Nwakaego “Ego” Boyo

Ego Boyo

Managing Director, Temple Productions and Temple Media

Nwakaego “Ego” Boyo is a Nigerian Actor, Producer and Executive Producer.

She is founder and Managing Director of Temple Productions and Temple Media.
She has over 30 years experience and expertise producing and consulting on Film and premium media content in Nigeria. She made her professional debut in 1991 on the National Television Authority in the soap opera Checkmate and as a producer in 1996 with the critically acclaimed Film Violated.. Ego has produced several award winning Films.

Mrs Boyo has diverse creative interests and is the Chair of the Advisory board of the Lagos Fringe Theatre Festival, a multi disciplinary Festival which runs annually in Nigeria and encompasses the full spectrum of artistic diversities.

She is also Founder and Trustee of Tempio Media Advicacy Foundation, a non profit which was set up to support multiple charities through media advocacy. She is on the board of the Mirabel Centre Lagos, the first SARC in Nigeria.

Ego is a member of the board of Directors of Lagos Preparatory and Secondary school Ikoyi, a British curriculum school in ikoyi, Lagos. She is a member of the Nigerian Oscar Selection committee, an organization charged with selecting Nigerian Films to represent the country in the international Film Category at the Academy awards.
She is a member of IWS and served as it’s 60th President ( 2017). IWS is a charitable organization that supports women and children. She was on the advisory board of the Oando Foundation for a time.

Mrs Boyo continues to support many artistic endeavours and mentors film professionals and young women who are interested in career in Film and entertainment.

She is married to Omamofe Boyo the DGCE of Oando plc and has three children.

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