Nadia Buari (born November 21, 1982) is a Ghanaian actress. She received two nominations for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2007 and 2009.
A former child model, Nadia made her onscreen debut in the hit movie ‘Mummies Daughter’ where she played a supporting role alongside Jackie Appiah and Van Vicker.
Her striking features combined with her proportioned body makes her a standout. She obviously has her hands full dealing with admirers, no surprises here.
Nadia Buari was born in 1980, in Takoradie, Ghana, to Alhaji Sidiku Buari, a musician and producer, and Hajia Buari, a beautician. Throughout her elementary school education, Buari was an active member of her school’s drama, and dance club. Following high school, Buari enrolled in the University of Ghana, Legon, where she majored in Fine Art graduating with a BFA degree in Fine Art.
Nadia Buari made her big screen debut in “Mummy’s Daughter,” however it was her role as Beyonce in the hit Ghanaian flick “Beyonce: the President Daughter” that propelled her into the limelight; and the rest as they say is history. Buari has starred in over 20 movies so far- and still counting. Buari hopes to produce and direct movies in the near future.
“Guys love me more…,”- Nadia Buari
“A lot of people have their own perceptions about me, like I’m very stuck up, so full of myself, you know. But it’s not true…,”- Nadia Buari
“Yes I am very spiritual cos I believe that in everything I do, I have to put God first,”- Nadia Buari
“I love to watch my movies. You have no idea…I would watch my movies like over a hundred times…,”- Nadia Buari
Beyonce – The President daughter
Darkness of Sorrow
The Return of Beyoncé
A Woman’s Honor
In the Eyes of my Husband
Beauty and the Beast
Ka wonan toso
The Play Boy
Beyonce and Rihanna
Love is wicked
Gambling with marriage
Agony of the Christ