Weekly Discussions, Let’s Get Talking: Which Actors Are Currently Holding The Ghana Movie Industry Together?

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Nadia Buari
Nadia Buari

Being on screens like any other profession has peak times for those involved in this art and also times that the ‘shakers’ are kicked into the shadow to pave way for new talents…

Like most movie industries in the world, the Ghana movie industry seems to be currently glued together by a group of Actors and Actresses (others preferably call them the A-list), without these people, I do not think there will be any new successful Ghanaian movie.

I remember the days when persons like Grace Omaoebo ‘Maame Dorkono’, Pascaline Edwards, ‘Waakye’, Fred Amugi and others were the pivotal points around which our movie industry revolved…

Today, certain Actors and Actresses are the front fighters of the Ghanaian movie industry, without them, I can surely bet my last coins that our industry will go ‘kaput’.

Who do you think are the Actors and Actresses holding our industry together today and why? Who deserves the crown as the over all ‘Captain’ of the industry?

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  1. Yvonne Nelson, Jackie Appiah, John Dumelo, Nadia, Nana Ama, Roselyn Ngissah, Majid, Lydia Forson, Yvonne Okoro, Adjetey Annang, Martha Ankoma, Agya Koo, Mercy Asiedu, Kyeiwaa, Adjololo, Ekow Asante, Mr. Beautiful.

    1. @Obaa Akua, True too. Without the less known the well known can’t achiever all they lay claim to.

  2. of course Nadia, the two Yvones, Martha, Majid, Van vicker, John, , Berverly, Vickie, Nana Mc B, Kofie, ,,,eish,  I forgot some names

  3. kofi adjorlolo toooooooo…pls dnt forget dat…i agree with obaa yaa…..mmmmmmmm kalsum sinare,vicky zugah,

  4. Is/was the Ghanaian movie industry falling apart? I didn’t know that. Lol. The people who buy the movies are the ones who are sustaining the industry. So kudos to the viewers who spend their hard earned cash to keep the Ghanaian movie afloat. To the actors please get some technical training and give the rest of us a break with the high school drama club acting.

  5. adjetey annan, rosilynn, nana ama mcbrown, agya koo….well ere is dis neww one by agya koo,nana ama and mercy asiedu…its soo hilarious…titled old soldier…i mean both the english and local ones make up the industry tho…

  6. Most of the well known acts r doing their best to keep the industry alive but Jackie for sure is at the forefront, and Majid as well. Jackie is the MESSIAH of the industry and she alone has made countless fans for the industry. She got myself and most of my contemporaries glued to Ghanaian movies.