Ireti Doyle is a Nigerian award winning actress in a career that has spanned two decades in the Nigerian entertainment industry, An accomplished writer, actor, producer and presenter.
We have watched her create memorable character on TV in hit shows like Fuji House Of Commotion, Dowry, Gidi Up and Tinsel. Her representation of characters are epic and she always leaves a mark. You can confirm this from her role in the record breaking Wedding Party Movie and Fifty.
Iretiola Doyle is an avid social commentator who at different times penned the popular columns; Shooting Breeze in City People, and In The Chat Room in the Gliteratti pull-out of this This Day Newspaper and Tiola’s Take in the Saturday Vanguard. She has been nominated once in the Best Actress category at the Reel Awards in 1998 for her role in the movie All About Ere and twice in the Best Actress in a Supporting Role category at the AMAA Awards in 2007 and 2009 for her roles in Sitanda and Across The Niger respectively and was declared Best Actress in a lead role at the GIAMA Awards in Houston Texas in 2013, and Best Actress in a lead role at the 2014 Nollywood Movie Awards for her portrayal of Ovo, in the psychological thriller Torn. This performance also earned her an African Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards Nomination for Best Supporting Actress in 2015. Most recently she has been nominated at the 2016 Africa Movie Academy Awards in the Best Actress In A Leading Role category for her portrayal of Dr. Elizabeth in Ebony Life Films’ blockbuster 2015 hit; FIFTY.
She represents everything we live for, Femininity, Drive and an extraordinary ability to break boundaries and shatter glass ceilings.