Maryam Ab Yola is a beauty pageant actress gaining ground and making waves in the movie industry. Maryam Abdullahi Bala, popularly known as Maryam Ab Yola, is one of the vibrant upcoming actresses in the Hausa movie industry.
She is well known for her professional appearance in the movies she featured in. Her breathtaking beauty won her thousands of followers in the entertainment industry.
Asides from that, her eagerness to build something tangible in the industry has won her a space in the competitive entertainment field.
Maryam Ab Yola was born on 24th December 1995 in Adamawa State Yola. But she spent most of her time in Abuja. She grew up with her parents in Abuja, where she attended primary and secondary education.
Based on a passion for acting, she was lucky to meet a veteran actor, Adam A Zango, who was interested in her and decided to take her up.
It was a dream come true when her parents approved her to join Kannywood after completing her secondary education.
She entered the Hausa movie industry in 2012 with the help of the veteran actor Adam A Zango and starred in two higher-budget films, Alkawari and Nass.
Her appearance in these two movies earned her great recognition due to her teenage beauty. Over her stay and activeness in the entertainment industry, Maryam Ab Yola has starred in over 55 films in the Kannywood industry.
Some intriguing movies she featured are Hafeez, Alkawari, \’Yar Takara, Nass, and many others. Maryam Ab Yola has earned some nominations successfully and has won several awards.
In 2018, she was nominated for the City People Movie Award for Kannywood Most Promising Actress of the Year, alongside other promising actresses.
Maryam Ab Yola also won the City People Movie Award for Kannywood Best New Actress of the Year in 2019.
Maryam Ab Yola tied the knot with the famous Kannywood movie director and producer Adam A. Zango in 2013 in Abuja.
Unfortunately, things do not go as they should due to personal issues leading to the separation of the two parties. After the breakup, actress Maryam Ab Yola decided to keep a low profile for some months.
In early 2018, the young damsel actress resurfaced in the Hausa movies industry, but instead, she started featuring in Hausa video songs.
She was able to make a name for herself in the Hausa music industry, and she had featured in some albums.