Adesuwa Addy Iyare

Adesuwa Addy Iyare



Adesuwa Addy Iyare is an emerging Nigerian-American actress, writer, and producer. She was born in Nigeria, and raised in the United States. Adesuwa is a graduate of Harvard University, where she majored in Social Anthropology.

Adesuwa started her acting career in college, when she was cast in a student film. She then went on to perform in various plays, including A Raisin in the Sun, and Fences. Adesuwa also took part in several theatre festivals, and was part of the National Black Theatre Festival.

Adesuwa has appeared in numerous television shows and movies, including "The Vampire Diaries," "The Originals," "The Good Wife," "Law and Order: SVU," "Graceland," and "The Night Of." She also has recurring roles in the Netflix series "Dear White People," and the Amazon Prime series "Hanna." Adesuwa has also starred in the films "The Birth of a Nation," "I Can I Will I Did," and "Chi-Raq."

Adesuwa is also a prolific writer and producer. She has written and produced a number of short films, including "The Wave," and "The Music Man." She also wrote and produced the feature film, "The Price of Silence," which was selected for the Toronto International Film Festival.

Adesuwa's work has received numerous awards and nominations, including the Black Reel Awards, the National Black Theatre Festival, and the Pan African Film Festival. She has also been nominated for the NAACP Image Award and the Hollywood Black Film Festival.

Adesuwa's passion for art and entertainment has led her to become one of the most promising young talents in the industry. She is dedicated to creating stories that reflect the African-American experience, and that bring to light the challenges faced by people of color in the United States.

Adesuwa's talent and ambition have taken her to the top of her field, and she continues to strive for excellence in her work. In the future, Adesuwa hopes to continue to write and produce powerful stories that inspire her audience.

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