Stella Damasus is a Nigerian-born entertainer based in the United States of America.
Stella Damasus is a Nigerian-born entertainer based in the United States of America. She is most notable for her work as an actress; she has been in the Entertainment Industry for over two decades and has since been considered one of Africa's most famous film actresses and celebrities.
Stella is a woman with many talents. A graduate of Theatre Arts from the University Of Lagos, she is also a Publisher, Author of Màmá, It's A Girl, Radio & TV Host, Acting and Vocal Coach, Event Host, Writer, Educator, Producer, and Entrepreneur.
She is the CEO of ADIVA Networks, a media company. Under ADIVA Networks, she launched her quarterly magazine, ADIVA Magazine.
Stella has been a strong voice for the education of women and consistently fights against underage marriages and injustice against women and young girls. She is the founder of Stella Damasus Arts Foundation and An Actor's Playhouse. Stella Damasus Arts Foundation is a non-profit that helps women and young girls by supporting their education, health, and basic human rights, using arts as its primary tool. And An Actors Playhouse is a platform where she trains and educates actors.
“Advocating for the rights of Women and young girls is a massive part of my purpose. So having the opportunity to be an Ambassador of an organization that does such amazing work for women and young girls worldwide is a delight and an honor.”