Chris Attoh – An actor and a presenter, one of the popular face you see on tinsel. He started from Groove Fm where he did his national service after which he went to Choice Fm and was later poached by Metropolitan TV popularly known as Metro TV, where he hosted the show dubbed “Links”. He also hosted few episodes of Smash TV as well as a very popularly show then on GTV called the “Show Time”. He was later at Capital Radio in Kumasi where he presented the Jazz Nite. Chris attended Achimota Secondary School now Achimota High School and did his Sixth form at the Accra Academy School. later went to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where he read painting and later moved to London to study Banking and Security. Indeed he is a very dynamic and eloquent personality Ghana is proud to boast of.
OC Ukeje attended Federal Government College, Ijanikin and then moved on to the University of Lagos, Akoka campus for his undergraduate studies. In 2009, he attended the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles for a course in Acting. OC won the 2nd edition of the Amstel Malta Reality program which earned him the starring role in Izu Ojukwu’s celebrated film “White Waters” alongside Joke Silva and Rita Dominic. He won an AMAA in 2008 in Best new actor category and City People’s award for the same category. After attending New York Film School in 09, OC has continued to impress industry watchers. He has won roles in high profile films such as “Black Gold” directed by Jeta Amata, “Kidnap” produced by Emem Isong and Kenneth Gyang’s “Confusion na wa”.
Wale Ojo plays the role of Bayo in “Meet the Adebanjo’s”. Wale’s career spans over two decades. He started out as a child actor and has many theatre, television and film credits under his belt. His most recent television credits include “The No 1 Ladies Detective Agency” with Gill Scott and playing a Niger Delta militant in the new NBC series “The Philantropist” with James Purefoy. Wale has worked alongside greats such as Norman Beaton and Wole Soyinka. You will see him among Hollywood legends in upcoming films “Jonny English” with Rowan Atkinson and “The Guard” with Don Cheadle.
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