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Roseline Sanni Ajose is an international Actress, Movie producer and writer. She relocated from Nigeria to England in 1997 to join her family. She attended St Anne’s Catholic High School where she studied drama for her general school leaving certificate.


Roseline furthered her education at the Southgate College where she studied Health and Social Care, and then at Kings College University for a Diploma in Adult Nursing. Her Advance diploma in Peri-Operative Nursing Care and teaching programme (Mentorship programme) education was earned from the Middlesex University, also in the UK. Roseline acted in her first movie which was produced by Nelson Spky Productions and titled “Promise” in 2005.

In 2010, she completed her studies in drama at the London City Academy starred in the same year Yoruba Movie titled “Oriyomi” which was produced by Femi Fadeyi with Manncomm Productions Nigeria. The next step was the establishment of her Production Company, “Inspiration Production Limited” in UK and Ireland and a movie titled “Life! Living it!” in 2010.

In 2013, she released her multiple Award winning movie titled “Labo-Life is a Journey” that recorded an unprecedented audience at the first Premiere on 2nd August 2013 at the Odeon Cinema  in London.

“Labo-life is a Journey” finally made its entrance to Nigeria audience in 2014 in partnership with AIT DAAR communication, Raypower, African Movie Channel on StarTime, NTA  and Silverbird Galleria.

Roseline is currently working on numerous projects with media Production Companies across the globe and aspires to develop other young Actor/Actresses coming up in the Nollywood industry and internationally. A face and a name to be reckoned with in the industry.

On charity, Roseline is engaged in several charitable initiatives. She a member of a charity Orgnisation called “Cry for Help” based in Nigeria, and the founder of the “Save a Man” global organisation.

A proud winner of the:

  • 18th Annual African Film Award a.k.a Afro Hollywood Award 2014 (Rising Star Award);
  • Panache Global Recognition Award for Excellency. PGRAE Award 2014 for Outstanding Achievement in Movie Industry (Best Actress);
  • Goodwill Ambassador Award as Agent of positive change 2014 (Best Actress, Best film); and
  • 15th Annual Gathering of African Best Award (GAB Award) Award for Excellence, for contributing in promoting positive image of Africans around the world. (Best film 2013)

Roseline ascertains that, “Labo-life is a Journey” which portrays the African history which needs to be told as a movie. In her view, Together, Nollywood could be built globally.