Liz Aishat Anjorin is Nigerian actress who features predominantly in the Nigerian Yoruba movie industry. She is popularly called Lizzy Anjorin. Lizzy is known since hitting limelight years ago and she has made several movie appearances.
Lizzy is a single parent. In 2013 she converted from Christianity to Islam and adopted the name Aishat which she described as her “Muslim Name”
The model turned actor has also produced some of her own movies. Her debut movie, Tolani Gbarada, was followed by Gold, a compendium of her life experiences; Iyawo Abuke, Kofo Tinubu, Kofo De First Lady, Owo Naira Bet, Arewa Ejo and Ise Onise.
The stylish Nollywood star found another love in her new enterprise which is fashion. She believes that as a vibrant fellow like herself, one should not depend on one line of business and definite acting as many stars are discovered each day. She was a student activist on the campus of the Olabisi Onabanjo University. She subsequently went to an acting college for four years where she met the late Idowu Ogungbe and Ahmed Alasari who were instrumental to her career growth.
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