Bolaji Amusan Biography (Career, Personal life, Awards)  

Bolaji Amusan Biography

Bolaji Amusan, popularly known as Mr. Latin is a Nigerian comic actor, filmmaker, director and producer. Mr. Latin is the CEO of Mr. Latin TV and Mr. Latin Foundation.

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Bolaji Amusan Biography

Bolaji Amusan was born on October 15, 1966 at Gbongan, the headquarter of Aiyedaade Local Government Area of Osun State, Nigeria.

Bolaji Amusan Biography

Career

He began acting in 1988 and featured in a movie titled 50-50, produced in 1992 by the late Akin Ogungbe and joined ANTP in 1989. He has produced over 40 movies mostly comedies. He is the current director for organization and business in the professional association known as Theater Arts and Motion Pictures Producers Association of Nigeria Before he got to this level he has served at local and state.

Personal life

He got married to Ronke Amusan in 1999 and their marriage is blessed with two children; a boy and a girl. He resides in Abeokuta, Ogun state but often shuttles between Nigeria and Durban where his wife and two children are based.

Bolaji Amusan Biography

Filmography

  • 50-50 in 1992
  • Ebun Igbeyawo in 1996
  • Faworaja in 1999
  • Nnkan Olomoba in 2000
  • Talo n gbemu in 2001
  • Eegun Mogaji
  • Obajobalo
  • Mr President
  • Òfin mósè in 2006
  • Ile Itura in 2007
  • Baba Insurance in 2009
  • Ise onise in 2009
  • Baba Gomina
  • Aweni Baku
  • Emi Airi

Awards

  • He is the current director for organization and business in the professional association known as theatre arts and motion pictures producers association of Nigeria
  • Yoruba movie personality of the year and special recognition award at City People Movies Awards

Social media handles

Instagram: @mrlatin1510

Twitter: @mrlatin1510

 

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