Like a gazelle, she strides forth, gallantly with esteem never before seen, she shines brightly in stardom.
In what would be conjured as a rebirth, her Nollywood existence has metamorphosized unto a higher level of professionalism.
Faithia Williams (formerly Faithia Balogun) is a Nigerian actress, film-maker, producer and director.
She was born on February 5th, 1969 at Ukwara, water side local government area of Delta State, southern Nigeria into a family of 9.
Faithia Williams started her career as an actress at an early age.
She has starred, produced and directed several Nigerian films over the years.
Faithia is signed under a new management, Prestige Platform led by Media Modul, Samuel Olatunji and has since taken on a full force of a victorious conquest, to graciously appear on the bigger screens of Nollywood. It is also of an undeniable fact that the Nollywood star now radiantly exudes beauty in a manner that commands appearances on the English segment of Nollywood.
In retrospect to this, the actor is the star role in the latest Nollywood movie produced by Mike Ezuruonye titled “Soul Gigolo”, Seven and a Half Dates by Toyin Abraham, Merry Men by Ayo Makun and more. Faithia Williams is one of the biggest forces in the Nigerian movie industry that has kept the industry growing at a reasonably progressive pace. While she does this, she has also personally remained relevant in the industry over the past two decades, as she pursues a higher degree of prominence. As part of her career pathway to excellence, she looks not like what she has been through, as she has amazingly turned her challenges around in what is deemed fit as a redemption.
She was born at Ukwara, water side local government area of Delta State, southern Nigeria into a family of 9.
Faithia Williams attended the Maryland Primary School
Faithia Williams attended Maryland Comprehensive High School in Lagos state, where she obtained the West African School Certificate
Kwara State Polytechnic where she received a diploma certificate.
Faithia Williams started her career as an actress at an early age. She has starred, produced and directed several Nigerian films over the years.
Africa movie Academy Award for the Most Outstanding Actress Indigenous and her movie Iranse Aje won the best indigenous film of the year.
she won the Africa movie Academy Award for the Most Outstanding Actress Indigenous and her movie Iranse Aje won the best indigenous film of the year.
Faithia Williams also won the Best Indigenous Language: Yoruba award for the work done in the film Iya Alalake at the 2015 Africa-Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards AMVCA.
Iranse Aje (2008)
Aje metta ( 2008)
Aje metta 2 (2008) Iya Alalake (2015)
Teni Teka (2015)
Omo Ale (2015)
Agbelebu Mi (2016)
Basira Badia (2016)
Eku Eda (2016)
My Woman (2018)
Soul Gigolo (2018)
Seven and a Half Dates (2018)
Merry Men (2018)
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