Monday, July 15, 2019

How LISA OMORODION Developed A Great Passion for The Movie Industry







Give it to her, she has done well. Lisa Omorodion has built a solid reputation for herself as a serious-minded movie practitioner.
She is an actress. She is a director. And she has acted in so many movies. She has also produced a lot


Lisa is a beautiful actress who is hooked on acting. it's her passion. Her colleagues will tell you how passionate she is. They will tell you that if you are looking for one actress who is so passionate about what she does it is Lisa.

So in love is this pretty babe with acting that she has gone neck deep into it. But the irony of it is that she does not depend on what comes out of acting.
She really does not make money from acting. ln some cases she has been known to lose money on some of her movie projects.
Despite this, she still continues to invest a lot in acting and production.
She makes money from her family business. She is from a rich family. Left to her parents she ought to have been okay co-running the family oil company where she is a director.

But what has kept her going is her involvement in the movie industry.
She does not derive enough kicks from the oil business. Yes, she likes the money that comes from it but she derives more joy acting.
Give it to this sexy actress she has tried. Can you imagine that she has produced about 30 great movies over the last 2 decades.

In some years past she has produced as much as 4 to 5 movies.
Some of it she produced herself, others were produced for her by the big names in movie production.
She is never tired of telling those who care to listen that acting is her 1st love. What is yours?
Princess Lisa Omorodion (born 27 April 1990) professionally credited as Lisa Omorodion is a Nigerian actress, film producer and entrepreneur. She is best known for her lead role in the 2013 movie, First Cut, alongside Joseph Benjamin and Monalisa Chinda.

Omorodion was born in London on 27 April 1990. Her father, who is of Edo descent is an Engineer and the founder of Hensmor Oil and Gas and her mother is a lawyer. She is the fifth of six children.

Omorodion attended Corona Primary School in Lagos, Nigeria. While in Primary school, she joined the school's drama club, where her passion for the arts was ignited. Thereafter she attended Command Secondary School for three years and then Atlantic hall, Poka Epe Secondary School for her senior secondary school years where she was also a part of the drama club; she then attended the University of Lagos, where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in Economics.

Omorodion produced and starred in her début feature film First Cut in 2013. The film was noted for creating social awareness on sensitive issues such as rape and domestic violence. In the same year, she founded Platinum Studios, a Nigerian Film Production company. 

Since then she has produced and starred in other movies such as Schemers (2015), The Inn (2016) Karma is Bae (2017). She made her small screen acting debut in the Obi Emelonye directed series The Calabash in 2014, in 2015, she began starring as Folakemi in the critically acclaimed television series Skinny Girl in Transit produced by Ndani TV.
Asides from film-making and acting, Omorodion serves as a director on the board of Hensmor Oil, an Oil and Gas firm founded by her father.

In 2016, Omorodion received the award for Most Promising Actress of the Year by Nigeria Meritorious Award. She also received the recognized as one of Nigeria's 25 under 25 Enterprising females by Sme100 in 2016. In the same year, she was nominated for the Most Promising Actress of the Year by City People Awards.

Omorodion has covered a number of notable Nigerian magazines including House of Maliq in 2014, Vanguard Allure in 2016 and La 'Mode in 2018.
























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