Current Role:  Actress and Comedian
Location: Los Angeles. USA
Area of expertise: Acting | Writing | Standup Comedy | Entertainment
Interested in: Influencing & Mentorship
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Yvonne Orji

Yvonne Orji, a Nigerian-American actress and comedian, has established herself as a prominent figure in the entertainment industry over the past decade. Her academic achievements include both a bachelor’s and master’s degree from George Washington University, showcasing her prowess in academia alongside her creative pursuits.

In 2011, Orji ventured into comedy, marking the beginning of her immersive journey in entertainment. Despite lacking professional representation or substantial acting experience, her exceptional talent propelled her into the role of Molly in the acclaimed series “Insecure” in 2015. This portrayal earned her widespread recognition, including a Primetime Emmy Award nomination and three NAACP Image Award nominations, solidifying her status as a rising star.

Beyond acting, Orji has showcased her comedic skills through stand-up performances. Her HBO special, “Momma, I Made It!”, garnered global acclaim. She is also sought after as a speaker, delivering keynotes at prestigious events like the Forbes Under 30 Summit, and her TEDx talk, “The Wait Is Sexy,” has amassed over a million views. Venturing into film, she has enriched her portfolio with roles in movies such as “Night School” (2018) and “Vacation Friends” (2021).

In addition to her creative endeavors, Orji is actively involved in philanthropy, dedicating her time and voice to causes including literacy, youth mentoring, and HIV/AIDS awareness.

Orji’s diverse talents, combined with her innate comedic timing and compelling performances, continue to leave a lasting impact on the entertainment landscape. Her ability to embody characters and resonate with audiences across comedic and dramatic genres positions her as a trailblazer in the field.