Adesua Etomi always had a flair for the theatre
Adesua Etomi-Wellinton, also known as Adesua Etomi for short is an award winning Nigerian actress.
She got married to popular Nigerian singer Banky W and they have been together since then.
The up and coming actress has won several awards for her unique style and efforts put into acting.
Although Adesua Etomi has fans who do not believe in her hardwork, she also has fans who believe that she has got to where she presently is because of her hardwork and talent.
Some fans only believe that the actress has received recognition because of her amazing skin complexion and beauty.
However, here, we have compiled 3 things which you probably never knew about Adesua Etomi and which might help shape your thoughts about the actress.
1. She has acted in over 40 movies
Adesua Etomi has featured in over 40 shows, which include films, series, voice overs, theatres, and the likes. In some, she acted as the main character, and in some she acted as a minor character.
The actress could be said to have gained recognition when she acted as a main character in “The Wedding Party.” Although before this time, she had acted in “The Arbitration” where she was a major character, “Knocking on Heaven’s Door” which was a hit and many others.
2. She has been nominated for over 15 awards
The actress has been nominated for more than 15 awards and from these 15, she won over 5 of them.
The actress brought home; the Best Performance in a devised Piece of work in the Foresight Theatre Awards, Best New Actress in the Nolly Reinvented Awards, the Discovery of the Year in the Golden Movie Awards, and many others.
3. She had primary training in theatre
The actress obtained a diploma in Physical Theatre, musical theatre and performing arts at City College Coventry, United Kingdom.
She also studied drama and performance at the University of Wolverhampton where she graduated with first-class honours.
While she was running for the degree, she starred in 3 different plays for the Arena Theatre which was in 2008 and 2009.