Abraham Attah to Star in New Movie Alongside Birdman

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Child prodigy Abraham Attah has once again added another feather to his cap by landing a prestigious role in an upcoming Hollywood flick.

Attah plays the lead role in ‘Tazmanian Devil’, a movie about a Nigerian immigrant to the U.S.

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The movie would be executive produced by famous U.S rapper Birdman of Cash Money Records.

Attah was cast in the lead role some time ago with Benny Boom as Executive Producer. Birdman has also signed on to executive produce.

Boom, who has worked with Birdman for a long time, is collaborating with him on this project.

Tazmanian Devil is about a Nigerian immigrant Dayo, played by Attah, who suffers to bond with his estranged father after moving to the United States.

His father had abandoned him and his mother in Nigeria many years earlier to travel around as a missionary, and the two struggle to reconcile after Attah’s character’s relocation to the States.

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‘Tasmanian Devil’ stars other big names alongside Attah such as Adepero Oduye of (Central Park Five and Pariah) fame, Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine (The Chi, Queen of Katwe), and Kwesi Boakye (Claws, Flight).

The movie would be the directorial debut of Solomon Onita Jr.; and would be produced by Tricia Woodgett of TigerEye Films and Executive Produced by Benny Boom, Birdman and Gerald Rawles.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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