Ghanaian actress and tv personality Jackie Appiah was born on the 5th of December, 1983 to Mr. Kwabena Appiah and Mrs. Janet Owusu. She was born in Canada, Toronto.She lived her early life there and later came to Ghana where her acting career begun. She has starred in a lot of movies and she has received awards to her credit. The very first movie she starred in was "Things we do for love" and from there she starred in movies like "Princess Tyra" , "4 play and 4 play reloaded" ,"The King is mine", "The Prince's Bride"and a lot more. She won an award at the Ghana movie academy awards as a supporting character in 2007 and also in 2010 as best leading role character in 2010. She has a son called Damien Agyemang. She is beautiful, elegant, gracious and respected by everyone.
Here are beautiful photos of Jackie Appiah which will send chills down your spine and these pictures shows how decent, beautiful and elegant she is. It also potrays her good sense and taste for Fashion. Look at the beautiful and breath taking pictures below;
Jackie looking splendid.🥰.
An inspiration from the Queen.♥️
Jackie looking amazing in her outfit.
The Goddess looking awesome in black.
Slaying in red.
These pictures are indeed lovely and breathtaking.
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