Wunmi Mosaku

TV Actress

Wunmi Mosaku was born on July 31st, 1986 in Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria and is the TV Actress from United Kingdom, Nigeria. Discover Wunmi Mosaku's biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affair, family, hobbies, education, career updates, and networth at the age of 36 years old.

Date of Birth
July 31, 1986
United Kingdom, Nigeria
Place of Birth
Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria
36 years old
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Actor, Film Actor, Stage Actor
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Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (2007)
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About Wunmi Mosaku

Wunmi Mosaku (born 1986) is a Nigerian-born British actress, known for her roles as Joy in the BBC Two miniseries Moses Jones (2009) and Holly Lawson in the ITV series Vera (2011–12).

She won the 2017 BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Gloria Taylor in the TV film Damilola, Our Loved Boy (2016).

In 2019, she starred in the fifth series of Luther.

Early life

Mosaku was born in Nigeria, and subsequently emigrated to Manchester, England, when she was one year old. She attended Trinity Church of England High School and Xaverian Sixth Form College. She also sang for eleven years in the Manchester Girls Choir. Her parents were both professors in Nigeria but were unable to do the same jobs in the UK. Her mother started a business and her father ended up returning to Nigeria.


Mosaku graduated from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in 2007 and made her stage debut at the Arcola Theatre in a production of Pedro Calderón de la Barca's The Great Theatre of the World. Since then she has also appeared in Rough Crossings, directed by Rupert Goold and based on the book by Simon Schama, at the Lyric Hammersmith; The Vertical Hour by David Hare and Truth and Reconciliation, both at the Royal Court Theatre; and Mules at the Young Vic. In 2009, she appeared in Katrina, a verbatim play which told six people's stories of their struggles of survival when Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans August 2005. Mosaku was originally cast as Sophie in the UK premiere of Ruined by Lynn Nottage at the Almeida Theatre but had to pull out due to an injury.

In 2008, she appeared in the first of the UNDEREXPOSED exhibitions at the National Portrait Gallery, designed to raise the profile of black role models and celebrates the talent that exists among the Black British community. Her photo also appeared on Commercial Way, Peckham, London, as part of the exhibition. In 2009, she starred in the BBC Two series Moses Jones, for which she won Best Actress in a Miniseries at the Roma Fiction Festival.

She featured on the front cover of Screen International magazine June–July 2009 as one of the UK Stars of Tomorrow, and in 2011 was featured in Nylon Magazine's 2011 Young Hollywood issue.

In 2010, Wunmi Mosaku was named one of The Seven Fresh Faces of Toronto International Film Festival, for I Am Slave, in which she starred. She plays Malia, a girl who has been kidnapped from her village in Sudan, and sold into slavery. For her performance Mosaku won awards such as Best Actress at the Birmingham Black Film Festival, Best Onscreen performance at the Cultural Diversity Awards and Best Female performance at the Screen Nation Awards. In 2011, Mosaku joined the cast of Vera, playing the role of Holly Lawson, but left the show after just one year.

In 2015, Mosaku played the part of Quentina, a traffic warden, in the three-part BBC series Capital based on John Lanchester's novel of the same name. In 2016, she appeared in Playtest, an episode of the anthology series Black Mirror.

Mosaku won the 2017 BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress for playing Gloria Taylor in the TV film Damilola, Our Loved Boy.

Personal life

When asked to list her personal heroes, Mosaku included her grandmother Anike Adisa, whom she described as having "taught me so many lessons"; actor Albert Finney, who was her inspiration for attending the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art; her colleague and former instructor at RADA, William Gaskill; Paul Newman, whom she admired, not just for his acting, but also for his philanthropic efforts with Newman's Own; and Oprah Winfrey, who Mosaku considers "a superwoman".


Anna Kendrick turns heads in a vibrant yellow dress for the premiere of Alice, Darling in Toronto

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 12, 2022
Anna Kendrick donned an eye-catching dress as she walked the red carpet to celebrate the premiere of her latest film titled Alice, Darling on Sunday. The talented actress, 37, wore a yellow gown and appeared to be in good spirits as she took part in the Toronto International Film Festival. The star recently opened up about her surprising experience of getting trapped in an elevator before the big premiere, joking to People , 'I got in the wrong elevator at the wrong time.'

Anna Kendrick cracks jokes while stuck in elevator at Toronto Film Festival and shares rescue online

www.dailymail.co.uk, September 12, 2022
Anna Kendrick got stuck in an elevator on Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival and documented her rescue on social media. The 37-year-old actress recorded herself cracking jokes while stuck in the elevator for her roughly 22.1 million followers on Instagram and 6.9 million followers on Twitter. 'Ah, the classic ''I'm behind schedule at this film festival because I had to be rescued from an elevator'' excuse #TIFF22,' she wrote as a caption.