Moreover, he was also nominated for the 4th Africa Movie Academy Awards for Most Outstanding Indigenous Actors in 2008.
As of 2022, his net worth is estimated to be $350,000. Currently, he is one of the most influential and outstanding actors in Nigeria.
|Full Name:||Muyiwa Ademola|
|Date Of Birth:||6 January 1971|
|Career:||Actor, producer, and director|
Muyiwa Ademola was born on 26 January 1971 in Abeokuta the capital of Ogun State. He attended St. David’s High School at Molete located in Ibadan, Oyo State where he obtained his West African School Certificate. Later on, he proceeded to the University of Ibadan where he obtained a Bachelor of Education degree in Adult education.
However, he began his acting career by joining the Nigerian film industry through Charles Olumo, popularly known as Agbako who based who was based in Abeokuta. In 1991, he began acting fully.
In 2006, Muyiwa got married to Omolara Ademola. Currently, Muyiwa has five children two from his past relationship with an unknown woman and three from his wife.
He began his acting career by joining the Nigerian film industry through Charles Olumo, popularly known as Agbako who based who was based in his home town Abeokuta.
After joining the film industry, he later met a movie director called S.I Ola who taught him acting and movie production.
In 1991, he began his acting career fully, and in 1995, he produced his first ever written script for a movie titled Asise (BLUNDER in English). The production was sponsored by Dibel who deals in generating set
Since 1995, he has produced, directed, and featured in several Nollywood movies but mostly the Yoruba indigenous movies.
His film ORI won the best indigenous film at the 1st Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2005. In 2008, he was nominated for the 4th Africa Movie Academy Awards for Most Outstanding Indigenous Actor.
Muyiwa Ademola Net Worth – $350,000
The veteran actor who has contributed a lot to the Nigerian film industry has a whooping net worth of $350 million.
He has won numerous awards including the best indigenous film for his film Ori (Fate) at the 1st African Movie Academy Awards in 2005