Billie-Suliat Baker

Billie-Suliat Baker

Billie Suliat Baker was born to Nigerian parents Adisa Mukyle Bashua and Yetunde Margaret Solanke in Lagos Nigeria. At age 13, she moved to the United Kingdom. After attending Barking and Dagenham College where she acquired a BTech in Performing Arts, She went on to graduate from Central School of Speech and Drama in 1998 with a B.A Honors degree i... Show more »
Billie Suliat Baker was born to Nigerian parents Adisa Mukyle Bashua and Yetunde Margaret Solanke in Lagos Nigeria. At age 13, she moved to the United Kingdom. After attending Barking and Dagenham College where she acquired a BTech in Performing Arts, She went on to graduate from Central School of Speech and Drama in 1998 with a B.A Honors degree in Acting. Some of her credits include UK hospital drama Hoby City, BFTA and IFTA award nominated TV series Murphy's Law, and The Royal National Theatre's production of 'A Street Car Named Desire' starring Glenn Close and directed by Sir Trevor Nunn. Billie is also an active Committee member of the annual Women's International Film and Arts Festival 'WIFF'. Show less «