Saahene Osei, the Son of Ghanaian millionaire Dr. Osei Kwame Despite, is treating US-based award-winning Ghanaian actor, Abraham Attah to the time of his life in Ghana. The Hollywood actor came to Ghana not long ago and he has been spotted in the company of Saahene ever since. READ ALSO: Gifty Osei’s Husband Humiliates Her … Read more
Ghanaian born Hollywood actor Abraham Attah has returned to his homeland Ghana and has been seen in the company of rich kid Saahene Osei, Son of millionaire Osei Kwame Despite. Abraham Attah made a name for himself when he featured as a child actor in a Netflix special titled ‘Beasts Of No Nation’ which was … Read more
Abraham Attah came into our lives when he was just a boy, now, he’s headed off to college. The young actor has revealed that he’s gained admission into Tufts University, a private school based in Medford in the U.S state of Massachusetts. READ ALSO: Accra Human Rights Court Refuses to Grant Rasta Student Admission to … Read more
Ghanaian Hollywood star Abraham Attah is growing into a man right before our very eyes and undergoing major changes as well. Far from the little boy who rose to fame in Beasts of No Nation, Attah is now becoming his own man. READ ALSO: Captain Smart Storms Angel FM In Kaba And Slit – Photo … Read more
Ghanaian acting prodigy Abraham Attah’s next Hollywood move has come to fruition as the young actor stars in an upcoming movie, Tazmanian Devil. The trailer for the movie has been released and sees Attah in action once again. READ ALSO: The Beef Everyone Wants to See – Bukom Banku Challenges Shatta Wale To A Beef … Read more
U.S based Ghanaian actor Abraham Attah and Yaa Jackson have caused a scene on social media. It all started when the nicely built teen actor shared a photo of himself ready for his morning exercise. READ ALSO: Efia Odo Blasts Archbishop Duncan Williams And Pastor Mensah Otabil For Asking Their Congregants To Pay Offerings And … Read more
Growing nicely into the role of the next child icon of Ghanaian showbiz, DJ Switch keeps rising higher and higher. She keeps marking achievements which people far older than her with more years in showbiz can only dream of. READ ALSO: Princess Shyngle Fights Stella Damasus For Speaking Against Those Who Show N#des Much like … Read more
Two Ghanaian boys were the big stars of Netflix’s ‘Beasts of No Nation’, Abraham Attah, who played Agu, and Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, who played Strika and has subsequently been known by that name. However, whilst everything has gone smoothly for Attah, transitioning to Hollywood and now living a life of glamour, Strika has suffered … Read more
Actor Prince David Osei has been slammed for being myopic by the manager of Ghanaian Hollywood star Abraham Attah, following comments by the actor that rubbished the recent influx of Hollywood stars to Ghana on vacation.
David Osei, in a stinging reaction to the new trend, said it was ‘useless’ to have Hollywood stars vacationing in Ghana as it brought no lasting impact on the industry.
Abraham Attah has managed to land himself another Hollywood feature as most of our ‘big’ actors sit in Ghana and scratch their balls waiting for acting gigs that are just not there.
The young star, who shot to fame after starring in the Netflix production ‘Beasts of No Nation’ alongside Idris Elba, has been cast as the lead in an upcoming immigrant drama to be shot in Texas known as ‘Tasmanian Devil’.
The life of a celebrity comes with so much privilege and for many of them, they get to live life at a level many ordinary people can only dream of. Abraham Attah, more than most other celebrities, is privileged and currently resides in the States, after literally starting from nothing.
Hollywood actor, Abraham Attah‘s manager, Mawuko Kuadzi has reacted to the claims that caretakers of the “Beast Of No Nation” actor, Strika, have been irresponsible towards helping the boy to discover his career as an actor. Mawuko disclosed in an interview with MzGee on Hitz @1 that, Strika born Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye is the cause of his own predicament.
According to Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, who appeared in Beasts of No Nation alongside Abraham Attah playing Strika the mute kid, Abraham Attah’s attitude towards him and the other kids who starred in the movie has changed in recent years. Strika told GhanaCelebrities.Com in an exclusive interview that Attah now snubs him if he tries talking to him and whenever he responds, his attitude is far from the best.
GhanaCelebrities.Com reported this morning about the plight of Strika, the young actor who appeared in Beasts of No Nation alongside Abraham Attah. Strika, despite acting in the internationally acclaimed movie, has fallen out of luck and is now back on the streets 3 years after the movie took him off the streets and supposedly changed his life.
