Dayo Amusa, a renowned Nigerian actress, singer, television personality, and successful businesswoman, is a force to be reckoned with in the Nollywood industry, particularly the Yoruba movie sector. Her journey to success was shaped by her early life and education, as well as her passion for acting, filmmaking, and entrepreneurship.
Dayo Amusa Early Life and Education:
Born on July 20, 1984, in Lagos State, Nigeria, Dayo Amusa had her formative years in Lagos and received her primary and secondary education there. Her father, Mr. Kolawole Adeyemi Amusa, was a veteran broadcaster associated with the Nigerian Television Authority (NTA). After completing her secondary education, Dayo proceeded to Moshood Abiola Polytechnic in Abeokuta, Ogun State, Nigeria, where she pursued a degree in Food Science and Technology, before venturing into the entertainment world.
Dayo Amusa Career:
Dayo Amusa is a versatile personality, excelling not only as an actress but also as a singer and entrepreneur. She gained recognition with her debut in the Yoruba language film “Oju Awo” in 2002 and continued to make her mark in the Yoruba movie industry. Later, she transitioned to English language films and starred in notable movies such as “Unforgivable,” “Pathetic,” “That Which Bind Us,” and “Omoniyun.”