The Yoruba movie industry is undoubtedly becoming a big brand in Nollywood. Some of their stars are now movers and shakers of the Nigerian film industry. One cannot forget the huge influence someone like Jide Kosoko, Adebayo Salami, Rachel Oniga, Funke Akindele and others have in the industry.
Also, the arm of Nollywood has been breeding new sets of actresses who can favorably compete with those in the English speaking section of Nollywood.
An actress some have tipped to rule the industry in 2014 is Kemi Stone, who is presently paying her dues in the industry.
Kemi was born in the 80s into the popular Saka family in Ijebu Isara Remo Area of Ogun State, but was brought up in Lagos. She started her education at New Heavens International School, Gbagada, before joining Eva Adelaja Girls Secondary School. She later got admission to study Diploma in Law at the Lagos State University (LASU).
The sexy actress delved into acting in 2007 based on the passion she had always developed for the profession after watching series of Wale Adenuga's Super Story and Paloma. She attended Pencil Film Institute to study Acting after which she met a couple of friends who invited her to several movie auditions together at the National Art Theatre,Iganmu, Lagos. Away from that, she is also into designs and costumes, jewellery and more..jpg
Having not rested on her oars, the intelligent and curvy actress shot her own movie that will hit the shelves soon. It is titled Ojo Kan (One Day) which stars the likes of Jide Kosoko, Mercy Aigbe, Gabriel Afolayan, Iya Rainbow, Niyi Johnson (Toyin Aimaku's husband), Yomi Gold, Yomi Fabiyi, Liz Da Silva, Bose Alao, Edward Green and many others.
It's a wonderful movie that every home will be happy to have. Kemi is now one of the new and hottest actresses to watch out for in 2014..jpg
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