Omoni Oboli, actor, writer, director and film producer, was born in Benin City, Nigeria. A rare breed of performer, Omoni—who goes by her first name—is the star and director of such films as Being Mrs Elliott, Wives on Strike, and Okafor’s Law. She keeps homes in Lagos and Halifax, Canada, with her husband, Nnamdi, and their three sons.

  • The Stars Are Ageless

    A young woman who chooses love. A daughter who must repay her mother’s sacrifices. A filmmaker accused of stealing her own creation. A woman held up by faith, family and true friendship when her world is rocked to its very foundation. Omoni Oboli has played as many roles in life as she has on the big screen. But a movie ends and life goes on.

    The Stars are Ageless presents the true story of the woman hailed as “The Box Office Queen” of Nigerian cinema.

    These life experiences shaped Omoni into who she is, and promise that we will see much more from her.

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