Nkiruka 'Kiki' Omeili is a Nigerian Television and film actress, best known for her role as Lovette in the TV series Lekki Wives. She is also known for her role in her first feature film in 2012, Married but Living Single, where she played the role of the antagonistic Titi Haastrup alongside other Nigerian film actors Funke Akindele, Joseph Benjamin and Joke Silva.Omeili was born in Lagos, and is the second of four children of Charles and Maureen Omeili, she is of Igbo descent and hails from Nimo, in Anambra State. Her Father Charles was a banker with First Bank Nigeria and retired as a general manager, while her mother Maureen was the Controller of Prisons in Ibadan, Oyo State, Nigeria. Omeili began performing in stage plays all through her primary and secondary school years. This continued when she got into the university as she was a member of the drama club and acted in various productions as well as taking part in several drama competitions. In 2006, she obtained a Medical degree from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos
In 2011, Omeili auditioned for and got the role of Debbie in the TV series "Behind the Smile". In 2012, she teamed up with the director of "Behind the Smile", Tunde Olaoye, to star in her debut feature film "Married but living single" where she worked with Funke Akindele, Joseph Benjamin, Femi Brainard and Joke Silva. Omeili has had roles in a number of TV series including "The Valley Between", "NESREA Watch", "Lekki Wives" and "Gidi Culture".
Asides from her acting roles, in 2011 Omeili hosted the Dance reality TV show "Dance 234", a Koga entertainment production. Omeili also hosts the health segment on Smooth FM's Saturday morning radio show called "Balancing Life" and writes numerous articles in online blogs.
Kiki Omeili also "emcees" various events and has done voice-overs for projects including LG and the MTN world cup countdown programme in 2009.
In August 2013, it was announced that Lekki Wives would be renewed for a second season, and Omeili's contract was renewed to reprise her role as Lovette.
Early 2016, she starred in the Nigerian Box Office hit; Couple of Days, where her portrayal of the character Joke, got wonderful reviews from critics. In May 2016, Iterum a short film directed by Stanlee Ohikhuare and starring Kiki Omeili and Paul Utomi was premiered at the 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival.
On May 31, 2016, Omeili made her debut as a movie producer, with the release of the Short Film Unprotected. The film is based on true events, which she observed as a medical student in the university. The film features Kiki Omeili, as the lead character, and Eric Didie, Bimbo Ademoye, Blessing Ambrose and Nathan Kingsley in supporting roles.
In October 2012, Omeili received the award for the 'Best Actress (Supporting Role in an English language film)' at the 17th African Film Awards (formerly known as the Afro Hollywood Awards) in London.