Muyiwa Ademola Biography
Muyiwa Ademola is a Nigerian Nollywood actor, film-maker, film producer and director. He was born on 26 January 1971 in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State southwestern Nigeria. He is also know as Mr. Authentic. His father is Isiah Ademola.
He attended St. David’s High School at Molete in Ibadan where he obtained the West Africa Secondary School Certificate. He later proceeded to the University of Ibadan where he obtained a Bachelor of Education degree in Adult education.
He joined the Nigerian film industry through Charles Olumo, popularly known as Agbako who was based in his hometown, Abeokuta. He later met a movie director called S.I Ola who taught him acting and movie production. He began his acting career fully in 1995 when he produced his first movie titled Asise meaning Mistake in English. The production was sponsored by Dibel who deals in generating sets. Since 1995, he has produced, direct and featured in several Yoruba Nollywood movies.
On January 2013, it was reported that he was involved in a fatal accident, which almost resulted in his death.
Muyiwa Ademola Age
He was born on 26 January 1971.
Muyiwa Ademola Wife – Muyiwa Ademola Married
He married his wife, Omolara Ademola in 2003 after having a set of twin from his former partner.
Muyiwa Ademola Movies
- Ami Ayo
- Fimidara Ire
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Muyiwa Ademola on Cause of Death among Nollywood actors
Muyiwa Ademola speaking to Punch Nigeria revealed the leading cause of death among Nollywood actors. “A very big problem we have in our industry is that we work round the clock, we spend nights at movie locations but we don’t go for medical check-up.
I have a doctor and I go for medical check-up every three weeks. I know when to take some days off work. For instance, if I work for about two weeks, I take a few days off to relax. I would just eat and rest.
I also make sure I go on vacations and all I do in those times is just to eat and sleep. Most of the deaths in the movie industry are a result of accumulated stress without paying attention to one’s health.”