July 13, 2024


Helen Paul is a comedian, singer, and actress from Nigeria. She is also a stand-up comedian, known as Tatafo, characterized by a voice range that makes her sound like a child. Date of Birth:

She recently graduated with a doctorate in Theater Arts from the University of Lagos.

Paul has worked and served as a freelance and full-time presenter at several media houses in Nigeria. These include Lagos Television (LTV 8), Continental Broadcasting Service (CBS), and MNet (where she currently co-presents JARA on Africa Magic).

Paul broke out as a naughty comic character on the radio program Wetin Dey on Radio Continental 102.3FM, Lagos. She is known on the program as “Tatafo”, a witty kid who addresses and lampoons societal issues in a satirical manner. She also presented programs on TV Continental and Naija FM 102.7.

Music Career

In July 2012 Paul released her debut album Welcome Party, which contains Afro-Pop songs such as “Boju Boju”, “Vernacular”, “Gbedu”, “God Forbid”, an Afro RnB song titled “Children of the World”, and “Use Calculator”, an enlightenment song about the menace of the HIV-AIDs epidemic.

She subsequently released some singles, including “Take It Back”. In 2018, she released the audio and visuals of her single titled “Never Knew”, an inspiring song about her developmental years and career progress thus far.


Paul opened a bridal and fabric boutique in Lagos in 2012, called Massive Fabrics and Bridals. She has since proceeded to open three other outlets of the boutique in different parts of Lagos.
In 2014, she opened a film and theater academy, the Helen Paul Theater and Film Academy. It consists of a dance studio, a makeup studio, a recording studio, a rehearsal studio, a photo studio, a mainly digital library, an editing studio, and a hostel for students.


2012 African Film Awards (Afro-Hollywood, UK) – Comedienne of the Year
2012 Exquisite Lady of the Year Award (Exquisite Magazine) – Female TV Presenter of the Year
2014 Exquisite Lady of the Year Award (Nominated) – TV Presenter of the Year (Jara, Africa Magic)
2014 Nigerian Broadcasters Merit Awards (NBMA) – Outstanding TV presenter (Female) (Entertainment/Talk Show)
2011 City People Entertainment Magazine Award – Female Comedian of the Year


2011 – The Return of Jenifa – role of Tunrayo
2012 – A Wish – lead role, a woman who battles cancer
2011 – Damage – cameo role
2012 – The Place: Chronicle of the Book
2014 – Alakada2 – supporting role
2014 – Akii The Blind – supporting role
2012 – Osas (Omoge Benin) – comic act
2012 – Igboya
Mama Put – lead role

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