Moyo Lawal is a Nigerian actress who was born in the city of Badagry in the state of Lagos. She was named “Revelation Of The Year” at the Best Of Nollywood Awards in 2012. She was nominated in 2018 for “Best Actress in a Lead Role – Yoruba.” Lawal appeared on the reality show “The Next Movie Star” in 2006.
Her childhood, intermediate, and tertiary education all took place in Lagos, Nigeria. Lawal earned a BSc in Creative Arts from the University of Lagos. She is well-known for her roles in the television shows Jenifa’s Diary, Tinsel, Binta and Friends, Flatmates, and others. She has also appeared in films such as Holding Hope, A Time To Heal, A Toast To Heartbreak, The Bridal Shower, Never Love A Prince, and others.
Moyo Lawal has been tight-lipped about her family and upbringing. She has only claimed that she was born and reared in Badagry, but she has kept information about her family private.
The only information accessible online regarding Moyo Lawal’s parents is that they are Yoruba and lived in Badagry, Lagos State. She has not revealed any personal information about them or how they reared her.
Moyo Lawal has not revealed any personal information about her late mother to the world. She died on May 12, 2013, at the age of 52. According to reports, the actress wept as she witnessed her mother’s remains being placed at the Vaults and Gardens Private Cemetery in Ikoyi, Lagos.
According to accounts, Mrs. Lawal worked as a nurse at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH). Her husband, Tajudeen Lawal, and three children, Moyo (the firstborn), Mayowa, and Molade, survived her.