Actress, Funlola Aofiyebi-Raimi returns to school
Actress, Funlola Aofiyebi-Raimi has gone back to school.
The renowned theatre artist is undertaking a programme in Drama School of the University of West London.
FAR, her signature name, shared her picture in school, and also used the avenue to urge her fans to learn something new as it is only by gaining knowledge that one can go far.
“I don’t care who you are, where you’ve been or what you think you know………there is always something NEW to LEARN!!! ✊???????????#GoFARwithKnowledge #Actor #Production #Craft #Passion #Talent #Training #TimeWellSpent #Industry #Nollywood #Future #MyTime #Hollywood #ActingIsSeriousBiz #Va-du-cation #FAR #TvAndF.”
FAR is a graduate of the University of Lagos (UNILAG), with a degree in Sociology.
Funlola took a Theatre Arts course at Westminster College, London, and a TV acting course at the prestigious Actors Studio, Buckinghamshire also in London.
She had an early start on stage and television with her aunt, Teni Aofiyebi
The actress had her first big break in the 1995 Nollywood classic Violated. From then on she has had memorable performances in countless Nigerian movies.
She has featured in movies like Violated, Keeping Faith and The Figurine, and TV shows including Tinsel, Doctors Quarters, Solitaire and Palace. On stage, she has been part of plays such as Sing That Old Song for Me and The Mansion written by Rasheed Gbadamosi.