Fadeyi Oloro, born Ojo Arowosafe on September 15, 1957, was a renowned Nigerian actor and filmmaker who left an indelible mark on the Nigerian film industry.
With his captivating performances as antagonists and his impeccable recitation of chants and incantations, he became a household name among Yoruba movie enthusiasts. Today, let’s delve into the life and career of this talented individual who brought memorable characters to life on the screen.
Early Life and Education:
Born in Ekiti State, Nigeria, Fadeyi Oloro received his primary education at St. Paul Catholic School. He later attended Timi Agbale Grammar School for his secondary education. It was during his formative years that he discovered his passion for acting and embarked on a journey that would shape his future in the Nigerian film industry.