There is no uncertainty that Kalsoume Sinare is a standout amongst most entertainers Ghana has produced. As an actress, she is so audacious that, each role given to her is consummately played without an issue.
Kalsoume has been in films for quite a long time and has amassed a great deal of experience from that point till now. Kalsoume has played “crazy” roles that some on-screen characters will never pledge to do.
Without fear, Kalsoume goes past that level and makes it so excellent and basic for the cameras.
The Ghanaian on-screen character and former model has showed up in more than fifty movies, including Babina, My Partner’s Enemy, Trinity, and Sala, for which she got a Golden Actress award in the Drama Category.
As the first of nine offspring of her parents, she attempted to make an imprint for her other kin to imitate. Kalsoume began her entertainment career as a model back in the secondary school (Accra High Secondary School).
From that time, the veteran actress has consistently advanced and even proceeded to represent Ghana at the 1990 Miss Model of the World Pageant, and regularly showed up on TV as a commercial model for consumer products.
As aggressive as she seemed to be, Kalsoume started her acting profession in the stage Productions. So obviously, we presently know why she acts with such a lot of energy and demonstrable skill.
Actually, most actors who started stage acting are inferred to be acceptable on-screen characters than the others. Kalsoume at long last settled in the film business in 1993.
Her fifty films she showed up in includes 4ever Young, The Five Brides, Princess Tyra, 4Play, 4ever Young, The New Sun and many more.
In one of her films, she assumed a dazzling role to the point that, in the 2010 film Trinity she earned a Zulu African Film Academy Awards selection for Best Supporting Actress just as a Best Supporting Actress assignment at the Ghana Movie Awards.
The versatile actress has been married to Ex-Ghanaian International footballer Anthony Baffoe for as far back as 26 years.