Cha” (2019).
1st February, 1990
(Age: 31 Yrs)
Oke Aro, Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria
Akure South, Ondo State
Victoria Kolawole was born on the 1st of February, 1990 in Oke Aro, Akure, Ondo State. She is an acclaimed Yoruba movie actress, writer, producer, and business owner. She has quite a number of aliases mainly from movie roles she featured like “Omo Alhaja”, “Omo Gaga”, “Abike”, “Omo Oluweri”.
Victoria Kolawole Education
She had her nursery and primary education in her home town. She went on to boarding school and has her secondary school education at the Unity Secondary School, Owo, Ondo State.
In 2007, she gained admission to the University of Benin, Benin, Edo State to study Political Science and obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in the same course in 2011.
Victoria Kolawole Career
In 2013, she kickstarted her career in the Nigerian Nollywood movie industry started when as a newbie to the industry produced her first movie titled: “Owuro Mi” directed by renowned Yoruba movie director and actor Ibrahim Yekini (Itele d’icon) and edited by celebrated editor Segun Oshoko.
In 2017, she produced the blockbuster Yoruba crime movie titled: “Omo Alhaja” directed by prominent Yoruba movie director and actor Adebayo Tijani and written by famed writer and producer Olatunji Balogun. The success of the movie bagged her one of her nicknames: “Omo Alhaja” which is the movie’s title and equally the name of the character role she took on in the movie. The movie was stars studded featuring prolific superstar actor Odunlade Adekola, veteran actor and writer Yinka Quadri, and prominent Yoruba actress Fausat Balogun (Madam Saje).
In 2019, Victoria Kolawole wrote and produced another megahit Yoruba movie titled: “Cha Cha” directed by Muyideen Ayinde and starring Eniola Badmus, Saidi Balogun, Olaniyi Afonja (Sanyeri), and Murphy Afolabi.
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