Talk of beauty and we are made to believe that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder but the reality is; true beauty lies in the eyes of all. We are therefore going to have a look at a list of the beautiful Ghanaian actresses in the country and I am sure you will agree with me at the end with this list.

And so who are the most beautiful actresses in the country?

Ama K. Abebrese

Talk of one of the most beautiful actresses from Ghana and it appears her name can’t be omitted. She has gotten featured in several movies in Ghana and overseas. The Ghanaian-British actress won the 2011 Best Actress in a Leading Role at the AMAA Awards for her stellar performance in Sinking Sands.

Mavis Adjei

The veteran actress can’t be taken off the list as well. Mavis Adjei is a Ghanaian actress currently based in The Netherlands.

She comes from Akwatia in the Eastern Region of Ghana. She had her Secondary education at Swedru Secondary School in the Central Region of Ghana from 1994 to 1996.

With over 25 films to her credit, her film roles include notable performances in Amsterdam Diary, Love & Politics, Church Money, Obaa pa, and many others. She also starred in numerous soap series in Ghana.

Mavis Adjei lives in the Netherlands with longtime boyfriend Geoffrey Osei-Bonsu, a popular TV Director/Business Executive with whom she has three children: two daughters, Tyra and Kayla, and her son, Kieran. Tyra.

Beverly Afaglo

The wife of now defunct Praye Group is on the list of the most beautiful actresses in the country as well. She was recently in the news when she made things clear that she has never attained org.asm ever since she got married. She has been married for more than 5 years now.

According to her; “So truth is, I was exposed, very exposed before marriage but my husband didn’t know. I had to present “the good girl” attitude throughout the courtship period and now marriage. We have been married for 5years and I don’t remember having org.asm even one time.”

She is a product of the Ghana Institute of Journalism and has gotten herself featured in several movies which include;

  • I love you But
  • Return of Beyonce
  • Crime to Christ
  • Prince’s Bride
  • Never Again
  • Single Six
  • Turn Me On
  • Bachelor’s
  • Equatorial Escape
  • Girls Connection
  • The King’s Bride
  • Total Exchange
  • PlayBoy
  • Big Girls Club
  • CEO
  • Sugar
  • Secret Burden
  • About to Wed
  • A Northern Affair (2014)
  • The Game (2010 film)
  • Sidechic Gang

She won the best actress in comedy at the Terracotta Awards in 2010.

Ama Ampofo

The award winning actress is on the list as well. In 2014, she starred as “Claudia” in Shirley Frimpong-Manso’s film, Devil in the Detail, a role that earned her an Africa Movie Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress nomination and a Golden Movie award.

Prior to her impressive movie debut, Ama featured in TV commercials (Fidelity Bank Ghana, Kiss Condom) and music videos (Lies by Sarkodie feat. Lil Shaker.

Martha Ankomah

She has gotten featured in several movies and does things exquisitely when it comes to playing her roles in movies and that has gotten her many awards which include;

  • 2010 Africa Movie Academy Award for Most Promising Actor
  • 2012 Africa Movie Academy Award for Most Promising Actor
  • 2012 Ghana Movie Awards – Best actress in a lead role
  • 2011 Ghana Movie Awards – Best actress in a Supporting role
  • 2011 Ghana Movie Awards – Favourite actress (movie)
  • 2015 Ghana Movie Awards – Best actress in a lead role

Some of the movies she has gotten featured include;


St. James Hotel

All that Glitters

Where is your Mobile?

Power of the gods


Sin of the Soul

Heart of Men

Somewhere in Africa

Sugar Town

A Trip To Hell

Jackie Appiah

Jackie Appiah was born in Canada on December 5. She is the last of five children. She is a Ghanaian Canadian, as she was born in Toronto. She spent her early childhood in Canada, and moved to Ghana with her mother at age 10.

She is popularly known by her maiden name, Appiah even though she married Peter Agyemang in 2005 and has one son. The duo have divorced now but her acting ability is something that can’t be questioned. She has won several awards and has gotten featured in several movies.

