- Renowned Ghanaian celebrity Nana Ama McBrown has recounted her journey to success and stardom in a recent interview
- According to the Kumawood actress, she had lost her path in life when one afternoon, she listened to late actor Kwame Owusu Ansah on radio describing how to act
- McBrown decided to take the opportunity, ended up starring in a first movie called That Day and from that day, her life changed forever
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Nana Ama McBrown has narrated her journey into acting and shown the exact movie scene that was the first video she starred in before rising to become a celebrity.
The renowned Kumawood actress made many breathtaking revelations about her getting into acting in an interview conducted on GhOne TV and sighted by YEN.com.gh.
According to McBrown, she never actually imagined getting into acting until one afternoon when she heard an actor called Kwame Owusu Ansah (late) speaking on radio and providing guidance to anyone interested in the career.
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See McBrown's 1st movie role after 7:00 in the video below:
Following the radio programme, Nana Ama MckBrown took the number of one of the offices the gentleman who spoke gave at the end of the show and started calling persistently to speak with him.
MckBrown recalls that she finally got in touch with the late Kwame Owusu Ansah, told him about her interest in acting and followed his guidelines to the letter.
Subsequently, the Kumawood actress who is now the mother of Baby Maxin was called upon during a movie shoot to act as a driver.
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The movie was titled That Day and from that day, the journey to stardom began for Nana Ama McBrown who hitherto had lost her path in life.
Meanwhile, Yaw Boampong Osei Akowuah, a graduate of Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) now runs his own Bunny Burgers enterprise.
In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Yaw indicates that he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Land Economy and decided to start a backyard rabbit at home in Kumasi after his National Service in 2018.
With some support, Yaw expanded his farm, got about 300 rabbits and decided to add value to the rabbit meat by turning it into burger in order to make some good returns instead of selling them alive.
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