Celebrities in Ghana have developed their personalities to the point that they are well-known, have won the hearts of fans and admirers all over the world, and are regarded as role models.
They are our favorite actors, musicians, or politicians, but many people are unaware that many of the icons we look up to as role models are not full Ghanaians, as some have dual citizenship.
With their skin tone, names, and facial expressions, you may also suspect some of them in our film industry.
Today, I'm going to show you some of these celebrities that aren't entirely Ghanaian.
Majid Michel is a handsome actor who was born and raised in Ghana to Ghanaian-Lebanese parents.
Curvy and lovely. Juliet Ibrahim is of Ghanaian, Liberian, and Lebanese descent, as demonstrated by her appearance.
Irene Logan is a Liberian actress who has remained in Ghana to pursue her dreams.
Frank Artus, a handsome actor, was born in Liberia, lived in Ghana for a while, and then broke into the film industry.
Yvonne Okoro was born in Ghana to Ghanaian and Nigerian parents, as evidenced by her surname "Okoro."
Wanlov Da Kuborlor
Wanlov Da Kubolor, a controversial film director, was born in Ghana to a Ghanaian father and a Romanian mother.
Deborah is a lovely lady. Wanlov has a blood sister, Vanessa, who was born to Ghanaian-Romanian parents.
Van Vicker is a Liberian who currently resides in Ghana. While many people believe he is entirely Ghanaian, he was born in Liberia.
Nikki Samonas is a Greek actress who was born to a Ghanaian mother and a Greek father.
Jasmine Baroudi is a stunning actress who was born to a Ghanaian mother and a foreign father.
Kevin Prince Boateng is a Ghanaian-German who was born in Berlin, Germany, to a Ghanaian father and a German mother. He also has a half-brother, Jerome Boateng.
Eddie Watson was born in Liberia but has lived in Ghana for the majority of his life.
Omar Sheriff-Captan, an actress, is of Ghanaian and Lebanese descent.
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