Eniola Badmus famously known as Gbogbo Bigz Girl is a talented actress with a strong personality. She is known for her curvy figure and her outspoken nature. She is not afraid to speak her mind, and she is often outspoken about body positivity and self-acceptance. She is a role model for many young women, and she is an inspiration to them because she has achieved success in a male-dominated industry.
It might be a shocker to many to know that our curvy talented actress is the embodiment of beauty and brain. Born on 7th of Sept in Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State, Eniola Badmus attended Maryland Convent School, Air Force Primary School, and Adeola Elementary School before proceeding to Anglican Grammar Girls School in Ijebu-Ode for her secondary education. She went on to the University of Ibadan, where she studied Theatre Arts. She proceeds to earn a M.Sc. in Economics from Lagos State University. A master of theory and practical!
Eniola is also a versatile actress. She has starred in a wide range of films and television series, and she has always been able to bring her own unique personality to each role. She is a natural comedian, and she is often praised for her ability to make audiences laugh. She is also a good dramatic actress, and she has been able to portray complex and challenging characters. Badmus began her acting career in the early 2000s. She made her film debut in the 2008 film “Adun Ewuro”. She rose to prominence in 2008 for her role as Gbogbo Bigz Girl in the film “Jenifa”. She has since starred in over 100 films and television series.
Eniola is a hardworking actress who is always willing to put in the effort to get the job done. She is also a team player, and she is always willing to help out her fellow actors and crew members. She is a valuable asset to any production, and she is sure to continue to achieve great things in the future.
In the film “Omo Ghetto: The Saga”, Badmus played the role of a strong and independent woman who is not afraid to stand up for herself. She brought a lot of depth and nuance to the role, and she was able to make the character relatable and sympathetic. In the television series “Jenifa’s Diary”, Badmus played the role of a hilarious and outspoken friend of the main character. She was able to bring a lot of energy and humor to the role, and she was a joy to watch.
In the film “Merry Men: The Real Yoruba Demons”, Badmus played the role of a tough and resourceful woman who is willing to do whatever it takes to protect her family. She was able to bring a lot of intensity and charisma to the role, and she was a scene-stealer.
She has gone to feature in many blockbusters including Gangs of Lagos
In 2018, Badmus was nominated for the Best Actress in a Comedy at the Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA) for her role in the film “Omo Ghetto: The Saga”. She has also won several awards for her acting, including the City People Movie Award for Best Actress of the Year (Yoruba) in 2014 and the Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Yoruba) at the 2017 Yoruba Movie Awards.
She is also a popular social media influencer with over 3 million followers on Instagram.