Ghana's vibrant film industry can boast of two unique categories, Ghallywood and Kumawood. Ghallywood is more into the utilization of English in their contents but Kumawood are into local Akan dialect (Twi) and referred to as Akan film industry, the heart of the Kumawood film industry is the Garden City of Kumasi. In today's article, we will take a look at five beautiful Ghanaian actresses who are vibrant in the movie industry.
Nana Ama McBrown is a Ghanaian actress and a TV presenter or personality. McBrown has tons of followers in Ghana and beyond. She is most admired by her followers for her unique personality. The actress is happily married and blessed with a child. McBrown may be a multi award winner and has earned many ambassadorial roles for herself and her little child, Baby Maxin.
Vivian Jill is a renowned Ghanaian actress with much experience in Ghana's film industry. The sensational Kumawood actress is most admired by followers for her beauty. Vivian Jill Lawrence is also vibrant in the movie industry.
3) Emelia Brobbey
Emelia Brobbey is loved by most movie lovers in Ghana. She is a very successful actress and television presenter. Her unique experience within the Ghanaian film industry has contributed largely to her success. Emilia Brobbey is one among the colorful Kumawood actresses in Ghana.
4) Mercy Aseidu
Mercy Asiedu is one among Ghana's celebrated actresses, she is married to a King. Together of the oldest within the industry, her contribution to the success of the Kumawood film industry is gigantic. She is usually remembered for her role in the popular local movie "Asoreba" as Asaabea. Mercy Asiedu remains one among the successful actresses in the Kumawood film industry.
5) Christiana Awuni
Christiana Awuni is one among Ghana's favorite actresses. Most of her admirers are keen on her huge "backside". She remains one among the influential and vibrant Kumawood actresses in the country right now.
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