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  • A wrap-up on Nolly wood sensation ADESUA ETOMI Featuring her lifestyle, love life, biography. career, and more

One thing we can’t get over aside from Adesua’s acting career is her gorgeous personality. From her fabulous hair, to her flawless skin and set physique, to her graceful lifestyle and finally to snagging one of the most ELIGIBLE (eligible as in capital letter) bachelors in town. Adesua is quening in an utterly Priceless way! Frankly speaking, dinspirer is not an entertainment blog but strictly inspirational. However, there are profiles that inspire more than words. Among this Month’s Profile for our Priceless edition is ADESUA ETOMI, latest Nollywood sweetheart. Best actress in a drama award at the 2016 magic viewers choice for her role in Falling. She starred in her first feature film Knocking on Heaven’s door and others like Brave, Falling, Ayamma , Out of Luck, 10 days in Sun City, The wedding Party and more.
‘’ God gave me a man that looks at me like I’m magic’’ . The actress took to her instagram page to express her Love Life with Bankole Wellington (Banky W), the R&B crooner. She wrote; ‘’God loves me. He created you before I even knew I’d need you. He gave me love that my mind still can’t fathom. He gave me a man that looks at me like I’m magic. A man I adore. A man that inspires me. Bubba, I love you pieces. To all our well wishers,the world celebrate with you. God bless you all’’ (and I add Amen). Aww so touching! so real! They are such an amazing couple. There engagement in February 2017, introduction and soon to be wedding is the talk of the whole media. Here’s an extract from the groom’s letter to his love; ‘’ Dear Susu, we crossed path 2 or 3 times since 2012 but I wasn’t paying attention. Destiny was starring at me right in the face and I was too caught up in my own hustle and paper chase to know it. In June 2015 however, God brought you my way again and this time I really saw you. I was smitten by your grace, aura and beauty. So smitten in fact that even though I didn’t get to say a word to you that day (because you were seated far across the room) I immediately called my best friend @capt. Demuren and told him I’d found my next girl friend . LOL….. I fell in love with an actress now my life is a movie’’. Oh my God! Shift let me faint. My heart can’t carry it. Chai!! So my own prince charming is going to tell the world one day too that He fell in love with a writer Now his life is … Amebo! Wetin you wan hear ni? Don’t worry sha, my own day is coming. #winks#

Tolulope Adesua Etomi was born in Owerri Imo State in 1988 according to several major editorials, her father is a soldier of Esan descent and her mother is an engineer of Yoruba descent. She is the youngest of three siblings. She attended Corona School in Victoria Island Lagos, where she joined the drama club at age 7. Etomi moved to the United Kingdom when she was 13 and later obtained a diploma in Physical theatre, musical theatre and performing Arts from City College Conventry in 2004. After completing these courses in 2006 with triple distinction, she studied drama and Performance at the University of Wolverhampton, graduating with first class honours.
Life style:

In a recent interview with Guardian Life, Adesua opens up on her inner circle. She says, ‘’I’m very particular about my inner circle, you can count my closest friends on one hand and that’s because I believe you just need a few good friends. I am very friendly to everybody else. Also my family, my mum, those are the people that keep it all together for me and they are always there and you can’t beat that’’. Speaking about the things most people don’t know about her, she said; ‘’ I’m left handed. I’m not a fan of handbags and jewelery. I think Will Smith is perfect. My mum is a pastor and I sang in a choir for ten years.’’

Career and Ambition:

Adesua made her debut into the Nollywood film industry in 2014 with knocking on Heaven’s Door and a year after bagged the Best Actress in a Drama Award at the 2016 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Award for her role in Falling. In 2017 she went on to become part of the cast for one of the highest grossing movies in the Nigerian Industry, The Wedding Party. On her future ambition as she opens up to Guardian Life she says, ‘’At some point, my ten year plan may be even less is to open an orphanage, I love children and I am very passionate about people and children that need help, so I feel like I’m going to be a mother to many’’.

Well congrats Susu!!! Sincerely from all of us @dinspirer.