Ghollywood has produced a number of great actors and actresses who have appeared in a variety of films.
These Ghanaian women have done an excellent job representing the Ghallywood film business, with the majority of their films being sold to the well-known production company Netflix.
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Jackie Appiah is among the richest female celebrities in Ghana, with a net worth of $1.0 million. Jackie has appeared in numerous Hollywood and Ghallywood films, including Princess Tyra, To Love a Prince, Pretty Queen, My Last Wedding, and others. She has also appeared in television commercials for U.B. relaxers and GSMF. This woman is on top of her game and excels at what she does, as seen by her ability to profit from her abilities.
Yvonne Nelson is a well-known Ghanaian actress, model, film producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur. She was born in Accra, Ghana, on November 12, 1985. She is 36 years old right now. She is from the Ghanaian city of Cape Coast. She began her studies at Accra's St. Martin De Porres School and afterward attended Accra's Aggrey Memorial Senior High School.
Yvonne Nelson attended Central University College in Ghana and earned a Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource Management after completing her primary and secondary school education. She competed in the famous Miss Ghana beauty contest in 2005 but was unable to win.
Her acting career began in the year 2000. She rose to prominence in 2007 after acting in the Ghanaian hit film "Princess Tyra." She proceeded to Nigeria after her triumph in Princess Tyra and shot roughly five more movies, launching her career in Nollywood and making her a public icon in Nigeria. With a net worth of $1 million, Yvonne Nelson is among the richest female celebrities in Ghana.
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Deloris Frimpong Manso
Delay is a well-known television personality in the county. She began her career as a presenter at the age of 17 with Nkawkaw's Life FM.
She has been vocal about debunking claims that African women are powerless and incapable of standing on their own all over the world.
Delay is currently the CEO of Maxgringo productions, as well as the owner of Delay mackerel and sardines and host of "the Delay Show." She is estimated to be worth $1.5 million.
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Manso Shirley Frimpong
She is a well-known Ghanaian film director, screenwriter, and producer. Shirley Frimpong Manso's net worth is believed to be $7 million. She earned it by directing and producing various films. Different Shades of Blue, a television series, Personalities Kitchen, a cookery show, and two Miss World semifinalists are among her credits. She is now one of the richest female celebrities in Ghana.
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Lydia Forson is the founder and CEO of Kinky Matters, Unapologethick, and The Core F.C., and is a Ghanaian actress, writer, producer, activist, and entrepreneur.
She was nominated for the E! People's Choice Awards and won the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role in 2010.
The talented actress was born in 1984, and her first film role was in the 2005 film "Hotel St. James." The actress's filmography now includes more than 15 films.
Lydia Forson has a net worth of $1 million, making her one of the richest female celebrities in Ghana.
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