Ade Laoye is a trained actor and versatile performer. She studied Theatre Arts at The Pennsylvania State University, USA and has credits spanning across theatre, TV, and film. She has performed with prestigious theatres such as The Walnut Street Theatre and The Arden Theatre Companies in Philadelphia, and off-Broadway company TheatreWorksUSA in New York City. She is also a teaching artist, passionate about using the arts as a tool to educate. Notable credits include roles in: A Naija Christmas (Netflix), Castle & Castle (Netflix/EbonyLife Studios), Hush (Africa Magic – AMVCA Nomination), Ayinla (Mainframe Films/Greoh Studios), Finding Hubby (House Gabriel Studios), Knockout Blessing (Singularity Media), Yelo Pèppè (Sparrow Studios), The Tribunal (Golden Effects Pictures), Saro the Musical (BAP Productions), For Colored Girls (Flytime Productions).
Diana Yekinni is a British Nigerian Actor/Writer raised in Peckham. She trained at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles & The Brit School in London. Diana joined the Nigerian entertainment industry known as Nollywood in 2012, where she featured in many TV, Film and Theatre projects such as Jenifa’s Diary, Lunchtime Heroes, Ijé: The Journey, Wakapass and For Coloured Girls to name a few. After many years in Nollywood, Diana moved back to London to continue her career. She has since been in projects such as The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives (Arcola Theatre), The Crucible UK Tour, Three Sisters (National Theatre) and recently a six-part series for Channel 4 and a film for the BBC. Diana is incredibly passionate about telling stories which has led her all over the world. She hopes to continue sharing her gift and love with everyone she meets on her journey.