Ellen Kyei White a renowned Ghanaian Actress who has over the years contributed massively to the growth of the Ghanaian local movies, termed as Kumawood. She is among the actresses who began their her acting career with legends like Bob Santo, Judas, The late Kwame Owusu Ansah, and the rest.
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.
Clara Benson known as Maame Serwaa and Yaa Konadu Jackson also known as Yaa Jackson, are Ghanaian talented actresses who began their careers at a very tender Age. Yaa Jackson shot her first movie when she was just About 3 months Old. Her first movie was Okukuseko which featured the late Bob Santo, Kwame Owusu Ansah, Meja Ntoh, and couple of legendary actors and actresses.
The Ghanaian film industry is one of the best in Africa. Actors and Actresses in Ghana ooze raw talent, skills, and have all the energy ready when onset. That is why it is usually agonizing when people talk of dead Ghanaian actors. Unlike many other jobs, actors can go on with their careers even in their 80s and 90s.
Ghana was painted with a very sad news yesterday prior to the death of Dancehall musician, Ebony Reigns. We have been all shaken to the bones as we least expect Ebony to ‘go’ by this time even though death is inevitable. The fact that her death came through road accident has got us to remember our top entertainers who also died in time past through accident—at a very young age.
Sad news reaching Dailynews360 confirms the passing away of one legendary actor, Aboagye Brenya also known as Opanin Kufuor. He’s a veteran actor who has been in the movie industry over decades. He is a pioneer in the Kumawood base movies featured in over 100 movies, He has acted with the likes of Bob.
Dear reader before you enjoy this article please kindly follow this page for more entertainment update Dear follower please kindly share, like and comment on this post Thank you.Here are some Ghanaian kumawood stars who's death broke a lot of heart Kwame owusu Ansah kwame owusu Ansah was a kumawood actor was arguably the best of his time He was the person who helped Nana ama Mcbrown into acting.
Rest Rest in peace to these Ghanaians celebrities- Checkout Their Photos •Bob Santo •Kwame Owusu Ansah •Ebony Reigns Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng (16 February 1997 – 8 February 2018), known by her stage nameEbony Reigns, was a Ghanaiandancehall/Afrobeats artist known for her hit songs "Poison" and "Kupe". She was discovered by bullet from ruff and smooth John Evans Kwadwo Bosompem also known Bob Santo
Tears continues to drop from the eyes of Ghanaians as one of the prolific and veteran Kumawood actor King Aboagye Brenya reportedly dead after battling with illness. Aboagye Brenya was part of the pioneers of the local based Ghanaian movie industry, the Kumawood along with the late Agya Ntow, Bob Santo, Kwame Owusu Ansah and many renowned movie actors and actresses.
Six Big Ghanaiain Celebrities Who Died Just At The Time They Were Very Famous And Shining Death comes at a time when we do not expect it.It is very painful to lose a person you love so soon or out of the blue.
Suzzy Williams, Terry Bonchaka, Kwame Owusu Ansah, Vybrant Faya, Isaac Yeboah, Ebony Etc PrinPriPrsic lovers were thrown into shock when “poulele” hitmaker Terry Bonchaka passed on in October 2003 through a car accident.
It seems difficult to see some actresses in Ghana go completed bald just for a movie role because of how long they have kept their hair, spent money to fix them and others but these two Kumawood actresses Nana Ama McBrown and Emelia Brobbey have gone the extra mile. Not much have been seen about the two Kumawood actresses in the movie fraternity recently and this is because of their involvement now in the media space. They are both television presenters and actress in the Kumawood movie industry and this is
It's been over 13 years since the Ghanaian movie industry lost one of its iconic stars Kwame Owusu Ansah. The tragic accident which led to his death occurred on May 2nd, 2008 on the Tema Motorway. He was finally buried/laid to rest in June that same year (13 years now).
Ghanaians are correct currently groaning over the downfall of notable Kumawood performer, Bishop Bernard Nyarko. On Saturday, May 2, 2020, reports turned into a web sensation about the end of Bishop Nyarko who passed on at the Ridge Hospital in Accra. Priest Bernard Nyarko in this manner transforms into the latest acclaimed Kumawood performer to have passed on. Here are the 5 Kumawood entertainers whose passings(death) broke the hearts of Ghanaians. 1. Bishop Nyarko: As unquestionably realized Bishop
Three superstars who were best friends in the Ghana Creative Arts industry photo has popped up on social media that usually reminds people what they achieved. A photo captured the late Kwame Owusu Ansah of Ghanaian Movie Industry, highlife artists Obrafour and Tic Tac. This photo can be attributed the past memories of old relationship that exist among our legends.
Gone are the days when we use to watch movies, I mean our local movies from the Ghanaian movie industry. You could see them exhibiting our cultural practices for the viewers to know and learn more of it. If the late 80s, 90s and even early 2000s was anything to go by, one would have assumed the Ghanaian movie industry will be competing if not dominating the West African movie scene. But we have grown to see a negative side of our thought and prediction even as technology is advance. Back in the days, we use
Ghanaian Celebrities Who Died On The 2nd Of May. Kwame Owusu Ansah and Bishop Nyarko passed on same day. On May 2, 2008, 12 years ago, Ghana lost a great actor, the late Kwame Owusu Ansah. Exactly twelve years from that point and on the same day, (May 2, 2020) the Ghanaian movie industry has again lost one of its finest actors, Bishop Benard Nyarko. What sets the two instances marginally apart is the fact that Kwame Owusu Ansah kicked the bucket from a car accident on the Accra-Tema Motorway. However,
Nana Ama Mcbrown is one of the beautiful and talented actress the Ghanaian movie industry has produced. The actress started off by saying that during her time,it was difficult securing a role in movie so she had no other option but to be costumier before she joined active acting. She added that by then she was a newbie, they were the likes of Kwame Owusu Ansah,Santo,Judas so getting into the movie industry was difficult but she stood firm. The screen goddess also revealed how she got her first nickname and it
In Ghana, there are currently two film industries.These are the Ghallywood and Kumawood film industries, respectively. Ghallywood is the part of the Ghanaian film industry that mostly uses the English language, while Kumawood produces or makes films in the Akan language (twi).
Kumawood actor, Kwaku Manu, has precipitated Ghanaian celebrities in opposition to placing all prophets in an unmarried field and brushing off prophecies to their downside. The comic actor provided this expression in a new interview with Okay Fm's Abeiku Santana. As consistent with Kwaku Manu, his accomplice celebrities and large names inside the entertainment enterprise ought to choose a signal from the passings of Terry Bonchaka, Suzy Williams, Kwame Owusu Ansah, and Ebony amongst a massive institution