Naa Ashorkor

Her starring in the Perfect Picture movie brought her into the limelight. That got her nominated and she ended up winning the Best Actress award in 2010 in the African Movie Awards. She is now mostly into broadcasting and now works with Asaase Radio.

Yvonne Okoro

Born to a Ghanaian mother and a Nigerian father, she is one of those few actresses that boasts of dual citizenship. She made her screen debut in Sticking to the Promise, a 2002 movie produced by the Nigerian producer Theo Akatugba, just after her Senior High Education. She also played a cameo role in the hit series Tentacles by the same producer for Point Blank Media Concepts.

She has therefore gotten featured in several movies after that. She is indeed beautiful.

Nana Ama McBrown

The Kumawood actress can’t as well be taken off the list. She is very very beautiful considering the fact that she is even in her mid-forties and for a woman who is over 40 years to possess such beauty, it’s indeed remarkable.

She has featured in several Kumawood and Ghallywood mobies as well but now hosts the entertainment show on UTV.

Salma Mumin

The pride of the Upper West is on the list as well when it comes to the most beautiful actresses in Ghana. She got her first shot at movies in 2007 when she got featured in a movie dubbed Passion and Soul. She has now featured in all of these movies;

  • What My Wife Doesn’t Know
  • No Man’s Land 
  • Seduction
  • No Apology
  • Passion and Soul
  • College Girls
  • Leave My Wife
  • The Will
  • Amakye and Dede
  • John and John
  • Apples and Bananas

Emelia Brobbey

Bagging awards in her acting career prove the fact that she is also very good when it comes to what she does best. Bon in the Eastern part of Ghana, she is a trained teacher but it appears acting has taken the better part of her half.

Another day has dawned on us and the sun is really bright from where I find myself.

We are today going to talk about our presidents. The presidents Ghana have have had so far and the secondary schools they are attended.

The question which follows is; has your school ever produced a president for the nation? When it comes to the tertiary level, it is only the University of Ghana, Legon, which has produced more presidents for the country.

The likes of the KNUSTs and UCC are yet to produce a president for the country. But our attention today is at the secondary level and it appears one particular school tops it all when it comes to the number of presidents they’ve produced for the country.

-Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

The man of the millennium, the first president of Ghana, the best president Ghana and Africa has seen so far is an alumnus of Achimota College.

After his elementary school at Roman Catholic at Half Assin, he went on furthered his secondary education at Achimota College in 1930.

And the secondary school which produced the first president of Ghana is Achimota College.

-Lt. General Joseph Arthur Ankrah

He spent 3 years in office after been part of the coup d’etat which disposed off Kwame Nkrumah in 1966.

It is believed he attended Accra Academy and was very instrumental in the school’s team.

-Brigadier Akwasi Afrifa

He attended Adisadel College and he is one of those presidents who can be best be described as the president who came to power through the backdoor.

He came to power through a coup detat and it appears he is one of the cause of the woes of the country.

-Edward Akufo-Addo

He attended Achimota College as well just like Nkrumah and graduated in the year 1929.

He ruled the country for two years and was one of the founding fathers of the UGCC-the first political party in the country.

-General Ignatius Kutu Achaempong

Arguably, one of the best presidents the country has ever seen, He ruled the country for close to seven years and his Operation Feed Yourself is one of te most fruitful programmes the country has ever seen

It’s believed he attended Central College of Commerce at Agona Swedru. He is also one president whom I believe won’t be forgotten easily by most Ghanaian women.

-Jerry John Rawlings

The first John of the Fourth Republic and the longest-serving president the country has seen attended Achimota College as well.

He completed Achimota College in the year 1967 and went on to continue at Teshie Military School.

-John Agyekum Kufuor

The Gentle Jack spent 8 years in power and is a product of Prempeh College where he completed in 1958.

-Professor John Evans Fiifi Ata Mills

The ASOMDWE-HENE president is also an alumus of Achimota College. His death whiles in power really brought lots of sadness to all Ghanaians as the soft-spoken gave up the ghost in 2012.

-John Dramani Mahama

The former president of Ghana is also a product of Achimota College.

For those wondering which of the secondary schools our current president attended in the country, I’m sorry to tell you that our current president; Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo Addo didn’t attend any secondary school in Ghana.

