Sola Sobowale, born December 26, 1963, is a Nigerian film actress, screenwriter, director, and producer. She rode to fame in 2001 following her role in Nigeria’s popular television series, Super Story: Oh Father, Oh Daughter.
|Full Name:||Sola Sobowale|
|Date of Birth:||December 26, 1963|
|Place of Birth:||Ondo State|
|State of Origin:||Ondo State|
|Occupation:||Actress, Producer & Director|
Early Life and Education
Sola Sobowale was born into the family of Joseph Olagookun and Esther Olagookun in Ondo State where she grew up.
Her mother was a former headmistress, while her father a retired principal.
Solo Sobowale completed both her primary and secondary school education in Ondo State, earning First School Leaving Certificate and Senior Secondary School certificate.
She gained admissions into the University of Ibadan and graduated with a degree in theatre arts.
Sola Sobowale appeared in The Village Headmaster, Mirror in the Sun, and the Yoruba movie Asewo To Re Mecca before becoming she became famous in Nollywood.
Sola Sobowale got her start in acting by playing several parts in films made by the Awada Kerikeri Group, led by Adebayo Salami.
She has written, co-written, directed, and produced a number of Nigerian movies over the years since her breakthrough into the Nigerian film industry.
Adebayo Salami appears in the 2010 Nigerian Yoruba film Ohun Oko Somida, which was written, produced, and directed by Sola Sobowale.
She starred in Tade Ogidan and Niji Akanni‘s 2004 drama film Dangerous Twins, which was written and directed by Akanni.
Tade Ogidan’s film Family on Fire, which was produced and directed, also stars Sola Sobowale.
Sola Sobowale Net Worth
Sola Sobowale has an estimated net worth of $500,000. The actress, scriptwriter, producer director has amassed wealth with her acting career.
- Asewo To Re Mecca (1992)
- Diamond Ring (1998)
- Super Story: Oh Father, Oh Daughter (2001).
- Outkast (2001).
- Ayomida (2003)
- Ayomida 2 (2003)
- Dangerous Twins (2004)
- Disoriented Generation (2009)
- Ohun Oko Somida (2010)
- Family on Fire (2011)
- The Wedding Party (2016)
- Hustle (2016-2018)
- Christmas Is Coming (2017)
- The Wedding Party 2 (2017)
- King of Boys (2018)
- The Men’s Club (2018 – 2020)
- Wives on Strike: The Revolution (2019)
- Gold Statue (2019)
- Shadow Parties (2020)
- In Case of Incasity (2020)
- King of Boys: The Return of the King (2021)
For her performance in the 2018 Nigerian movie King of Boys, Sola Sobowale won the African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2019.
Sola Sobowale was named as brand ambassador for Mouka mattresses.
Sola Sobowale is married to Oludotun Sobowale, and they have four kids together.
- Instagram: @solasobowale