Before Maxwell Mensah and Baby Maxin came into the life of actress Nana Ama Mcbrown, there was musician Okyeame Kwame. In 2004, McBrown and Okyeam Kwame shared love together and we enjoyed their chemistry. Their brief date saw the ‘Couple’ traveling together all over Ghana promoting Okyeame Kwame’s songs. READ ALSO: Victoria Lebene and Nikki … Read more
Rosemond Brown has recounted some of the painful experiences she since she joined the Ghanaian entertainment industry.
We all know how Rosemond Brown carries her brand along, a complete ashawobrity in its highest order. This has affected her in so many ways such as being snubbed by some of her colleagues in the industry each time she tries to come closer to them.
Actress Nana Ama Mcbrown entertains the blood donors with the late EBONY REIGNS’ songs at the just ended Despite Group of Companies’ blood donation.
The event which which took place last Saturday (June 30) saw hundreds of blood donors crowd the El-Wak Sports Stadium in Accra to help save lives.
She is always looking happy and young–and she recently got married to a man she says she truly loves.
Nana Ama McBrown has come a long way but her beauty and energy do not seem to have suffered–neither has her youthfulness.
The actress has shared with fans some new beautiful shots, and they all do one thing–capture her fabulousness.
Since she said she will be on a 3 month-honeymoon, we guess it’s still on for her and Maxwell Mensah. Flip to the next pages for the photos…
Beautiful and versatile actress Nana Ama McBrown celebrated her birthday yesterday Monday August 15, 2016 and she decided to share her especial day with orphans.
Nana Ama McBrown born Felicity Ama Agyemang who recently got married to longtime boyfriend, Maxwell Mensah, spent her entire day with children of Royal Seed Home and School at Kasoa in the Central region of Ghana.
The award-winning actress donated several items including a refrigerator, toilet rolls, bags of rice, insecticides, oil, sanitary pads, washing powder, water, biscuits, drinks, toffees among others things.
Actress Nana Ama McBrown has turned 41 today—and as always, she looks like someone in her early 30s. McBrown sits on the table as a true beauty and the definition of ‘forever young.’ It surely has been great for her in the industry but she has had some cruel days with that famous car accident … Read more
There is never a better way for someone to put smiles on the faces of others than to spend quality time with them.
This is exactly what versatile Ghanaian actress, Nana Ama McBrown, with support from Taabea Herbal Mixture – chose to do this year as part of her social responsibilities as she celebrated the New Year with children of Mampong Babies Home – an orphanage established in 1967 and situated at Mampong in the Ashanti Region.
Taking inspiration from the saying, “there’s more happiness in giving than in receiving”, the award-winning actress is determined on practicing the former as long as she lives even though she has been embarking on such worthy causes.
According to her, it’s very pathetic to come across people (especially kids) who have lost their parents and do not experience parental warmth and care from their biological parents. “Drawing close to them, showing them affection, and putting smiles on their faces make them feel loved”, she stated.
If you thought the fact that 77 percent of Nigerian women have bleached was a staggering number, I am sure you will have to roll our eyes about the fact that, “anecdotal evidence indicates that as many as 50 -60% of adult Ghanaian women have at one time or
other bleached or used creams with the view to bleaching or bleached unknowingly”.
In fact, it is estimated that 30% of the above are currently actively bleaching. For men it is estimated that 5% have bleached before or are still in the process. And what is most worrying is the proportion of adolescents in and out of school who are bleaching.
Interestingly, it is a well known phenomenon that if a mother bleaches then she will encourage the daughter to do so or will mix the various types of soaps and creams for the daughter to take to school.
According to Ama K Abebrese, it is the above shocking information that got her thinking—paving way for the launch of her ‘anti bleaching campaign’ supported by singer and actress Paulina Oduro, actress Nana Ama McBrown and model Hamamat Montia.
Watch the behind the scene video of the campaign’s photo shoot…
Gone are the days when African actresses were not ready to take risk and go that extra mile to fit into a character they are playing in a movie…
We’ve seen actresses like Mercy Johnson and the others having taking the bold decision to shave off their cherished hair, in an attempt to mirror a role they are playing in a movie.
Ghanaian actress Nana Ama McBrown has joined the league of African actresses who have let go their hair for a movie.
In a yet to be released movie titled “Atemmuo” (Judgment), the Ghanaian actress gladly shaved off her hair so that she could look real for the role.
Nana Ama McBrown is reported to have said “ I wanted to make the movie look real so I shaved all my hair. It was my first time of going completely bald in a movie and I have not regretted at all because ultimately the movie turned out exactly how I wanted and I know when people watch it they would understand why I did it”.
As to whether the money she was paid was worth shaving off her cherished hair, she said, “Yes, the money was very good but I did not shave for the money. I shaved my hair because I wanted the film to be as real as possible. I wouldn’t mind going bald again if the storyline and the money involved are good”
Actress-Nana Ama McBrown who is Baileys’ Ambassador (Face of Baileys) in Ghana does not just present the brand—-she enjoys it too… The Ghanaian actress was spotted hooked on a bottle of Baileys at her recent Birthday Party in London. When GhanaCelebrities.Com asked if she was really a lover of Baileys or just fetching them some … Read more