Mfantsipim School which provides one of the best secondary school education in Ghana has proven that it has old students doing so well in every industry in the country.
Even in the entertainment, the school has some great personalities who have graced our TV screens with amazing acting skills.
In this article, I have reviewed 4 exceptional talents in acting who attended Mfantsipim School.
1. Majid Michel
He is a top Ghanaian actor who has been nominated 6 times at the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAAs). He won ‘Best Actor in a Leading Role’ at AMAAs in 2012.
Majid became famous in acting in Ghana after playing the role of ‘Shaker’ in popular TV series, ‘Things We Do For Love’. As a big actor from Ghana, Majid revealed the highest amount he has charged in a movie role is $35,000.
Majid is married with 3 kids and he became a born-again Christian later in his life. He currently works as a part time preacher and has been seen doing God’s work at many places in Ghana.
2. Van Vicker
He is another top Ghanaian actor who got 2 nominations for ‘Best Actor in a Leading Role’ and ‘Best Upcoming Actor’ at the AMAAs in 2008.
Van Vicker started his career as a radio and TV presenter. He has worked with Groove FM, Vibe FM, TV3 and Metro TV in the past.
He made his acting debut in ‘Suncity’ – a popular TV series that depicted life in a Ghanaian university.
Van Vicker later in his acting career moved to Nollywood and acted alongside great talents like Jim Iyke, Mercy Johnson and Tonto Dikeh.
He is a married man with 3 lovely children.
3. Brew Riverson Jnr
He is a veteran actor who played different character roles in Ghana movies in the 80s and 90s.
He currently works as a lecturer at the University of Education, Winneba teaching Theater Arts.
He played a role in popular American produced movie, ‘Deadly Voyage’ and has acted in the following movies – ‘Accra Killings’, ‘The Police Officer’, ‘Midnight Call’ and ‘Jennifer’.
4. Kweku Elliot
He is a ‘new’ Ghanaian actor who played a major debut role in ‘Single and Married’ – a movie directed by Pascal Amanfo and produced by Yvonne Nelson.
He also played a role in a popular TV series, ‘Cocoa Brown’. He has acted in over 15 movies so far and many Ghanaians see him to be the next big thing to happen to our movie industry.
Source: Tvnewsgh.com / Eben Owurachy