Abiola plays an age range of eighteen to twenty-five, is originally from New York, and has been pursuing acting for three years. She received her B.F.A. from Sarah Lawrence College and continued with classes in New York. Her film credits include many independent films in addition to work on Central Park West, Crossings, and The Nanny. Television appearances include video jockey work here and in Japan on shows such as USA Live, and MTV Jams. Her theatre credits include Giovanni's Room and The Panthers, a one-woman play performed at the International African Arts Festival. She feels that her most important work to date has been creating a performance group with two other actresses called Goddess City.
When I was in high school I was a rapper. I always wanted to be on stage, in the productions going on at school, but my self-esteem wasn't high enough to make me audition. I would prepare a piece and then not show up. When I got to college, I felt more comfortable with being myself, so I started performing my own poetry. I felt the rush of being on stage and realized the words on the page were nothing until I