He was born on March 31 in Kaduna and he is the last born in a family of five children. Ajayi had his up-bringing in Kaduna before relocating to Lagos at a young age of nine years old. His father is a retired Civil Servant and mother a business woman. Seun is from Ijebu Ibefun, in Ogun state in south western Nigeria.
Seun had his primary and secondary education in Lagos where he obtained his first and secondary school certificates respectively.
He later went to the University of Lagos to have a Bachelor’s degree in Theatre Arts.
Seun Ajayi began his career in the entertainment industry dated back to his undergraduate days in the University as an actor, co-directing plays.
He emerged as second runner-up of the Amstel Malta Box Office (AMBO) Season 3.
Seun joined Nollywood in 2006 and starred in his first movie, Suru’Lere, a movie that shot him to fame and recognition in Nollywood. His brilliant performance in the movie paved the way for subsequent roles in numerous movies, some of which are:
• God Calling
• Ojukoro (Greed)
• Gidi Up
• Erased among others.
Seun has also starred in a number of television series like Hustle, Idiot, Blackout Crimson, For King and others.
Seun is a talented Nollywood actor, gifted in interpreting roles in movies. He can as well accept any character assigned him and he does this very well.
His Personal Life
Seun Ajayi got married to the love of his life, Damilola Olabiyi in 2017. The marriage is blessed with a son delivered on January, 2019.
Awards and Nominations
Seun is a recipient of several nominations. They include:
• Best actor in a supporting role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards.
• Best actor of the year at the City People Entertainment Awards.
• The Future Awards Africa Prize for Acting.
His Net Worth
Seun Ajayi is indeed one the Nollywood actors currently making waves in the movie industry, rated one of the richest and most influential with a net worth of about $300,000 dollars.