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Bikiya Graham Douglas

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Occupation  Actress
Name  Bikiya Graham-Douglas

Role  Actress
Movies  Flower Girl
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Full Name  Botoba Tamunolobikiya Graham-Douglas
Born  4 March 1983 (age 32) (1983-03-04) Port-Harcourt, Rivers State

Amvcas bikiya graham douglas wins best supporting actress

Bikiya Graham-Douglas is an Awards winning Nigerian actress, producer and businesswoman. She is the founder of Beeta Universal Arts Foundation (BUAF).


Sister esther from v monologue played by bikiya graham douglas


Her credits include; Flower Girl (Movie), Shuga (TV Series), Closer (Stage Play), Saro the Musical (Stage Play), For Coloured Girls (Stage Play), Suru L'ere (Movie), Lunch Time Heroes (Movie), Jenifa's Diaries (TV Series), Legacy Post Production (TV Series).

Bikiya worked at MTV Base Africa and the National Theatre, Iganmu, Lagos, Nigeria and as Artist Coordinator at Africa Unite Music Group.

Beeta Universal Arts Foundation is an organization focused on the arts and training. The organization created opportunities for over 500 individuals to exhibit their talent and improve their skills. BUAF is active in stage play productions and training. Some of BUAF's works include;

  • Calabar Festival: Iya Ile
  • NLNG Annual Literature Award Night: Drama Sketch “Legends”
  • Fela Broadway Musical Theatre Workshop: “Issues and Challenges of Theatre”
  • National Theatre: “An Actor’s Voice” Theatre Workshop
  • Presidential Summit on Water: Theatre Sketch “Water is Life”
  • In 2014, Bikiya was commissioned by UNESCO World Book Capital to produce a dance drama titled 'Obele and the Story teller' at the UNESCO Port-Harcourt World Book Capital 2014.


  • Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards (AMVCA 2014) Best Supporting Actress in Drama category for her role in the movie Flower Girl.
  • Nollywood Movies Awards (NMA 2014)
  • Nigeria Entertainment Awards (NEA 2014)
  • References

    Bikiya Graham-Douglas Wikipedia