Everything You Probably Did Not Know About Yoruba Actress, Liz Da-Silva
Yoruba actress, Liz Da Silva is too beautiful for words. Her talent, unique accent and entrepreneurial skills are one of the things that stand her out from her fellow colleagues. She also celebrated her birthday in style on the 10th of June 2018.
Here are a few things to know about her:
Her parents are from Togo, but she was born in Lagos Island. She grew up in Obalende. She still has links with her Togolese family. Most of them are still on the island. Her grandparents met and married in Lagos Island. Her mum also met her father on the island. She has no intention of going to live in Togo.
Liz Da Silva is a Nigerian actress and producer who started her career in 2004, she has shown mostly in Yoruba movies, She is a well known and well-featured actress in the Yoruba movie world she is not married but has a baby father. She also runs a charity event annually which is known as Ankara Ball.
Her love for Ankara
She runs an annual event which has always featured different big celebrities. The concept behind Ankara day is to promote the unity of Africans through our culture, assist the less privileged through donations made on Ankara day’ yearly, to organize fashion pageants for developing youths, positive behaviour towards our cultural costumes, to elevate and
appreciate our culture through our way of life, e.g our mode of
dressings, to keep our bond as actors.
Liz is not married but she has a son which he has raised beautifully.
She converted to Islam in 2013 and gave an explanation why she converted.
She has appeared only in Yoruba movies. She started acting in 2004. When she was introduced by colleague of hers, Iyabo Ojo; she introduced her to Muka Ray.
Till date, Muka Ray has been her mentor in the industry. Two movies actually brought her to the limelight. One of them is Wakati Meta. She’s yet to be given a role in any Nollywood film.