Fausat Balogun Biography | Age | Movies | Career | Education | Net Worth
The full details about Fausat Balogun‘s educational background are not available at the moment.
However, it is a known fact that the veteran studied in Kwara state, South-west Nigeria.
Fausat Balogun began her acting career in the 1990s. She was mentored by the late Mashado’s Ijamodi Yoruba theater troupe, which was based in Lagos Island, Idumota, Lagos State. Later, she gained more experience from seasoned film producer Rafiu Balogun, the leader of the Balogun Theater group.
Fausat Balogun’s debut appearance in the outfield came in the television program “Afonja,” which was created and aired by the Nigerian Television Network Authority (NTA) Channel 10 Production. When Fausat Balogun appeared in the 1979 television program “Abeni Ajagun,” which was produced by her husband Rafiu Balogun, she gained additional notoriety. She came to prominence because of the well-received and favorable reviews of the film.
As soon as she started appearing in “Erin Kee Kee,” another comedy series, her fans began referring to her as Madam Saje, the character she played in the film. As her professional expertise expanded, she was inspired to start her own production company. The first film she produced was “Alaroka,” which was directed by the late Prince Alade Aromire. She then continued with “Oro Itan”, “Ebi Dapo“, and two other movies.
City People Entertainment was made aware of Fausat Balogun’s arduous efforts and dedication to the advancement of Yoruba cinema, and at the 2016 awards ceremony, she was recognized for her contributions to the development of the film industry.
She rose to prominence with her role in Comedy Half Hour, a well-liked television comedy series starring produced by the Ojo Ladipo Theatre Group.
Her popularity has grown significantly, and she is now well-known across Nigeria.
Lanre is an outstanding actor who brings her parts to life in movies with imagination, style, and extraordinary talent.
She is renowned for her motherly film roles. Lanre Hassan played “Iya Loja” in the 2018 film “King of Boy,” directed by one of Nigeria’s best female filmmakers, Kemi Adetiba.
Fausat Balogun Personal Life
Fausat is married to the actor Rafiu Balogun who was her boss before they got married. Her eldest son, Afeez Adio, is a director and her youngest daughter, Bintu, is an actress. A former Muslim and Alhaja, she dumped her Islamic faith for Christianity in 2016. She is now an evangelist.
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Fausat Balogun Age
Fausat Balogun is 63 years old.
Fausat Balogun Net Worth
Fausat Balogun is estimated to have a net worth of about $950,000