Winstina Taylor is a multitasking, multi-talented, award-winning Sierra Leone raised; American trained actress, producer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and humanitarian. Winstina is the CEO of Prime International Production (PIP) register, operating both in America and Sierra Leone. Winstina was born July 5 and growing up she was always branded a leader and goal-getter. She attended Seaton Elementary in Washington DC where she was part of the drama club, sister to sister team helping girl’s become self-empower. At Shaw junior High school she receives many presidential honored awards and was accepted into Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington DC but went to Duval high school in Maryland where she was part of the multicultural drama club team, Step team, soccer, softball and went on to Prince George community College to earn her Registered Nurse degree and earned her master’s degree in Nursing Education at Walden University. Currently, Winstina is pursuing her doctor of nursing degree (DNP).
Some of her movies are now distributed across Africa through the IROKO TV, dstv Channel, UK nations, and many more outlets. Winstina’s drive is a force to be reckoned with, and she has proven that African movies can be done, and successfully so, in the USA, and helps crossover the racial and ethnic lines. She has been nominated for several awards in the movie industry as well as for her work as a humanitarian. The ambitious winstina is a busy on go woman who has her sights set on expanding her business and operations, having launched a successful production company Prime International Productions in an effort to help upcoming actors and entertainers to have a local production company to call home. For an educated and successful woman like people of her caliber, Winstina has managed to balance family, work, and play, with a serious dedication to helping the helpless, especially her Sierra Leone community via TinaMarie foundation, Immaculate Charities co-own by her mother Rosemarie Sesay is engaged in educating and feeding the poor in Sierra Leone and many other places. Winstina has taken a serious dedication to her Sierra Leone community in the US and back home. She has done educational tours to teach about health, communicable diseases, infectious diseases, and hygiene to the rural people of Sierra Leone. Winstina's greatest mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style “simply said Maya Angelou, while putting a smile on everyone that comes around her and see no one left behind in poverty or hunger.
- Daughters of Sierra Leone Award 2020
- Sierra Leone Hero’s Award 2019
- African Community Achievement Awards 2019
- LANFA-: BEST ACTRESS 2015, 2020
- SLEA awards: Best actress 2018
- Pan African international awards: most outstanding African person of the year 2017
- Diaspora Entertainment Awards (D.E.A): Best Producer 2016
- SLAAM: 2014 BEST ACTRESS, 2019 best supporting actress
- The spring of joy “the Gem of Africa” award 2014.
- Diaspora nominee best actress NFCA 2014
- GIAMA Diaspora nominee for best actress (2013)
- Vigor Awards International 2017- Achievement award
- LANFA 2017- Best supporting actress for the movie “Bigamy”
- Next Generation Entertainment Awards (NGEA) 2017
- Best actress “The Company”
- Best movie producer “The Company”
- Best movie “The Company”
- Best NGO Immaculate Charity Foundation
- AWOL America 2017
- Best movie producer “The Company”
Quench, The Good Wife, Botie, Side Chick Chronicles, Game on, The Company, Boxing Day, Red bottom, Red Rose, Deceptions, Deep Within, silent retreat , A place in my heart, High Fashion, 48 hours, read my Lips, ancients words, Sweet Revenge.
She has been future in other movies such as: Jason, All things unholy, Burning Love, “Not a mirage”, Ekei, All Things, Bride’s War x3, pains of life, Portrait, Burning Love and couple of TV series such as; all my Father’s Children and American Mama and family,. Winstina performed in a stage play title “Cry of the country Virgin” in August 2014.