Ama K. Abebrese born Ama Konadu Abebrese is a Ghanaian-British actress, television presenter and a producer.
She was born on the 3rd of May, 1980 in Ghana but she grew up in West London in the United Kingdom. In 2011, She won the AMAA Awards for the Best Actress for a leading role in the movie Sinking Sands.
She starred in the 2018 movie Azali which the first ever Ghanaian movie to be selected for the Oscars.
Let’s delve into the biography of the talented actress.
Ama K. Abebrese Full Name
Her full name is Ama Konadu Abebrese but she is widely known as Ama K. Abebrese.
Ama K. Abebrese Age
She was born on the 3rd of May, 1980 in Ghana but she grew up in West London in the United Kingdom. She is 40 years old as of the year 2020.
Ama K. Abebrese Hometown
She hails from Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
Ama K. Abebrese Early Life and Education
After completing Burlington Danes Academy she moved on to attend William Morris Sixth Form in Hammersmith . She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Media Arts and Drama which she earned from the St Mary’s University, Twickenham.
Ama K. Abebrese Career
Ama has had great successes in her career. She is mostly known for her roles in the movies Sinking Sands, Beast of No Nation, Tears of the Sun among many others.
In 2011, She won the AMAA Awards for the Best Actress for a leading role in the movie Sinking Sands. She starred in the 2018 movie Azali which the first ever Ghanaian movie to be selected for the Oscars.
In the movie Beast of No Nation, she plays the role of the mother to the lead young actor Abraham Attah.
She has over two decades experience when it comes to Television presenting. She started as a teen at YCTV in London. She has presented on BBC2, OBE TV, Viasat 1, TV3, Ebonylife TV and many more.
She has managed to interview some of the world’s most renowned celebrities such as Idris Elba, Rihanna, Neyo, Akon , Ziggy Marley among many others.
She hosted the 2013 edition of the AMAA Awards with Nollywood actress Dakore and comedian Ayo Makun.
She was named among C Hub magazine’s 100 most influential ‘African Women Influencers’ of the era 2014/15.
She is the founder of the “I Love My Natural Skintone, a Say NO to Skin Bleaching” campaign, which she launched in 2014.
The foundation seeks to address issues of skin bleaching and encourage African people to embrace their natural skin tones.
Ama K. Abebrese Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
She goes by the handle @ama_k_abebrese on Instagram, @Ama_K_Abebrese on Twitter and Ama K Abebrese on Facebook.