Ghanaian Actor Bernard Nyarko has advised upcoming talents who want to venture into acting not to be dependent on Juju for fame or success in the industry.
According to him, the only magic that will help someone to succeed in the Acting profession is to learn.
“I believe that in this life life; If you want to go fast, go alone but If you want to go far, go with somebody. I always advise upcoming talents not to rely on juju because the end result of dealing with it will be very dreadful.”
The Actor who came into lime light around 2012 disclosed to Felix Agyei (Mr. Lattus) on J. life Fm Chart on Saturday that, he was inspired by the blubbering character of Emelia Brobby when they met on a movie set.
“Emelia Brobbey has been my secret mentor because when I started, I was not taking things seriously until I met her on a movie set-and the way she cried in a scene made me to take things seriously.”
Speaking On Problems/Challenges in the Movie Industry;
“God have been so good to us but still…there’s a long way to go. We have a lot to do. There’s a problem with the way we cast our characters in our movies-because a producer who is not in good terms with you may not call for your services even if you are the right person who suits that particular role…If we all come together as one people, we can go far. Let the one who the cup fits, wear it.”
“As actors, we have to learn because if you don’t….you will fade out. when I came into the movie scene, I tried to create my own style; I realized that the existing actors were not using big vocabs so I start to use that in my lines.”