Eniola Badmus is a well-known Nigerian film actress, entrepreneur, entertainer, screenwriter, social media influencer, and television personality.

Eniola Badmus Early Life

Renowned Nigerian film actress and social media influencer, Eniola Badmus was born on September 7, 1977 to the family of Mr. and Mrs. Badmus (Pa Olalekan Badmus Ogunsina) in Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria.

Although she was born and raised in Lagos, Eniola is originally from Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, Nigeria.

It was in Ijebu Ode that Eniola completed her basic education (i.e. her primary and secondary education).

She was later admitted to the University of Ibadan, Oyo State, where she studied and earned a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts.

Shortly after, she attended the prestigious Lagos State University, Lagos State, where she earned an MSc degree in Economics.


Badmus joined the Nigerian film industry, also known as Nollywood, in 2000. Exactly eight years after she entered the film industry, Eniola Badmus rose to fame.

The movies “Omo Ghetto” and “Jenifa“, which became box office hits after their release, brought her into the limelight.

Now Eniola Badmus is living her best life and earning money as well.

Movies of Eniola Badmus

Since her first movie, Eniola Badmus has acted in over 150 movies and counting. These are some of her films, including:

  • Mr. & Mrs Ibu
  • Wicked Step-mother
  • Child Seller[9]
  • Adun Ewuro
  • Visa Lottery
  • Ojukwu the War Lord
  • Police Academy
  • Not My Queen
  • Battle for Justice
  • Miss Fashion
  • Eefa
  • Angelina
  • Village B***s
  • Oreke Temi
  • Blackberry B***s
  • Omo Esu
  • “Black Val”
  • GhettoBred
  • Househelp
  • Daluchi
  • Funke
  • Miracle
  • The-Spell
  • Oshaprapra
  • Karma
  • Big Offer
  • Jenifa
  • Omo-Ghetto
  • Omo ghetto the saga

Awards and nominations

  • Best Actress in Africa (Won, 2015)
  • Best movie actress city people (2017)
  • Best actress 2018 (Plus size African fashion week)
  • Best of Nollywood Awards (2011)
  • Best Actress in a Leading Role (Yoruba) Nominated (2011)
  • City People Entertainment Awards (2014)
  • Best Actress of the Year (Yoruba) Won (2014)
  • Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards Best Comedic Act (Nominated, 2014)
  • Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards (Won, 2015)
  • Best Crossover in a Film Won (2011)
  • Best of Nollywood Awards (2012)
  • Best Supporting Actress in a Yoruba film (Nominated, 2012)
  • Black Entertainment Film Fashion Television and Arts (2015)
  • Best of Nollywood Awards (2010)
  • Best Actress in a Supporting Role Nominated (2010)