He and Dr. Hilla Liman who was the president of the Republic in the year 1981 all had their secondary education outside the country.

We all can see Achimota College is one school which has produced lots of presidents for the country.

Adisco and Accra Aca are one of the few schools which also hold bragging rights as well when it comes to secondary schools in the country which have produced presidents for the country.

Was your school on the list? Mine never came close but we do hope to produce the best president with time.

Today is of course another beautiful day the Lord has made. Talk of beauty is what we intend to have a look at today. Beauty they say lies in the eyes of the beholder but you will agree with me that true beauty lies in the eyes of all.

If one is beautiful, there is no doubt people will see it and attest to the fact this lady is beautiful and the vice versa can be seen by all as well.

When one is ugly there is no doubt everyone will agree to the fact this or that lady isn’t beautiful enough and so can be seen as the true definition of ugliness.

But our attention today is to have a look at some beautiful Ghanaian celebrities who can be classified as true epitome of beauty.

I guess I will need to take a day and focus on the other side as well with time but for now, let have a look at what’s onboard.

A look at some beautiful female celebrities in the entertainment industry is what we intend to focus our attention on today.

Which female celebrity do you think should make the list? Let move back to business as usual;

Hajia Bintu

The only Hajia in the entertainment industry I believe will be making anyone’s list when it comes to Ghanaian female celebrities who are really beautiful.

She is believed to be a student of Koforidua Technical University. The name Hajia Bintu is one name obviously associated with Tik Tok since that’s where she really became popular.

The Tik Tok platform gave her all the attention she is getting when those heavy goods of hers caught the attention of Ghanaians and it appears that has been her major weapon and breakthrough into the entertainment scene.

And that’s something which has really made her made the list of some of the most beautiful female celebrities in the country.

Nana Ama McBrown

The actress now a presenter on UTV can’t of course be taking off this list as well. She is really beautiful and that’s something that throws people off when they realize the beautiful empress is more than 40 years.

She is going to be 44 years this year and it appears she ages with beauty.

Juliet Ibrahim

The 34-year-old actress is indeed a true epitome of beauty as well. She possesses all the qualities which can be described as a true definition of beauty.

The actress recently even won an award as one of the most beautiful women in West Africa and so it appears her beauty even transcends beyond the borders of Ghana.

Therefore there is no way she is going to miss any list when it comes to Ghanaian celebrities who are really beautiful.

Nadia Buari

Wouldn’t it be surprising if she doesn’t make the list? The award-winning actress is 38 years and a mother of three but still continues to glow with beauty.

There is no doubt she is one of the best actresses in the industry with lots of beauty.

Zynnell Zuh

Another name which can’t be taken off the list is that of Zynnel Zuh who hails from the Volta Region of Ghana.

She is always seen glamouring screens with beauty. The actress is also very well known for her philanthropic works.

Martha Ankomah

The actress is one beautiful lady who cannot be taken off the list when it comes to Ghanaian celebrities who are really beautiful in the entertainment industry.

The spinster is yet to get married and there is no doubt there are lots of suitors hitting her inbox each and every day because of her beauty.

Jackie Appiah

This beautiful goddess has been on our screens for a really long time and besides her acting skills, many certainly do admire her beauty as well.

The 37-year-old award-winning actress was born in Canada though but it appears she never forgot her roots.

As she really began acting in Ghana at a very tender age and made name for herself through the popular Ghanaian series Things We Do For Love.

Sister Derby

The self-acclaimed African mermaid can’t be off the list as well. Sister Derby is indeed one of the goddesses of beauty in the industry.

Her relationship with Medikal didn’t go according to plan but that doesn’t take anything away from the fact that she is indeed one of the most beautiful celebrities in the industry.

Yvonne Nelson

Her beauty coupled with her height and her acting ability has earned her a high reputation in the country.

She is really beautiful and the list won’t certainly be complete without her.


The beautiful musician is full of beauty as well aside those interesting music she has been channeling out.

Obaapa Christie

Another musician who cannot be taken off the list is Obaapa Christie. The gospel musician is really filled with beauty aside the beautiful melodies she gives us.

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