It speaks to the vagaries of life that two children both came out of nowhere to star in a movie and whilst one ends up an international movie star, the other is reduced to begging in the streets of Accra. The kid who played Strika in the Beast of No Nations movie which launched Abraham Attah, Emmanuel Nii Adom Quaye, has ended up a beggar on the streets of Accra despite starring in an internationally acclaimed movie.
Idris Elba has this afternoon posted a cryptic tweet suggesting he could be the next James Bond. Days after reports that a producer of the franchise is tipping him to be 007, he posted: “My name’s Elba, Idris Elba”. Fans are taking it as a big hint that he could be about to take on the role when Daniel Craig leaves next year. There have been rumours linking Idris to the Bond role since 2014, which he’s neither confirmed nor denied.
Ghanaian uprising Hollywood actor Abraham Attah has made it clear that he will not star in any Ghanaian movie which will not be found on Netflix. During an interview with Abeiku Santana on UTV’s Popular “Atuu” show, the young actor was asked if he will feature in our local Ghanaian movies (Ghallywood & Kumawood), and in answer to this question, the “Beast of No Nation” actor said he will not hesitate to star in such movies but if only that particular movie will be available on Netflix.
Ghanaian actor Abraham Attah and his ‘movie dad’, colleague actor in “Beasts of no nation“, Kobina Amissah-Sam, were over the weekend involved in a clean-up exercise in the streets of Takoradi. The clean-up team after their exercise proceeded to donate some food items and shoes to Father’s Home Care, an Orphanage in Takoradi.
On Thursday, May 31st, an event was held at the British High Commission in Accra to commemorate the birthday of the Queen, Elizabeth II. Numerous A-list celebs were in attendance at the event, including chick magnet Abraham Attah, who continues to grow in leaps and bounds since moving to the U.S.
Veteran actor Mr. Oscar Provencal who was popularly known as Inspector Bediako has expressed sadness about how badly Ghanaians are treating Abraham Attah. Inspector Bediako, speaking in an interview on Joy FM’s Showbiz A-Z show hosted by Naa Ashorkor said, the young Ghanaianactor deserves to treated specially after his involvement in most Hollywood movies including ‘Spiderman’, ‘Beasts Of No Nation’ and so on.
Abraham Attah has left the glaring public spotlight for a while now but he remains a very laudable Ghanaian success story and his actions remain of paramount importance to us back home. Attah has landed a few roles here and there since moving to the States but by and large all he does is crush it at school and cause commotion on social media with his new photos.
Young Ghanaian-Hollywood Star, Abraham Attah is out here showing off his never seen before hot six packs that your MCM, John Dumelo, can only dream of. The Spider-Man Homecoming actor is in his adolescence and things are changing so fast for him as he’ll be an adult soon. Some months ago, he debuted a new ‘bad boy’ haircut look and his now adding the complements.
Principal subject of Ghana’s best ever rags to riches story, Abraham Attah went from a ‘street boy’ to living it up at the Oscars in the space of two years. Attah has continued to build on that success, now staying in the United States and schooling, whilst grabbing roles in Hollywood.
Abraham Attah has been cast in a leading role in a Nollywood movie with an international profile. Attah would play Ade in ‘Ade’s Story’, the story of a young West African boy who makes a difficult trek to Europe to achieve his footballing dreams.
Actress Clara Benson, more commonly known by her professional moniker Maame Serwaa, says she needs no help from fellow young star Abraham Attah to break into Hollywood. Serwaa, in a recent interview, made it clear that only God can give one such a breakthrough and therefore if the Lord wills it in her case, it would definitely happen for her.
Ghanaians are largely hypocrites and any attempt to please them would make you miserable—that’s if you are lucky not to be pushed into a bottomless pool of depression. Abraham Attah who is currently based in the US schooling and building his Hollywood résumé in a recent interview has said his biggest wish is to perfect his American accent and several Ghanaians have taken to social media to lambast him—claiming he’s so soon feeling inferior, despite the plausible reason he gave. Abraham told,“Doreen Andoh that his biggest wish is to improve his American accent to near perfect levels to increase his suitability for roles.” What’s wrong with this dream of a young man who was ridiculed in his own country, Ghana, for having a “local” accent just a few years ago? This is why I say Ghanaians are largely hypocrites, perhaps even confused. When Abraham Attah was with us in Ghana and spoke in his natural accent, he was ridiculed—such that for weeks, he became the talk of the country. And even if for nothing at all, this alone is enough for him to want to change his accent to sound more American—but that’s not even the reason why he has decided to work on his American accent. Unless we want Abraham Attah to be type cast in Hollywood, maintaining his Ghanaian accent wouldn’t do his career any good. Hollywood is an industry with a primary language and to a large extent, a certain accent, which is the American accent.