Nadia Buari popularly known on the Ghanaian movie screens as Beyonće is a Dagomba woman born in Sekondi-Takoradi to a Lebanese man and a Ghanaian woman on the the 21st day of November, 1982. She was enrolled in Mfantsiman Girls’ secondary school and then in the University of Ghana where she studied performing arts and Graduated with a BFA degree.
(Below is a picture of her during her times at Mfantsiman)References to sweet_ maame_adwoa on Instagram.
Her first time on set was in a tv series entitled Games People Play in 2005. Her breakthrough in the movie industry was when she starred in a nollywood movie called Beyonće and Rhianna where she played the role as Beyonće. This movie was very popular both in Ghana and Nigeria. This was in 2008. Some of her notable movies include Beauty and the beast, rough rider and Single and Married.
The actress is a very beautiful woman and has ever since her introduction on tv caught the eyes of many with her enchanting beauty. Below is a picture of hers with no make-up.Nadia Buari revealed some time ago that the tattoo at the back of her right shoulder was brought to live when she was in High school. She added that it made her mother very angry to the extent that she almost asked her out of the house.Below is some of her recent pictures. These pictures shows how beautiful the woman is even in her aging years(just teasing).
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