Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Ghana’s movie industry has produced legends we all can be proud of.

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They exhibited creativity, dynamism, professionalism and other good qualities.

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Some have retired from the “game”, for several reasons. YEN brings you a list of Ghanaian movie stars who raised the bar to a whole new level.

1. Rama Brew

She could make you easily fall in love with the English Language!

Her fluency and vocabulary were easily noticeable.

Mostly known for her role in “Ultimate Paradise”, Ghanaians could simply not stop admiring her.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Rama Brew

2. Brew Riverson Jnr

Versatile, professional and always ready to deliver. He certainly help shape the industry.

He is currently a lecturer at the University Of Education, Winneba

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Brew Riverson Jnr

3. Grace Nortey

A movie with Grace Nortey in was certainly a must watch!

To have missed such a movie only to hear your friends discuss it was not an experience many wished for themselves.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Grace Nortey (Left)

4. Grace Omaboe

Her role as the hostess of the popular series, ‘By The Fire Side’ shot her to fame.

It helped her easily fit into the movie industry.

She usually played the role of a strict parent.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Grace Omaboe

5. The late George Williams

Sadly, he passed away last year, after a sterling acting career.

He set up a film school to help train budding movie stars.

In the popular sitcom, ‘Ultimate Paradise’, he played the role of ‘Mr. Addison’.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

The late George Williams

6. Edinam Atatsi

Her skills and versatility on set endeared her to the hearts of several movie lovers.

Ghanaians have definitely missed her.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Edinam Atatsi

7. Abeiku Nyame

He is better known as Jagger Pee.

He was one of the most popular actors in Ghana, until his career came to a halt as a result of a murder case.

He was initially imprisoned for life and was later reduced to two years.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Jagger Pee

8. Mikki Osei Berko

He was one of the lead characters in the popular television series, Taxi Driver.

He has been featured in numerous television commercials, all of which improved his profile as a talented screen personality.

He left for the United Kingdom in order to pursue a programme in radio presenting.

He is currently engaged in a number of media-related activities.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Mikki Osei Berko

9. Fred Amugi

He easily ascends to the status of a legend in Ghana’s movie industry.

He has acted in several movies, both local and foreign.

He was featured in the award-winning movie, Beasts Of No Nation.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Fred Amugi

10. Akorfa-Adjeni Asiedu

A versatile actress and a talented producer.

She has acted in numerous movies and has won several awards.

Ghanaian movie stars we enjoyed watching on television sets in the 90’s

Akorfa Edjeani Asiedu

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