The teen phenomenon has blossomed into a Hollywood star. He made his film debut in Netflix's Beasts of No Country, where he played a child soldier.
He has earned numerous accolades on a global scale.
2) Maame Esi
Maame Esi Awotwe, a Ghanaian child star who won the 2011 TV3 talented Kids, a children's reality show, has seen her dreams come true.
Maame Esi has released her first single track "dreams," a song written by missing musician Castro and recorded by Kaywa and Shar, nearly four years after winning the show.
DJ Alordia, CEO of Alordia Promotion, is the director of the film, which was shot in the United Kingdom.
In 2015, she released the song "dreams," which was composed by Castro and recorded by Kaywa and Shar. The video for the song was made in the United Kingdom.
3) Enoch Darko
Enoch Darko is a talented Ghanaian-Nigerian actor, model, and comedian on the rise. He rose to prominence after finishing second in the second season of TV3's talented Kids, which was held in Ghana in 2011. Enock Darko is his real name, but he is better known in Africa as Bombshell, thanks to his role in the film "What A Bombshell."
Bombshell, also known as "Mr. Tutu," is the creator of the "Team Fooling Country" comic crew, which is well-known in Ghana and other African countries.
4) Rahim Banda
Rahim Banda is a well-known Ghanaian actor and free SHS Ambassador who shot to fame after starring in the film "Millions."
Rahim Banda, an award-winning actor, is very attractive, gifted, skilled, imaginative, and versatile in acting and role interpretation.
He knows how to interpret his role very well and can fit in any character assigned to him by movie directors and producers.
The young actor is the recipient of several awards.
Cosmos Boakoh, better known by his stage name Tutulapato, is a Ghanaian rapper and the Season 5 winner of Talented Kids. Tutulapato was able to pass the crowd with his brilliant lyrics during his reign in the talented kids. Tutulapato graduated from Junior High School in the year 2020.
He's a fantastic rapper. In 2013, he won TV3's Talented Kids competition.
Mohammed Awal, also known as Awal, shot to fame during Season 1 of TV3's Talented Kids. His performances were flawless during the broadcast. His ability to mimic the rap style of Ghana's fastest rapper, Sarkodie, was incredible and demonstrated true talent. He is a Nima native.
Emmanuel Darko is a rapper and actor who goes by the stage name "Cartoon." He's also a former contestant on TV3's Talented Kids. He rose to prominence after appearing on talented kids, a children's reality show. He starred alongside Kojo Nkansah Lil win in the Kumawood film "Fakye" and has appeared in a few other films.
8) Maame Serwaa
Maame Serwaa is Clara Amoateng Benson's stage name. Maame Serwaa, as she is more commonly known, was discovered on the set of a Kumawood film with her mother. Maame Serwaa claims that the child who was supposed to play the child movie role was unavailable, so she decided to step in.
She did such a good job in the role that she was offered more, and she went on to become a well-known child actress.
9) Yaw Dabo
Samuel Yaw Dabo, better known by his stage name Dabo, is a young Ghanaian actor. He began acting at a young age after Kwaku Manu introduced him to the film industry. In his time in the industry, he has managed to get more than 50 local films into theaters.
He is a famous face in Kumawood and a young comedian.
10) Yaa Jackson
Yaa Jackson is a Ghanaian actress, singer, rapper, and model who goes by the name Maame Yaa Konadu Jackson Bentum in private life.
Maame Yaa Jackson is a Ghanaian actress who was born to Kumawood movie director Mr. Jackson K Bentum and Mrs Lydia Konadu Bentum in Kumasi.
She is the only daughter and second child of her parents' three (3) children.
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