She was born on March 22 in Lagos. Fisayo had her up-bringing in Lagos state. She is the last of four children of her parents. She is of Yoruba descent and hails from Ayedun in Ekiti state, in south western Nigeria.
Ajisola attended Federal Government College (FGC) Odogbolu, Ogun State.
In July 2010, she enrolled at Wale Adenuga’s PEFTI School for Acting in Lagos, Nigeria, where she studied Acting. She finally graduated in Biochemistry from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State.
Her Acting Career
Fisayo began her acting career in 2011, with feature roles in the Nigerian television series, Tinsel, Burning Spear and Circle of interest and the Story of Us.
She took a break from acting in September, 2011 when she gained admission into the University. Ajisola made a comeback and her first notable performance was at the Nnena and Friends Show where she presented a musical performance.
Ajisola is beautiful, creative and highly talented Nollywood actress known for good interpretation of movie roles. She is also gifted in taking any character assigned her and her disposition in acting is loved and cherished by her numerous fans across Nigeria.
In 2016, Ajisola launched her film-making career with the production of the feature film Road to Ruin, in collaboration with her foundation, the Jewel Empowerment Foundation (JEF). The platform was created to partner with the government to take action in the provision of jobs for underprivileged Nigerian youths and the mentoring of children.
Commenting on the movie at a later date, actor Raphael Niyi Stephen, who stars in the movie said: “The movie is a way of making people know what is happening to kids and also to lend our voices to what the government is doing about hawking, letting people know hawking isn’t the last option.”
Her Net Worth
Fisayo Ajisola has been a force to reckon with in the movie industry, rated one of the richest and most influential with a net worth of about $300,000 dollars.