The beautiful part of Ama K Abebrese is her characteristic acting when on set. As a matter of fact, Ama K is a naturally gifted entertainer with a ton of ‘boughs’.
Ama K Abebrese is an incredible award winning British-Ghanaian entertainer, TV moderator and a producer who was born in Ghana and brought up in West London in the United Kingdom.
The truth of the matter is, she isn’t only acceptable in acting but amazingly magnificent when she hosts TV programs. You watch her TV show now and you will keep on watching her regularly. Perhaps, she was destined to be an entertainer with a touch of everything.
Ama K has won many entertainment awards including the 2011 Best Actress for a Leading Role at the AMAA Awards for her excellent presentation in ‘Sinking Sands’. Actually, this was the film that pulled in many individuals to cherish her and her motion pictures including myself.
The 39 year old was featured in Ghana’s first ever Film (‘Azali’) which was chosen for the Oscars; and the 2015 Netflix film ‘Beasts of No Nation’ coordinated by Cary Fukunaga and and superstar Idris Elba. In ‘Azali’, Ama K assumed the role of a mother to lead youthful on-screen character Abraham Attah who additionally played Agu.
You obviously can’t resent her, as she is listed among Africa’s Top 20 Actors and Actresses by FilmContacts.com, which is an unfathomable accomplishment. Ama K has never relaxed in her excursion through the entertainment world and has cut a delightful specialty for herself.
Fascinatingly, she happens to be the storyteller and a maker on the Blitz Bazawule film ‘The Burial of Kojo’ which was gained by Array and was released on Netflix.
Ama K was given other film credits which includes Revele film’s ‘Elmina and London Get Problem’. She featured and co-produced the film ‘Double-Cross’, which won two awards for “Best Cinematography” and “Best Hair and Make Up” at the 2015 Ghana Movie Awards.
As an accomplished TV moderator with more than two decades experience, she began her TV presentation career in her adolescents at YCTV in London. She has presented on BBC2, OBE TV, Viasat 1, TV3, Ebonylife TV and some more.
Ama K Abebrese has interviewed loads of world hotshots going from Akon, Ziggy Marley, Harrison Ford, Ne-Yo, Rihanna, and Star Wars director George Lucas among outstanding others. Ama K was the Head of Own Productions and Executive Producer at Viasat 1 TV channel in Ghana (presently defunct).
She has featured in numerous motion pictures including:
The Burial of Kojo, Azali, Lotanna Zara, Sink or Swim, The Perilous Journey, Obim, The Cursed Ones, Interception, Beasts of No Nation, Double-Cross, Praising the Lord, Ties That Bind, Buki, Sinking Sands, London Get Problem, and numerous others.
In 2014, Ama K was divulged as Dark and Lovely’s Brand Ambassador for Ghana. She is additionally the founder of the “I Love My Natural Skintone.
“Say No To Skin Bleaching” campaign, which she propelled in 2014. The campaign tries to address issues of colorism and empower Africans and ethnic minorities to grasp their regular skin tones and oppose from the frequently unsafe act of skin bleaching.
The emphasis is for the most part on females to value their extraordinary and one of a kind skin tones, with the attestation that magnificence comes in every single distinctive colour.
Ama K is a “Kid Safety Icon” for the foundation SafeChild Ghana, an association whose essential objective is to protect the kids from harm.
Awards and Nominations
2010 Ghana UK-Based Achievement Awards Media Personality Winner
2011 Zimbabwe International Film Festival Best Actress Sinking Sands Winner
2011 African Movie Academy Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Sinking Sands Winner
2011 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Best Pan African Actress Nominated
2011 Screen Nation Film and TV Awards Best West African Actress Ties That Bind Nominated
2011 Ghana Movie Awards Best Discovery Ties That Bind Nominated
2012 African Movie Academy Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Ties That Sticky situation Nominated
2012 Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards Best New Actress Sinking Sands Nominated
2013 Screen Nation Film and TV Awards African Film Personality Winner
2013 AU Diaspora African Mission Salute to the Diaspora Award Winner
2014 Noble Woman Award Noble Care Foundation Winner
2014 City People Entertainment Awards TV Hostess of the Year (Ghana) A Day in the Life show Winner
2014 Ghana Movie Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role Double-Cross Nominated
2015 Golden Movie Awards Favourite Golden Actress Nominated
2015 Ghana Movie Awards Actress in a Supporting Role The Cursed Ones Nominated
2016 Golden Movie Awards Golden Supporting Actress Drama The Cursed Ones Winner
2016 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Non Nigerian Actress Beasts of No Nation Nominated
2017 Newark International Film Festival Best Actress Sink or Swim. The Perilous Journey Winner
2018 Ghana Movie Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role Azali Nominated
Ama K Abebrese was named among C Hub magazine’s 100 most Influential ‘African Women Influencers’ of the time 2014 and 2015. She was positioned the Number one (1) Most Influential TV and Radio Host in 2015 on the Ghana Social Media Rankings List.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts and Drama acquired at St Mary’s University, Twickenham.