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Elizabeth Omilami (Elizabeth LaCenia Williams) was born on 18 February, 1951 in Atlanta, GA, is an American human rights activists. At 70 years old, Elizabeth Omilami height is 5 ft 9 in (177.0 cm).

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Popular As Elizabeth LaCenia Williams
Occupation actress
Elizabeth Omilami Age 71 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 18 February 1951
Birthday 18 February
Birthplace Atlanta, GA
Nationality GA

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Who Is Elizabeth Omilami's Husband?

Her husband is Afemo Omilami (m. 1985)

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Husband Afemo Omilami (m. 1985)
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Children Awodele Omilami, Juanita Omilami

Elizabeth Omilami Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Elizabeth Omilami worth at the age of 71 years old? Elizabeth Omilami’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from GA. We have estimated Elizabeth Omilami's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Source of Income Actress

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Just completed supporting roles in Glory Road (2006) and is working in Atlanta Georgia building her charity, "Hosea Feed The Hungry". [June 2005]


Living in Atlanta, Georgia, just completed filming Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius (2004), begins rehearsals for "A Christmas Carol" on November 7th. [September 2003]


She has written several plays, one of which "There Is A River In My Soul" will be touring in February 2002. She is a past member of both the Georgia Council For The Arts and the Fulton County Arts Council and is a passionate advocate for the arts to be instituted as permanent part of our society.

She is an accomplished actress and can be seen this Christmas at the Alliance Theatre in "A Christmas Carol" and in early 2002 in "Left Hand Singing" at the Jewish Theatre of The South.


Her parents, both gone home to be with the Lord in 2000, formed in her from a very early age that we all are accountable for each other and for the environment that exists on the planet and responsible to do all that we can to fight for justice for everyone.

While working as an actress and playwright, Omilami had also worked for over 15 years in the background of her father's "Hosea Feed The Hungry and Homeless" efforts and, upon his passing in November of 2000, became the organization's CEO, expanding the organization to provide an additional 40,000 dinners yearly with the addition of events on M. L. K. Jr. 's Birthday and Easter Sunday. She is now planning for the upcoming Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners while adding to her busy speaking and touring schedule several international relief efforts in the Philippines and Uganda. She is a graduate of Hampton University in Theatre and founder of one of Atlanta's earliest theatre companies, People's Survival Theater, as well as the "Summer Artscamp", providing arts programming for economically challenged youth for over 7 years.


Elisabeth Williams-Omilami has been "on the battlefield for her Lord", for over 30 years. Beginning as a very young girl, she accompanied her father, noted civil rights leader, Dr. Hosea Williams on marches and in movements across the south. Her "jailed for Freedom" record includes, being the first Black woman in 75 years to spend the night in the Forsyth County jail during that infamous march in January of 1981. As an actress, she was able to combine her art with life as she toured in the play that her mother, State Representative Juanita T. Williams, co-wrote titled "The Life Of A King".