Omoni Oboli is an actress, scriptwriter, producer and director. She is a multilingual French Language Graduate from the university of Benin who has featured in several groundbreaking Nollywood movies, including Kunle Afolayan's THE FIGURINE, Lonzo Nzekwe's ANCHOR BABY and many others.

She has starred in, written, produced and directed four feature movies; Being Mrs Elliott (produced in 2014), The First Lady (2015), the record-setting Wives On Strike (2016) and OKAFOR'S LAW. She currently holds the record for the highest grossing female director/actor/scriptwriter/producer at the Nigerian cinema box office.

Her movies, WIVES ON STRIKE and OKAFOR'S LAW, are one of the highest grossing mofficer all times at the cinema box office. She has won several awards locally and internationally, including Best Actress for both the Harlem International Film Festival and the Los Angeles Movie Awards for ANCHOR BABY, two-time Best Actress African Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) nominee for THE FIGURINE and FIFTY.

Her latest movie, OKAFOR'S LAW, was part of the official selection for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and the Stockholm International Film Festival in 2016. She's married with 3 children.