- A lady who hails from Ghanaian roots has been starred in the Black Panther Sequel, Wakanda-Forever
- Michaela Ewuraba Boakye-Collinson was born and raised by her Ghanaian parents in London
- She has worked in Britain as an award-winning actress, screenwriter, director, producer and singer
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Michaela Ewuraba Boakye-Collinson, an award-winning actress with Ghanaian roots, has been starred in the new sequel of Black Panther called Wakanda Forever.
On her personal Instagram handle, Ewuraba whose parents are Ghanaian but grew up with her sister in London, shared the Wakanda-Forever trailer with a shot that captured a scene of her.
The Ghanaian-British woman has worked as an actress, screenwriter, director, producer and singer, BAFTA Award for Best Female Comedy Performance and British Academy Television Award for Best Actress, among others.
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Since the announcement at Marvel’s panel for Comic-Con in San Diego on July 23, the trailer finally hit the internet with many fans already set for the release on November 11.
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The over two-minute trailer also includes a heartfelt tribute to deceased Black Panther actor, Chadwick Boseman.
How fans of Ewuraba celebrated her achievement
Below were some comments shared by Ewuraba's followers who were excited to see the Wakanda-forever feature.
I DIED! When I saw this! As soon as you first cut your hair I wanted to see you in this movie!
I just saw the trailer on another page!!!!! My jaw dropped when I saw you! So excited! I recognize those cheekbones anywhere!!!!!
biggest fan … you make me go hard in the paint with the craft. Your a beast when it comes to anything you put your hand in …. Pray one day I get to meet you or work with you on a Project
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See the trailer below
Ghanaian-American actress who shot a series in Ghana
As YEN.com.gh previously reported, Tanya Sam, actress and filmmaker, came to Ghana to shoot a season of her popular docu-series dubbed, Making of a Mogul, which seeks to give exposure to Ghanaian entrepreneurs and startup businesses.
The American Ghanaian-born film star paid a courteous visit to the leadership of Ghana's Creative Arts and Tourism sector to discuss the docu-series and establish her support in building resilient turf for businesses in Ghana.
Sam seeks to highlight Ghanaian businesses and entrepreneurs to a larger global market through her channel, Ameyawdebrah.com reported.
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