Seyi Law, born Oluwaseyitan Lawrence on June 22, 1983, in Ilaje, Ondo State, Nigeria, is a well-known comedian and actor from Nigeria. He's famous for his infectious humor and versatility in entertainment.
Seyi Law spent his childhood in Ilaje, Ondo State, where he attended primary school in Okitipupa. He later moved on to Ekiti State Government College for his high school education. Completing his high school years at Methodist Boys High School on Victoria Island, Lagos State, Seyi Law then pursued a degree in computer studies at Lagos State Polytechnic. During this time, he also dedicated himself to refining his comedic skills.
Seyi Law's comedic journey began during his time at Lagos State Polytechnic, where he initially stepped into the spotlight as a master of ceremonies at various social gatherings and events. However, it was in 2006 that he experienced a significant breakthrough, winning the prestigious AY Open Mic Comedy Challenge. This victory propelled him into the limelight and served as a launching pad for his career in comedy.
Under the guidance and mentorship of AY Comedian, Seyi Law honed and refined his comedic style, paving the way for him to become a prominent figure in the comedy scene. He subsequently ventured into hosting numerous comedy shows, both locally and internationally, captivating audiences with his wit and humor.
Not content with just performing, Seyi Law also took on the role of entrepreneur by founding "I Must Laugh," a platform through which he continues to showcase his comedic talent and provide opportunities for emerging comedians.
In addition to his success in stand-up comedy, Seyi Law has made a notable foray into the world of acting, appearing in several films including "The Prophet Nebu," "My Wife and I," and "Your Excellency." This multifaceted approach to entertainment has further solidified his position as a versatile and accomplished performer in the Nigerian entertainment industry.