Despite her apparent success in Nollywood, Omoni Oboli still dreams of something and she is working hard to achieve it.
Sharing a photo in one, she wrote, “One day, I will own a private jet! God bless the work of our hands! Tag someone who is working hard and will be very successful in the near future! Let’s go! #ChildOfGrace.”’
Omoni Oboli (born 22 April 1978) is a Nigerian actress, scriptwriter, director and producer and a trained digital filmmaker at the New York Film Academy. She is also a writer, with a number of screenplays to her credit, including Fatal Imagination, Being Mrs Elliott, The First Lady, and Wives on Strike. In 2010, she won the award for Best Actress Narrative Feature at the Los Angeles Movie Awards, and the award for Best Actress at the Harlem International Film Festival.
Omoni was nominated for the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2011Africa Movie Academy Awards.
In 2014, She won Big Screen Actress of the Year award, at the 2014 ELOY Awards, for her movie Being Mrs Elliott. In 2015, Omoni was awarded the Sun Nollywood personality of the year and has also shown her ability as a movie director with movies such as Being Mrs Elliott, The First Lady, Wives on Strike, and most recently Okafor’s Law.