Best known for playing the role of Aneisha Jones in the CBBC television series M.I. High. She has also been a presenter on The Saturday Show.
Her first role was as a swimmer for a Kellogg's Frosties commercial when she was nine years old. She started acting to attempt to overcome a childhood stutter, and would later enroll at the Glasgow Acting Academy.
She traveled to Kenya to teach life-saving first aid skills. She is a hockey player and began attending Glasgow University in 2015 to study Neuroscience.
Her family is originally from Nigeria. She has a younger sister named Seyi and her mother's name is Tola.
She and Sam Strike were both cast on the show M.I. High.