Ellen Kyei Whyte is a legend in the Ghanaian Kumawood industry. She has featured in so many movies. Today is being 30th September is the birthday of actress Ellen Whyte. This year's birthday celebration is happening in Paris, France.
Ellen said, she is celebrating her birthday with her fans in Paris as last year's was celebrated here in Ghana.
Ellen came into the limelight through the film director Jackson K Bentum who saw something in her and told her he wanted to use her in acting. She really didn't know what that 'something' was. So she was casted as Santo's girlfriend in the film Okukuseku. Following her role in the Okukuseku movie, Ellen Whyte moved to spend Five years in Germany and four years in England to search for greener pastures. She decided to return to her homeland after she was beaten by snow while working in a grocery shop in London after her usual bus failed to arrive after 2 hours.
Her return to Ghana was welcomed by the same film director, Jackson K Bentum into the movie industry and since then she had had no turning back.
Ellen Whyte has acted numerous movies with so many actors like Nana Ama McBrown, Lil win, Emelia Brobbey, Bill Asamoah just to mention a few.
Happy birthday Ellen Whyte and stay safe in Paris. God bless you and Grant your long life and prosperity with good health.
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