British-Nigerian actress, model, and television host Zainab Balogun is best known for her roles in the films Sylvia, Kofa, and Ojukokoro: Greed.
Zainab Balogun has also starred on television in programs including Material Girl on BBC One, the Bollywood film Cocktail, Ashley Waters’ The Charlatans, Before 30, and Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
At the tender age of 16, Zainab started her modeling career. She began to act in many shows after earning a law degree.
She currently co-hosts and produces the daily conversation show The Spot for the entertainment television network EbonyLife alongside Ebuka Obi-Uchendu and Lamide Akintobi. El Now is a daily entertainment news program she has produced that covers the newest in music, fashion, and the arts.
Her estimated net worth is $450,000, making her one of Nigeria’s wealthiest and most powerful actresses.
Zainab Balogun Bio: Age, Family
29-year-old Zainab Balogun was born in England on October 10, 1989. She identifies as Nigerian and is of Nigerian descent. She is tall, standing at a respectable 5 feet 9 inches (1.79 meters).
When Zainab was little, her mother frequently had to move around for work, so she was raised by her relatives in a big extended family.
Zainab was recruited as a model at the young age of 16 thanks to a few modeling agencies’ interest in her due to her attractive appearance. She was discovered by Premier Models Management and signed on to appear as a model in numerous worldwide advertising projects.
Even in her early years, she participated in talent competitions, and school plays studied music, and started an R&B group named Regne.
Zainab graduated from Christ the King Sixth Form College with A Levels in law, psychology, English language, and literature. She eventually earned a Bachelor of Law from the University of Kent in Medway, where she graduated.
Zainab’s Wedding With Husband Dikki Nwachukwu
Up to the time she got engaged to her beloved Dikki Nwachukwu, Zainab kept her personal life a secret. Dikki, the founder and CEO of JetWest Airways, is a widower and a father of two.
On May 13, 2018, they were married in a religious ceremony during which the bride wore a vibrant Aso Ebi.
Close friends and family members were invited to their private wedding, which was kept from the public. Numerous more celebrities, including Bolanle Olukanni, OAP Toolz, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, Banky W and wife Adesua Etomi, as well as husband and wife OAP Toolz and Tunde Demuren, attended the ceremony.
She and her spouse flew to Thailand for their honeymoon after getting married. And it makes sense for her supporters to keep an eye out for a baby bump.
Even though the pair avoided media attention during their wedding, admirers couldn’t help but be curious about them.
As a result, Zainab claimed in an interview with Ndani TV that she and her husband met through a mutual friend and that they hit it off right away.
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