Ghanaians have always been enthralled by the local film industry known as Kumawood. Actors and actresses have evolved from this industry over the years. Some people have amassed enormous wealth.
In this article, we will look at one of Kumawood’s (Ghanaian Movie Industry) most prominent female actors.
“Akyere Buwuraa” is his stage name. Akyere Buwuraa is an actress of Ghanaian root. She has worked in the Kumawood industry for nearly three decades. She has collaborated with artists such as Agya Koo, Kojo Nkansah Lilwin, Kyewaa, Emelia Brobbey, Yaw Dabo, and others.
For quite a while, the industry lost sight of her until she recently announced a show called Way Back TalkShow to be aired on Onua Tv, and guess what?
The “Way Back Talkshow” will be based on interviews with other prominent celebrities; the voyage and struggle before fame. A friend or anybody who witnessed all of these challenges and agonies will also make appearances.
The main objective of the “Way Back Talkshow” is to educate the people and others about the struggles and anguish of the people we call celebrities.
Also, to inspire underground artists, actors, actresses, businessmen, and other creative people to keep the fire burning and to stay on course track.
On Onua Maakye with Captain Smart, she said all that and more. See the full video below.
OTHER INCREDIBLE FACTS ABOUT Akyere Bruwaa (Miriam Akyere Donkor )
She was born in Madina and later moved to Race.
She finished JHS at Nkwantanan Number 4 and did not continue her education.
She is in her late 40s and about to turn 50.
She began acting at a Sunday school before being introduced to veteran actor Paa George by a friend named Ama Pat.
She used to sell tomatoes and carry concrete.
She married at the age of 17 and had to work hard to support her husband, with whom she had two sons for eight years.
She relocated to Kumasi because Kumawood was active there.
She rose to prominence under Danfo B.A after starring in the film Ataara.
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