Stella Dimoko Actress Damilola Adegbite Is Nollywood's Silent Tsunami ......


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Thursday, September 23, 2021

Actress Damilola Adegbite Is Nollywood's Silent Tsunami ......

Award-winning actress and television personality, Damilola Adegbite, famously known for her role as Telema Duke in the soap opera 'Tinsel', is charting a new course, breaking new ground and shaking things up in the creative industry with poise, easy grace and a tunnel-eyed vision.

Since her television debut in 2006, Damilola has been a silent force to be acknowledged in the Nigerian Film industry, Nollywood, featuring in many film projects, including blockbuster movies like '6 Days to Christmas', 'Merry Men', 'Banana Island Ghost', 'Isoken', 'From Lagos with Love', 'Coming from Insanity', 'Heaven’s Hell' among many others.

After she became a widely-recognized and admired figure for her role of Kemi Williams in the popular movie, ‘Flower Girl’, the model cum entrepreneur became unstoppable conquering new heights in television, film and as an astute entrepreneur, launching a fashion women’s ready-to-wear brand, Kasham by Adedamee, located in Lekki, Lagos State Nigeria

The actress who won 'Best Actress' in a TV Series at the 2011 Nigeria Entertainment Awards, added other feathers to her hat including being a brilliant events compere; having interviewed celebrities at high-profile events; Program anchor for known Sound City Television hit shows “The Chatroom” and “Global Countdown”; worked with several brands such as Nestle and also played a lead role in television commercials including Brilliance Motors in 2009.

Working with prominent entertainment stars like OC Ukeje, Beverly Naya, Meg Otanwa, Desmond Elliot, to mention a few, 2015 was a year that revealed a deeper side to the actress when she starred in the Nigerian psychological drama film, 'Heaven’s Hell'. From then on, her brilliance translated into a myriad of challenging film projects which she took on with as much gusto as possible, revealing parts of her that were beautiful to see.

Today, this Nollywood’s silent tsunami, a woman of many parts, who has oftentimes used her fashion style as a tool to express herself and her brand, is reinventing herself and is ready to unveil the next chapter in her thespian life which is about to position her as one of Nigeria’s phenomenal stars....


  1. I'm just happy for her always.

  2. This people will make up and filter to the extent that they won't be recognized.

    1. Looking like a creature from another planet.

  3. Such an unquestionable beauty with focus and class. She doesn't involve herself in toxicity either always in her lane, reminds me of Lilian Esoro, they would make good friends.

  4. Dami is beautiful, no doubt. But she has this unfriendly look on her face that makes it seem like she is hiding something evil in her heart.
    I don't know... but she might be a nice person sha

    1. Dami iss beautiful but snobbish.


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