Biography And Profile Of Actor Aremu Samson Oseni
Nollywood Actor and movie producer, Aremu Samson Oseni hails from Igbo Ora in Oyo State, Nigeria. His acting career started officially in 2011 with Double A Entertainment, owned by popular actor, Afeez Abiodun (Afeez Owo).
Lisa, being his stage/screen name, was born on June 28 1990, in Mushin Area of Lagos State, Nigeria. He is from a humble family and grew up in the busy city of Lagos.
Aremu grew up acting and fell in love with acting right from his childhood.
The talented and handsome actor began and completed his primary and secondary school education in Lagos State, Nigeria.
He attended Ezey Nursery and Primary school, Idi Araba and Itire Ikate Primary School and later proceeded to Atunrase Secondary School in Surulere Lagos. He later went into learning a vocational work, because his parents couldn’t fund his education and he couldn’t study further.
Even though he started acting at a very young age, Aremu Oseni started acting professionally in 2011, when he joined Afeez Abiodun’s group.
He was on his way to Sango, when he saw Mr. Afeez Abiodun, then he explained to him about his interest in acting, Afeez told him to see come see him in his office. He later went to his office, the rest, they say, is history today.
The Lagos-based actor has been in the industry for a decade and has featured in over 20 home movies including his own production which he called ‘Lisa’ in 2018.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITIONS
Emperor Awards – Upcoming Actor of the year (Nomination)
He had been featured on several National dailies and blogs like Nigerian Tribune, The Nation, Sun, Guardian and Kemifilani etc. where he talked more about his acting career and the challenges faced on the acting job.
PRODUCED AND FEATURED MOVIES
3. Ilu Aje
4. Alaya Marun
5. IIe ase
6. Omoge Lekki
8. Ojo abini
10. Aje ni Maami
13. Kemi Hunter
14. Corporate omoodo
15. Odere Alagbo
16 My Mom My Wife
…and many more.
He is Single. According to an interview he had with Sun Newspaper, he wouldn’t mind marrying a single mother, if that’s the will of God.
According to Aremu, crying and falling sick for love are not stupid things. To him, if one is truly in love with another person, one can cry or fall sick for the person.
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