Six top Ghanaian actors who can make it in Hollywood

Six top Ghanaian actors who can make it in Hollywood

The Ghanaian film industry has been the recent talk of the town due to criticisms that their contents were inadequate on quality. Much has been said for and against that topic and all arguments could be valid.

However, what cannot be argued is that there are real acting talents in the industry who would excel before any camera. This is in spite of the challenges that rock the Ghana film industry. is making a bold call and listing six Ghanaian stars who could easily hold their own even in Hollywood.

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1. Chris Attoh

When it comes to the looks, Chris Attoh has got it. And more often than not, it is the first reason most producers would take a second look at you.

He is also an astute actor, having improved on his craft over the years. He now has acclaimed awards to show for it.

2. Lydia Forson

Forget that she is currently the most controversial actress in the country. Ghanaian society has for a long time found opinionated women problematic.

Lydia Forson is a African Movie Awards winner. And if that is not enough, she has starred in big continental productions to add to her confidence.

3. Adjetey Anang

Things We Do For Love now seems like a long time ago since Pusher wowed us with his confidence on screen.

Adjetey Annang is now a more accomplished actor, taking on dramatic roles. He already has the poise for comedy.

4. Nana Ama McBrown

Nana Ama McBrown is so comfortable in multiple and diverse roles that her underrating is probably one of the biggest problems in the Ghanaian industry.

From comedy to drama to suspense and thriller, McBrown has excelled in all. She even stands out in low quality flicks.

5. Majid Michel

Majid Michel is a better dramatic actor than any man on this list. It may seem like his an actor with one-way roles but when you can only do one thing but you are great at it, why change?

He has the awards to show for his captivating performances as well.

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6. Nadia Buari

Nadia Buari is the last on our list and she emerges from a generation of pretty face actresses who took over the industry in the early 2000s.

Buari is simply better than her colleagues because she has more talent to go with her looks.

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