The Kumawood film industry is one of Africa's largest, and it is known for producing lucrative and outstanding films. We hear names like Bob Santo, Agya Koo, and Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin when the word Kumawood is uttered. The Kumawood film industry has given birth to a bevy of notable movie stars.
The history of the Ghanaian movie industry can not be complete without the inclusion of the late Bob Santo, and Judas who is now living in the United States of America. The duo helped Developed love and interest for the Locally made movies which was done in the "Akan" language.
Road accident a disaster which has end many people in their grave, in Ghana the rate at which people die though Rod accident is very disturbing and mind blowing. In this article we going to take a look at some Ghanaian Top Celebrities who died through Road accidents.
CASTRO Theophilus Tagoe mostly known as Castro was a Ghanaian hiplife recording artist and musician.The whole nation was hurled into a state of confusion, uncertainty and tears when the news of Castro’s disappearance on the Ada Estuary hit the public on 6th July 2014.What made the death of Castro more devastating was that, he was just at the peak of his career and enjoying all the success that his years of hardworking had culminated into.
Ellen Kyei White is a pioneer in the Local movie industry termed as Kumawood, Incase you are wondering why the title pioneer would be given to Ellen White then you are missing in action. Ellen White began her acting career from the days of Bob Santo, Kwame Owusu Ansah, Magya Ntuo and the rest in the late 90’s.
Checkout Stunning Photos Of Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin his Lovely Family And His Beautiful Ex Girlfriend Ghanaians gained a lot of interest in the Ghana movie industry after the Kumawood movie industry was founded. We have heard a lot of great names which have emerged from the Kumawood movie industry.
In today's piece, we take a look at the life of Abusuapanin Judas, a veteran Ghanaian comedian and performer. Tweneboa Kodua was born in 1945 to a renowned Ashanti couple. He attended Bantama Basic School for his primary school and Prempeh Secondary School for his secondary education.
Hello lovely people, welcome to my hub once again. Please do not forget to follow me, like and comment on this news and share for others to read. Thank you and have a great day.In today’s article, we take a stroll through the life of veteran Ghanaian comedian and actor, Abusuapanin Judas.
The Ghanaian local movie industry termed as Kumawood has really entertained Ghanaians and channeled out couple of stars and celebrities over the years. Right from the days of Bob Santo and Judas, to Agya Koo and it came to Kwaku Manu and then Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin. These names mentioned were once the face of the Kumawood movie but as it stands, the industry is almost on the verge of collapsing.
Many of us were still young when actor and comedian Bob Santo was still in his peak entertaining Ghanaians. For some of us, we could not miss a moment with him on the concert party program with the black and white television belonging to that rich man in our community.
Born John Evans Kwadwo Bosompem, the late Bob Santo was a Ghanaian comedian and actor. He together with his friend of many years, Tweneboah Kodua popularly known as Abusuapanin Judas were leaders of Ominitimininim Concert Party group touring the country with their performances. The two were mostly seen in movies together as friends.
Ghana's movie industry has evolved over the years and one figure who has contributed to the movie industry is Harry Laud of Harry Laud Productions. Born Harry Laud Akwetey Teye, the director, producer and actor came to prominence in the early 2000s. Known as multitalented or what some say Jack of all Trades, he was instrumental in most aspects of his productions which were evidently seen in his movie credits.
The One week celebration of the late Nana Kwame Ampadu which was scheduled to take place today is currently underway. His one week celebration was scheduled to the 40th day after his demise. Nana Kwame Ampadu passed on after battling an illness for some months. He will forever remain in the history of the Ghana music industry.
In this article, I'm going to focus on the male characters who have revolutionized entertainment in the Ghana movie industry by giving us the best scenes we could ever think of. These guys took acting to a whole different level such that they got many Ghanaians to patronize our local movies.
The Kumawood film business is one of Africa's largest and is noted for being lucrative and spectacular in its film production. When the word Kumawood is mentioned, we hear names like Bob Santo, Agya Koo, and Kwadwo Nkansah Lilwin. The Kumawood film industry has produced a slew of outstanding cinema stars.
"The tongue of the dead can never rot," according to a saying. Many veteran and current Ghanaian celebrities have died in recent years. Many others did not believe it until they saw the body with their own eyes, like in the case of Ebony, Bob Santo, and the others.
Growing up as a Ghanaian, I came to meet some men in the entertainment industry who made our lives full of laughter anytime we put on our TV sets. The likes of Abusuapanin Judas, Paa George, Grace Omaboe and Bob Santo. They were making impact and educating the public despite the little token they were receiving.
John Evans Kwadwo Bosompem, known professionally as Bob Santo or Santo, was a Ghanaian comedian who was born in 1935. He appeared in films in which he communicated in Akan. He usually acted alongside Judas, a neighboring friend. Following the news of the entertainer's death, Bob Santo continues with several people describing how he died.
The late Santo's wife Ante B has boldly exposed a big man ( name withheld) who came into her life just to taste and dump her. According to her the man can't deny because they nearly got married. In a funny or hilarious way, Ante B explained that she is not a soup but the man came to taste her several times and Dumped her.
Ghana has produced several multi talented stars in the movie industry. Over the years, we have had legendary actors like Bob Santo, Katawere, Kyeiwaa, Judas amongst others. We cannot take out Alex Kofi Adu A.K.A Agyakoo so far as legandary Ghanaian actors are concerned, he featured in the keysoap concert party amongst others, one reason why Agyakoo is loved by all is his versatility, he is able to shift from commedy to other genres with ease.