Tolulope Adesua Etomi born on February 22, 1986, was born in Owerri, Imo State. Her birth year was given as 1988 by several prominent publications. Her father is a soldier of Esan ancestry, while her mother is a Yoruba engineer. She is the youngest of three children. At the age of seven, Etomi joined the drama club at Corona School in Victoria Island, Lagos. She went on to Queen’s College in Lagos following that, before migrating to the United Kingdom at the age of thirteen. Etomi later graduated from City College Coventry with a diploma in “physical theatre, musical theatre, and performing arts” in 2004. She studied drama and performance at the University of Wolverhampton in England, graduating with first-class honors after finishing these studies with triple distinctions in 2006.
Adesua returned to Nigeria after studying and working in the United Kingdom to pursue acting as a vocation.

In 2014, Adesua Etomi started her acting career when she starred in the film “Knocking On Heaven’s Door.” This film provided her with a lot of relevancy, which she owes to her performance in the film.Though she began performing at the juvenile age of seven, she was a member of a theatrical company at her elementary school in Lagos, “Corona School.”

In 2017, Adesua Etomi married her heartthrob, E.M.E Boss Olubankole Wellington (Banky W), a musician as well as a politician. Both have proven to be a strong pair who have been blessed with a child.

Adesua Etomi has bagged some awards, they are listed below:

• Foresight Theater Awards – 2009 Nollywood Reinvented Awards (Best New Actress) – 2014

• Golden Movie Awards (Discovery of the Year) – 2015

• ELOY Awards (Actress of the Year–Big Screen) 2015
• Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (Best Actress in a Drama) – 2016
She has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Adesua has featured in several movies and TV series such as;
The Call
Knocking On Heaven’s Door
A Solder’s Story
Couple of Days
The Arbitration
Something Wicked
The Wedding Party 1&2
Ayamma: Music In The Desert
10 Days In Sun City
King of Boys
Memoirs of 4
Up North
Malika: Warrior Queen
Sugar Rush
Gidi Up (season 2)


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