Full Name: Bimbo Aisha Ademoye
Born: February 4, 1991.
Birth: Lagos State
Alma mater: Covenant University
Famous as: Actress
Years active: 2014-present
Known for: Backup Wife
Biographical and educational history
Bimbo Aisha Ademoye was born on the 4th of February 1991, in Lagos, Nigeria, to Mr and Mrs Adekunle Ademoye, as the second and last child of her parents.
Bimbo Ademoye attended St. Margaret’s primary school, Ikorodu, Lagos. Afterward, she proceeded to Mayflower secondary school, Ikenne, Ogun State, where she obtained her West Africa School Leaving Certificate (WAEC).
After her secondary education, she moved on to Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, where she obtained a degree in Business Administration.
In an interview with The Punch newspaper, she said she was raised by a single father who supported her chosen profession.
Before Bimbo Ademoye started going for movie auditions, she used to sell human hair extensions. She had also worked as a presenter, marketer, and front desk officer.
After attending several auditions, the ace producer, Uduak Isong-Oguamanam, discovered her in 2015 and featured her in a short film titled Where Talent Lies, by Eva George.
The movie earned her an award at the Africa International Film Festival (ARIFF). She has also garnered a huge fan base for in a short while.
Bimbo Ademoye describes Uduak Isong as her mentor, who assisted her in getting into the industry.
In 2015, Bimbo Ademoye was casted in her first feature film Its About Your Husband, which was also produced by Isong.
In a 2018 compilation by Premium Times newspaper, Bimbo Ademoye was listed as one of five actors who were predicted to have a successful career before the end of the year.
In April 2018, she co-featured with Stella Damasus in Gone, which was directed by Daniel Ademinokan. She described working with Damasus as a motivating moment of her career.
At the 2018 City People Movie Awards, Bimbo Ademoye was nominated for Revelation of the Year, Best New Actress and Best Upcoming Actress.
Her role in Backup Wife also earned her a nomination for Best Lead Role at 2018 Nigeria Entertainment Awards.
She received two individual nominations at the 2018 Best of Nollywood Awards for her role in Personal Assistant, winning the award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role and getting a nomination for Best Kiss in a Movie.
Bimbo Ademoye has also been described as a celebrity style icon by several media outlets. She also stars ROK TV, channel 329 on sky.
Awards And recognitions
Best Supporting Actress in a Movie at the Best of Nollywood (BON) Awards – 2018
Nollywood’s New Bride at the Maya Awards Africa – 2018
Rising Actor of the Scream All Youth Awards – 2018
City People Movie Award nominee for Best Upcoming Actress of the Year (English) – 2018
Nominated at the City People Movie Award for Revelation of the Year (English) – 2018
Best Promising Actor/Actress nominee at the Greenview Awards – 2018
Nominee for Actress of the Year at the Eloy Awards – 2018
Nigeria Entertainment Award nominee for Best Actress – 2018
Nominated at the City People Movie Award for Best New Actress of the Year (English) – 2018
City People Movie Award for Most Featured Actress in Cinema Movies – 2019
Nominee at the City People Movie Award for Best Supporting Actress of the Year (English) – 2019
Nominated for Acting at The Future Awards Africa Nigeria Prize (TFAA) – 2019.
ong>Film by Bimbo Ademoye
It’s About Your Husband
Desperate Housegirls – 2016
This is It – 2016
The Real Side Chics – 2017
35 Awkward Things – 2017
Double Date – 2017
Finding Happiness – 2018
Just a Wish – 2018
Backup Wife – 2018
Slay Queen – 2018
Over the Fence – 2018
Colour Grading – 2018
Kamsi the Movie – 2018
Getting Over Him – 2018
Light in the Dark – 2018
Personal Assistant – 2018
All Shades of Wrong – 2018
Sunshine – 2018
Women are Scum – 2018
Purgatory – 2018
Sugar Rush – 2019
Girlfriends – 2019
Joba – 2019
My Soulmate – 2019
Almost a Virgin – 2019
Yes I Do (TV Series) – 2019
Light in the Dark – 2019
The Family – 2019
Complications – 2019
Love is Yellow – 2019
The Diary of a Crazy Nigerian Woman – 2019
Drifted – 2019
Looking for Baami – 2019
Akosombo – 2019
Creepy – 2019
The Confessor – 2019
Ride or Die – 2019
Rofia Talor Loran – 2020
Dear Affy – 2020
A Thousand Ways to Break a Cheating Man – 2020
Gone – 2020