Sumsum Shares his Sad Life Story and how Kumawood Saved him
By DailyNews360 | self meida writer
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Sumsum as popularly known in the movie industry has shared a life story about himself and how movie making saved him for his situation. The Actor in an interview disclosed that, He is from a poor family and things were not easy for him. He explained that, there were times he goes to bed with empty stomach. The Actor explained that, it got to a time in life he had to assist blind people to go beg on the street.
Sumsum said this made him enter into shoe making were he goes round from house to house to repair shoes. He said in all these he had passion for acting. He got into the kumawood industry around 2006 and met the likes of Agya Koo, Akrobeto, Mercy Asiedu, Nana Ama Mc brown. Sumsum is grateful to the movie industry for enlightening his brand and talent. He said he's been able to make some money and gain fame by joining the movie industry.
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