Death has over the years taken away some of our best actors, and one person we can never forget in the movie industry is the late Suzzy Williams. She was charming, Gifted, Talented, Beautiful and above all intelligent. Suzzy Williams was the face of the movie industry from the late 2002 to 2005, where she met her untimely death.
The Ghanaian entertainment industry and Ghanaians as a whole will never these two amazing talents who lost their lives at their peak in the industry. What is shocking is that, they both lost their lives through road accident and they were both in their 20s. Suzzy Williams and Ebony’s death still remains fresh in the heart of many Ghanaians.
There are 33 popular Ghanaian actresses and actors who died from the early 2000s to 2020. This is a great lost to the entire nation and beyond, because each and every one of them has played a major role for the movie industry before they suddenly passed on.
Death we all know is inevitable. Here are some of the list of local film stars who have passed on. 1. Sussy Williams Suzzy Williams was a well-known Ghanaian television and film actor. She starred in films such as Bloody Mary, Calamity, The Comforter and Mother's Heart.
16 years ago last Wednesday, Ghana lost one of its iconic actress Suzzy Williams. She died in an accident on September 8 in 2005. The actress starred in many movies to include Together Forever, Fresh Trouble, Lover Boy in Ghana, My Mother's Heart, A Touch of Love, The Comforter, War for War, The Sisterhood, Calamity and of course her famous performance in Official Prostitute amongst others.
In today's post, I'm going to look at seven Ghanaian celebrities whose deaths engulfed the entire country in grief.Many well-known people died prematurely while driving in the comfort of their cars. Suzzy Williams In 2005, Suzzy Williams, a Ghanaian actress who has appeared on television and in films, was a fan favorite.
Dear reader before you enjoy this article please kindly follow this page for more entertainment update.Thank you .Here are some Ghanaian celebrities who passed away before Age 40.Ebony reigns Pricilla Opoku Agyemang is the real name of ebony reigns.She was the nation's favorite and she was admired by all people She had fans all over the world.
Over the years, outstanding personalities such as Bishop Ben Nyarko, Akatsa and Akata, Agya Ntow, Araba Stamp, Owusu Ansah, Katawere, Suzzy Williams, and many others have departed the Ghanaian film business to the land of no return. The tragic death of Agya Manu which has become a topic, cannot be ignored.
Great personalities, celebrities and individuals went through certain stages to get to where they are now, going back to memory lane to recount how far you have comes is not a bad idea. It sometimes serve as a form of motivation to push more harder. Sharing throwback photos always give people the opportunity to know what they miss in your early life and also bring memories that others are not aware of. Around the world, it has become something of a tradition that most people tend to move back to memory lane
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 is now 16 years since Ghana lost one of her iconic celebrity, Suzzy Williams who died in fatal road accidents, her death has really brought so much sorrow in the hearts of many Ghanaians but she will never be forgotten. Today makes it 16years after her sudden death and her fans has taken to social media to remember her and there were several emotional comment from her to mark her death anniversary.
Ghana music industry has come for long way since the 90s.Today I'm going to talk of the memories of one of the best genre in the country which nowadays is no more on top due to the fusion of afro pop genre and dancehall. These songs are ; 1.16 years by Mz Bel,the song was released around 2006 and became a hit throughout nation wide which it gained massive air play almost all the media stations of the country and song was produced by the legendary engineer Jay Q which she under his record label. 2.Sikilitele
In Ghana, there are so many stories about how some of our top personalities including musicians, movie Stars and media personalities become incredible successful, the most heart breaking stories we hear about Celebraties are the ones that normally deal with untimely death. 1. Theophilus Tahoe, popularly known as Castro or Castro under fire is a Ghanaian hiplife recording artist and musician. He was born on 1st May 1982 and died on 6th July 2014. 2. Suzzy Williams wasa well-known Ghanaian television and film
Death is indeed something which is inevitable.As far as one is born, there is a guarantee he or she is going to die no matter what.
Dear reader, please kindly follow me by clicking on the follow button for more and entertaining articles. Thank you. Another beautiful and talented and amazing Ghanaian actress and celebrity who comes from the Volta Region of Ghana is Victoria Zukah, popularly know as Vicky Zukah. Vicky Zukah won the heart of many and also became popular after she had an opportunity to be featured in her first movie Trokosi. She she starred the movie with some popular actresses Jackie Appiah and the late Suzzy Williams. Zukah
Death, they say is inescapable and it is catastrophic for a public figure to die at the summit of his or her career. Even though we are all vulnerable to death but untimely deaths is the most heartbreaking news we hear about public figures. Below are 7 famous celebrated personalities in the history of Ghana who lost their lives before age 40. 1). Ebony Reigns Priscilla Opoku Agyemang, who was popularly known as Ebony Reigns is the hitmaker of “Hustle (Medi wo dwa)” and “Maame Hwe ”. She was a National
The life of the then succulent woman who was full of youthful exuberance had all and sundry talking about her who had turned the town upside down. Talking about the beautiful Suzzy Williams was the order for the day for those who cherished her movies. Just like this 'mysterious lady' who embroidered the Ghanaian entertainment circles with a touch of special dressing, musician Mzbel was also seen as the co-dresser just like Suzzy Williams. The interesting issue here is that the duo had started drumming home
Self acclaimed Suzzy Williams and former AIDS ambassador for Ghana share how his baby daddy and his wife decided to put her life and the kids to death. In a video share by Joyce Dzidor Mensah, the formal AIDS ambassador said that, she is having a child with the man but refuse to take responsibility of the child. Before this, Joyce Dzidor Mensah made her name during Tracey Boakye and Mzbel sugar daddy saga and decided to come out to disgrace the father of his child on facebook. According to the self reincarnated
I saw Suzzy Williams in Hell when Jesus took me there to reveal Mysteries unto me - Philippa (video)
Suzzy Williams was a well-known Ghanaian actor who appeared on television and in films. She was born in 1982 and passed away on September 8, 2005. In a video that has gone viral on the internet, a sister named Phillipa of Heaven Seekers Ministry revealed that she discovered Suzzy in Hell when the Lord took her there on a visit. She went on to describe how she was subjected to severe torture. Even though the worms, scorpions, snakes, and fire were a constant punishment for everyone in there, the demons were torturing
In a viral video, a sister named Phillipa of Heaven Seekers Ministry revealed that when the Lord took her to hell, she found Suzzy in that fiery place. She went on to detail how she was tortured severely. Suzzy Williams was a well-known Ghanaian actress who worked in films and on television. She was born on September 8, 1982, and died on September 8, 2005. Despite the fact that the worms, scorpions, snakes, and fire were a relentless punishment for everyone inside, the demons were torturing her soul even more.