Nigerian actress, Folake Olowofoyeku making waves in US
Rising Nigerian actress and musician, Folake Olowofoyeku, is currently making waves in the US film industry acting alongside American actors and actresses.
Olowofoyeku is an afro-electro-rock recording artist known as “The.Folake!”. She debuted at number one on the Afro Pop charts (CD Baby) with her self-titled debut single “The.Folake”. Olowofoyeku also contributed music for the films “Death Race 2050” and “Female Fight Club”.
She is featured as David Bowie’s bassist in the music video for “The Next Day” which included Gary Oldman and Marion Cotillard. She also appeared in the national “Aids Will Lose” campaign for Chevron.
Olowofoyeku’s additional credits include a lead role in the film “Female Fight Club”, “Modern Family”, “How To Get Away With Murder”, “Law And Order: SVU”, “30 Rock” and “White Collar”. She also won Best Actress for her lead role in “When They Could Fly” at the ReelHeART International Film Festival in Toronto.
She will next be seen in Universal Pictures’ “Death Race 2050”.