Folake Olowofoyeku is a Nigerian-American actress who is best known for her role as Abishola Wheeler in the CBS sitcom Bob Hearts Abishola.
The show has been a critical and commercial success, and Olowofoyeku has been praised for her performance.
She is a talented and versatile actress, and her work on the show has earned her critical acclaim and a loyal fan following.
The question we asking in this article is whether Folake Olowofoyeku is married or not.
Is Folake Olowofoyeku of Bob Hearts Abishola fame married?
There is some conflicting information about whether or not Folake Olowofoyeku is married.
Some sources claim that she was married in the past, but that the relationship ended.
As at 2023, it is unclear whether or not Folake Olowofoyeku has re-married.
She has not publicly confirmed or denied her marital status.
Meanwhile, Folake Olowofoyeku’s on-screen husband Bob Wheeler real name Billy Gardell has been married for over two decades.
Bob is married to Patty Knight Gardell in real life.
Olowofoyeku’s past marriage and children
It is known that Olowofoyeku was married in the past, but there is no information available about her ex-husband or the circumstances of their divorce.
According to reports, she had two children with her ex-husband.
Olowofoyeku’s current relationship status
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Olowofoyeku has been seen with fellow actor Jonah Wharton on several occasions, and there have been rumors that they are dating.
In 2018, she was seen at the MTV Movie Awards with fellow actor Jonah Wharton.
Folake had even shared a photo of them together on her Instagram account with a heart emoji as the caption.
However, the photo has since been deleted, and neither Folake nor Jonah have confirmed or denied that they are married.
Folake Olowofoyeku comes from a large family.
Folake’s CBS official bio states she was born on Oct. 26, 1983, in Nigeria, to parents Chief Babatunji and Chief Felicia Olowofoyeku.
She is the youngest of 20 children, which includes 13 sons and four daughters. While her family encouraged her to enter the “family professions of law and politics,” she chose to study acting instead.