Tekovi, Elizabeth Omowunmi Da-Silva was born in Nigeria, to Togolese parents. She was born on the 10th of May, 1978 (44 years). She was born in the Obalende area of Lagos State, where her parents lived and where she spent her childhood. She has the rights of a Nigerian citizen because of her birth. She described Lagos as her home and stated in an interview with the Nigerian print media The Punch that she was from a polygamous family. Da-Silva received his secondary school education at Ireti Grammar School and then went on to Lagos State University to pursue a college degree, graduating with a B.Sc. degree from the institution of higher learning.

Da-Silva revealed in an interview that her interest in the Nigerian Yoruba film industry began in high school, and she began acting in school plays as a result. Da-Silva She formally began in the Nigerian Yoruba cinema industry in 2004 with the support of Iyabo Ojo, according to an interview with The Punch media press. Da-acting Silva’s career took off after she appeared in two films: the first, Wakati Meta, directed by Wale Lawal, and the second, Omidan, directed by Iyabo Ojo.

In 2012, Da-Silva made her acting debut in the film Mama Insurance, which starred Ayo Mogaji, Lanre Hassan, Iyabo Ojo, Ronke Ojo, and Doris Simeon.
Da-Silva is a Nigerian by birth and a Togolese by birth because her parents are Togolese. Although Da-Silva considers Lagos State to be her home, she retains ties to her extended family in Togo. Da-Silva Converted from Christianity to Islam in 2013.

Bukky Wright is Da- Silva’s role model in the Nigerian Yoruba film business, and she claims she has had a huge influence on her acting technique.

She was nominated for Best Supporting Actress of the Year (Yoruba) at the City People Entertainment Awards in 2018, but did not win. She was also nominated for the Best of Nollywood Award for Best Supporting Actress—Yoruba, which she won.

Liz Da-Silva is known to be one of the highly celebrated and recognized nollywood actress with a net worth of about $700,000.
Some of the movies she featured in are;
Ore l’ore Nwoto
Wakati Meta
Aleebu kan
Mama Insurance
Alebu kan


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