Nollywood is blessed with a lot of next generation actors, who can hold their own amongst the best in the world, one of these incredible performers who are turning heads in the movie industry is the sultry actress, Adesua Etomi.
The very beautiful Adesua Etomi got her big break after she starred in the Emem Isong production, Knocking on Heaven’s door, alongside Blossom Chukwujekwu.
The movie which got great reviews introduced the Imo state actress to the mainstream crowd and since then she has been on stellar rise to the top.
Adesua Etomi started off her acting career at the tender age of 7, while in the prestigious Corona school, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria. Before she moved to the United Kingdom to get higher education.
Wurafact: Adesua Etomi graduated with 1st class honors and the Foursight Theatre Award at the University of Wolverhampton in 2009.
In the United Kingdom, she pursued her passion in acting by taking up courses in Physical Theatre, Musical Theatre, and Performing Arts at the City College in Coventry where she graduated with distinction before moving on to the University of Wolverhampton to study Drama and Performance.
In 2012, Adesua Etomi packed her bags and headed back to the west coast of Africa, and the rest as they say, is history.
Adesua Etomi’s “method” mode of acting has endeared her quickly to movie lovers. She has shown her level of professionalism and raw talent on screen in movies like Brave, Falling and the hit series Gidi Up.
Adesua Etomi’s unending romance with theatre
However, in spite of making headways in the movie industry, Adesua has stayed true to her theatre roots, starring in productions like, London Life Lagos Living, Saro, Les Miserables, Shattered, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s wives and many others.
Adesua Etomi’s career thus far has shown that beauty combined with brains can lead to amazing results, and with actresses like her, the future of Nollywood is definitely in good hands.