Meet Roseline Sanni-Ajose, an international Actress/Movie producer!
She is from a family of five, Mr and Mrs David Yisa Sani. she attended Salvation Army and Government Primary School in a small town Owo, Owo High Secondary School and Army children School Akure Ondo State.
Roseline as known relocated to England London in 1997 to join her family, there she is settled and attend St Annes Catholic High School for girls. Studied 12 GCSE’S including drama and school choir. She sometimes sings on the assembly ground while in school. Roseline went to Southgate College and studied Health and Social Care Advance Level, there after she proceed to Kings College University and studied Diploma in Adult Nursing. Furthering her education in Middlesex University and studied Advance diploma in Peri-Operative Nursing Care and teaching programme (Mentorship programme). After many years of Practice as a Senior Theatre Nurse. She further her education to King’s College University and studied BSC in Critical Care Nursing Anaesthesia and International correspondent school, obtained certification in leadership and Management. She also Studied Screen Acting (from Script to Screen) and drama at City Academy London (2010).
Roseline Sanni-Ajose Acted in her first movie titled “Promise” (2005) Produced by Nelson Spky Productions.
Yoruba Movie titled “Oriyomi” (2010) Produced by Femi Fadeyi. Manncomm Productions Nigeria.
In 2010, Roseline Sanni –Ajose formed and Registered her own Production Company. Inspiration Production Limited (Registered in UK and Ireland)
2010, Produced a Movie titled “Life! Living it!” By Inspiration Production and Steve Nash Productions.
2013, Roseline Sanni-Ajose released her second movie titled “Labo! Life is a Journey”. Gathering of African’s Best (GAB Award) winning movie that recorded unprecedented audience at the first Premiere 2nd August, Odeon Cinema and 2nd Screening at Harris Academy Theatre 2013. London, United Kingdom.
“Labo” Movie is an afro-Caribbean Movie, based on a family battled for Cultural Supremacy. This movie is first of its kind in the history of African movie story telling. Its speaks to migrate and African’s in Diaspora not to forget their root and cultural. Labo also encouraged the youth to stay away from crime.
Roseline Sanni-Ajose has travelled around the world and engaged in different charity works. She is a member of a charity Organisation called “Cry for Help” based in Africa.
At present Roseline is working on numerous projects with media production companies across the global and aspires to develop other young Actor/Actresses coming up in the Nollywood industry and internationally. This is a face and name to watch out for in the industry. Be inspired!!!!!!!
Together let’s build a different Nollywood Globally.
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