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b. Toyin Adekale, 21 Dec 1963, London, Britain. Toyin found prominence performing using the Instigators. She still left the band following the release of the debut one and embarked on a single career. Inspired by Jean Adebambo and Carroll Thompson, she performed being a fans rock and roll soloist, topping the reggae graphs with the appealing “It’s You”. Demonstrating her self-reliance and perseverance, she shaped the group Pure And Basic, undertaking managerial responsibilities. Furthermore to documenting her own materials, she protected Sister Sledge’s “Smile”, and “IT ISN’T Like” for Anthony “Sir George’ Brightly. Toyin was also asked to sing in the United kingdom Reggae Performers Famine Charm for 1985″s “Let’s Make Africa Green Once again”. Pursuing her involvement within the charitable task, she marketed her make of fans rock among natural leather obsessives in Wales through the May Loan company Holiday. The achievement of the mini-tour resulted in a lengthy summertime entertaining the customers of several UK vacation camps. Within the 90s she released the casual hit, including an especially riveting mixture with Daddy Screw, “Guy WITH ALL THE Agony”, made by her previous colleagues through the Instigators, Mafia And Fluxy.

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Full Name Toyin Aimakhu
Nationality Nigerian
Spouse Bukola Saraki
Siblings Fatimah Aimakhu
Awards Nigeria Entertainment Award for Best Actress (Indigenous)
Music Songs Sweet Mother, To See Your Smile, Son - You're Gonna Be a Man, Everyday Is Special, Agape Love, Fill Your Heart With Light, No Fear - Reprise, My Faith, Your Grace, With You I'm Born Again, Thank You Mama, I Do, Do You?, The Storm Is Over, Undying Love, Man Wid De Agony, Open up My Heart, Don't Make Me Wait, I Have Got You Baby, Special - Toyin Adekale, Blessings, No Fear, Nice 'N' Slow, Standing On the Corner, Call It a Day, Second to None, Find Yourself
Albums From Me to You, No Fear
Nominations City People Entertainment Award for Best Actress of the Year (Yoruba), Nollywood Movie Award for Best Lead Actress in an Indigenous Language
Movies Love is in the Hair, Okafor's Law, Omo Elemosho, Ayitale


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Actress

Actress

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Officer Lincoln Holly 2017 Short completed Dominique Fox
I'm Sorry 2017 TV Series filming Alison
96 Souls 2016 Bazemint Tape
Burning Bridges 2015 TV Series Jessica
H4 2015 Gloria
Discovered 2014 TV Series Dena
Through the Looking Glass 2013 Short Casting Director
Philly Blues 2012 Short Grace
Dying to Live 2011 Video short Agent Jolly Eastman
On Holiday 2010 Chanel
The Black Belle 2010 Chanel
Double Cross 2010 TV Series Rose
Life, Love, and Other Four Letter Words 2009 Short Shelly
Grace Hereafter 2008 Short Rachel Williams
This Can't Be My Life 2008 TV Series Kittonya
The DL Chronicles 2007 TV Series Rhonda Hall
Jack & Bobby 2004 TV Series Student / College Student
The Terminal 2004 Passanger (uncredited)
The O.C. 2004 TV Series Hipster
CSI: Miami 2004 TV Series Clinic Patient

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The 79th Annual Academy Awards 2007 TV Special Herself
The Teen Choice Awards 2005 2005 TV Special Herself
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '05 2005 TV Movie documentary Herself

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Award of Merit IndieFEST Film Awards Supporting Actress 96 Souls (2016)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Festival Award International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema, Berlin Best Lead Actress 96 Souls (2016)


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