Liz Anjorin’ background, career and awards she has won

Elizabeth Aishat Anjorin, known professionally as Liz Anjorin, is a Nigerian actress and movie producer, primarily working in the Nigerian Yoruba movie industry.

Liz Anjorin
Liz Anjorin

She was born in Badagry, Lagos State, Nigeria, in the predominantly Yoruba southwestern geographical area of the country. Read also: Go And Join Witchcraft – Actress Liz Anjorin Tells Mothers

Her father was Christian, and her mother was Muslim. Liz Anjorin grew up in poverty with her mother and was once a food seller. She has attributed her drive for success to the fear of experiencing poverty again.



Liz Anjorin attended Olabisi Onabanjo University, where she was a student activist. She graduated in 2017 with a BSc in Transport Planning and Management after leaving to pursue acting.

During her time at the university, she took acting classes and met Idowu Ogungbe and Ahmed Alasari, who helped her with her career. Read also: My husband has never cheated on me. I can swear with everything – Actress Liz Anjorin

Some of Liz Anjorin’s notable works include the movies “Ise Onise” (2009) and “Kofo Tinubu” (2019).



Liz Anjorin has won several awards for her contributions to the Nigerian film industry. Some of her notable awards include:

Best Actress Award at the Young Achievers Awards in 2012 for her role in “Kofo Tinubu”.

City Pride Achievers Award for Best Actress in 2013 and 2014, the second time also for her role in “Kofo Tinubu”.

Yoruba Movie Personality of the Year (Female) at the 2017 City People Movie Awards.

Best Actress Indigenous at the 2016 Zulu African Film Academy Awards.

Nigerian Canadian Celebrities Entertainment Award at the Niccea Awards.

Liz Anjorin has also been recognized for her entrepreneurial endeavors. She won the Outstanding Nollywood Business Woman Award of the Year.

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