Lillian has both Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees in English from the University of Lagos and is also an alumnus of the University of California Los Angeles School of Theater, Film and Television.
After the National Youth Service in Shell Petroleum Development Company, Lillian sought knowledge and satisfaction flitting from ADC airlines PLC to DHL, FedEx to the banking sector finally ending up in Fidelity Bank PLC in 2000. In 2005, Lillian gave in to the creative muse and resigned as Head Private Banking to venture fully into film and television.
Lillian has worked on hit productions such as “Out Of Bounds”, “Hit and Run”, “The Triangle”, “Cyberia”, “Four Fathers”, “Runs”, “The Maze”, “The Valley Between”, “The Head of State”, MNET’s “Doctors Quarters”, BBC’s “Wetin Dey”, MNET’s “Tinsel”, “Inheritance”, “Rough Edges”, “Bridges”, Afrinolly’s “Deep Ends”, “Husbands and Wives” and MNET’s “Hush”.
As a Producer she has to her credit feature films such as “The Triangle”, “She Devil”, “Sweet Revenge”, “Jungle Ride” and “After the I’Dos.” Lillian also produced from inception in 2010 the Zmirage Multimedia Ltd.’s four Country International Cultural Exchange tour “Preemptive Seven”, which metamorphosed into the “Open Door Series Project WS”. This International Cultural Exchange Project in honor of Professor Wole Soyinka had its sixth season in July 2016. Lillian is also producer of “The Ogun State Culture and Tourism documentary”, the docudrama “Runs” and “The Health Zone” which premiered on Channels Television in April 2015. “The Health Zone” is an informative and educative television show created by Health Core Ltd.
A well rounded thespian, Lillian’s stage credits include “A queen for Domingos” produced by Aboyowa Ikomi and directed by William Ekpo, “Imaguero” produced by Francis Agu and directed by William Ekpo as well as “Joseph and the amazing technicolor dream coat” produced by Ike Eseka and directed by William Ekpo.
A writer, Lillian’s first novel “Echoes of a Heartbeat” was shortlisted for the ANA 2011 prize in women writing. Her second novel “Dreams of Yesterday” was released by Kraftsgroits in April 2015.
Lillian has several nominations and awards to her credit including – 2016 City People Special Recognition Award, 2015 Hollywood Weekly Film Festival Special Recognition Award, 2014 FEGOCOWOSA Distinguished Personality in the Arts Award , Afro Hollywood’s Best Cross Over Actress 2011, The Reel awards – Best New actress-1998 and Thema awards – Best upcoming actress – 1998.
Lillian is a member of The Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) as well as a past (2 term) Vice President of the Association of Movie Producers of Nigeria (AMP). A KUTH ambassador and a firm believer in the saying “this too shall pass”, Lillian’s motto is “Life is short so live it to the fullest.”
Ekpenyong Bassey-Inyang also Known as Kepy Ekpenyong is a graduate, earning a B.A. (Hons) Linguistics from the University of Calabar and a Masters degree in International Law and Diplomacy from the University of Lagos.as a Pioneer participant in Nigeria’s self grown movie industry, Kepy has Carved a niche for himself, distinguishing himself as an Actor and Producer earning awards and laurels in his chosen career which spans over 25years. His advent in this voyage has endeared him to his teeming fans for his sterling performances on Television, Stage and Film. In his career progression, Kepy has served as TV Presenter, Talk Show Host, Judge, Mentor and content developer.
Presently Kepy functions as Media Consultant to several NGOs’ specialising as facilitator in Infotainment.He belongs to several social clubs and serves on board several NGOs as a member of their board of trustees. Kepy enjoys working out, reading and writing in his spare time. He is happily married to his wife Nyong Effiom and their union is blessed with two children.