Adesua Etomi was born in Imo State, Owerri to a soldier and civil engineer. The youngest of 3 children, she quickly learned to express herself through performance.
Her first encounter with acting was at the age of 7, when she joined the drama club at her primary school, Corona victoria Island.
She moved to the united Kingdom at the age of 13 and after a few years, decided to pursue acting as a career in 2004. While in the UK, she studied Physical theatre, Musical theatre and Performing Arts at the City College, Coventry, United Kingdom.
After completing these courses in 2006 with triple distinctions and being a part of numerous productions, she went on to study Drama and Performance at the University of Wolverhampton where she excelled greatly, graduating in 2009 with 1st class honors and 'The Foursight Theatre Award'.
Adesua Etomi moved back to Nigeria in 2012 and resumed her acting career in 2013. Although most of her training lies in theatre, she is best known for her roles in the movie 'Knocking on heavens door', the shortfilm 'Brave' and the groundbreaking tv series 'Gidi up'.
She has also been part of numerous theatre productions and musicals; Saro, Les Miserables, London Life Lagos Living, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi's wives, Shattered and Crystal slipper to mention a few.
Her hobbies include singing, dancing, playing the guitar, working out and swimming.