Born in Nigeria, and brought up in the UK, British actress Wunmi Mosaku is famous for her work in the series like Moses Jones, Vera, and in Tv film ‘Damilola, Our Loved Boy‘. She won several awards including BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress. Currently, her relationship status is single.
Wunmi Mosaku was born in Zaria, Nigeria on July 31, 1986. She is a Nigerian-born British citizen and belongs to the African ethnic group. She was born under the star sign of Leo.
Both of her parents were professors in Nigeria but they could not continue their profession after moving to the UK. Her mother’s name is Irene Mosaku and her sisters are Kunbi Mosaku and Iyiola Mosaku.
Wunmi Mosaku attended Trinity Church of England High School and completed her school level education. She then joined Xaverian Sixth Form College for further studies.
Later, she got enrolled in the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and graduated in 2007.
Wunmi Mosaku’s current relationship status is single. She is not in a relationship with anyone at the present date. Also, there are no past records of her having an affair or relationship.
Mosaku seems to focus on her career and hence she is in no rush to get into a relationship. Or the matter could be that she has not found a perfect match for her and is waiting for her soulmate.
Wunmi Mosaku’s net worth as of 2019 is estimated to be $1 million. She summoned the reported net worth from her acting career. She earns a decent sum of money from her profession. But her exact income is not available.
However, an actor in the UK earns an average of $50,000 per annum, so her salary might be more or less equal to the given average figure.
Mosaku began her acting career with a theatre production titled The Great Theatre of the World. Furthermore, she worked in different other plays such as Rough Crossings, The Vertical Hour, Ruined and many more.
She also performed in various radio dramas. The Vertical Hour, Normal and Nat, and Amazing Grace are some of her radio dramas aired on BBC radio.
Mosaku appeared in different television series like Silent Witness, Father & Son, Vera, The Body Farm, Fearless and many more.
She recently worked in series like Lovecraft Country and Luther in 2019. The movie she played a part are Honeymooner, Womb, I Am Slave, Citadel, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and many others.
Mosaku won several awards for her brilliant performance in films and series. Furthermore, she received Best Actress at the Birmingham Black Film Festival, Best Onscreen performance for her movie at the Cultural Diversity Awards and Screen Nation Awards for Best Female Performance.
She also won BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the tv film Damilola, Our Loved Boy in 2017.