Toyin Abraham claims she started making money from acting 4 years ago

Toyin Abraham claims she started making money from acting 4 years ago

Toyin Abraham, a foremost Nigerian actress and cinematographer has remained one of the most innovative women in the entertainment industry.


In a recent interview with Sodas N’ Pop Corn, Toyin Abraham disclosed some shocking facts about her acting career.


She revealed that her passion and fondness for the industry made her suffer financially. Abraham revealed that she only started making money about four years ago.


While crediting veteran actress Bukky Wright for introducing her to the industry, Abraham revealed that her love for acting meant she payed less attention to making money.



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It was not until I met my manager BigSam who introduced me to FilmOne that I began making money from acting. This was about four years ago,” the actress revealed.


Abraham’s first collaboration with FilmOne was on her ‘Alakada Reloaded’ movie.


The top-grossing comedy was released to mixed reaction in 2017. The actress has gone on to produce more projects since 2017; some of which include ‘Fate of Alakada’, ‘Ghost and the Tout’ and its forthcoming sequel.


Toyin Abraham recounts how she conceived her son


In other news, the mother of one revealed how she conceived her son.


Due to the positive result, these herbs produced for her; she has now ventured into the business of providing via traditional way, solutions for fertility problems.


In her words:

“here is the story of my journey to motherhood.

My life long desire has always been to become a mother and so far I can say that the experience has been humbling and amazing at the same time.

Many women who just like me have the desire of becoming mothers have experienced issues with conception and in my research.

I have come to understand that the number is more alarming than you can imagine.

The other conventional methods of conceiving are very expensive and only a few can actually afford them.”

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