Jackie Appiah Agyemang (Born on 5 December 1983) is an award-winning Ghanaian Actress, fashion model, influencer, and movie producer. She was born in Toronto, Canada, before moving to Ghana with her mother when she 10 in 1973.
She is the last of 5 children of her parents. Though there was no disclosure of the family on reasons for their return to Ghana but Jackie’s father stayed back in Canada when she returned with her mom. She is of the Ashanti ethnicity.
Her father’s name is Kwabena Appiah, he is the younger brother of the late popular lawyer Joe Appiah in Kumasi and her mother’s name is Janet Owusu.
Jackie Appiah started her early education while in Canada where she attended Deridan Elementary School. Jackie continued her education in Ghana after she returned with her mom when she was ten (10) and got her enrollment in Faith Montessori but later left.
She joined Achimota Preparatory School after she left Faith Montessori, where she became the Girl’s Entertainment Prefect. She furthered her second cycle education in Harvard Senior High School which is now called Harvard College and it is located in Kokomlemle in Accra.
While in secondary school, she was actively involved in her school drama. She was able to finish her second cycle education at Harvard College and she gained admission into the University of Ghana, Legon where she pursued a course in Political Science and Information Studies and graduated with a bachelor’s degree.
After graduating from the university, she went into modeling and modeled for many different brands in Ghana before deciding to try her skill in acting. Jackie’s career took off in 2005 when she first starred in a TV series named “ Things We Do for Love” when she was given the role of Enyonam Blagogee.
Her role in that movie ushered and prepared her into the make-believe industry. She was shy on her first time on set, though she fumbled on “It was a Venus Film Production titled “Divine Love” where she played the role of Kate, the protagonist, but many people did not notice her mistake.
She said her best part was in Mummy’s Daughter by Venus Films, where she played the role of Princess, the daughter, and the film tells the story of the Bartels Family. After that, she took part in many other blockbuster movies in Ghana which includes Tentacles, Games People Play, Sun City, The King is Mine and many more.
After making a name in the Ghana movie industry, she was welcomed in the Nigerian movie industry where she acted in over 90 movies along side celebrities like Tonto Dikeh, Desmond Elliot, Jim Iyke, Rita Dominic and other top rated celebrities.
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Jackie Appiah’s Age
Jackie Appiah was born on the 5th of December, 1983. She is 38 years old. She seems quite younger than most of her contemporaries and one of the youngest and successful females in the movie scene.
Jackie Appiah and Mr. Peter Agyemang tied the knot in 2005. Though Jackie was getting her fame in that same year, the marriage was not so much exposed to the media. It was kept on a low profile. Mr. Peter Agyemang, a businessman seemed to have had a few issues with Jackie Appiah as it was rumored in the media.
Their union got truncated after 3 years of being together but the divorce was finalized in 2012. Both parties seem to have moved on with their personal lives and living happily.
No concrete news has yet been spread about the causes of the failure of their union but everything seems to be well handled by the adults. They have a son together.
The name if their son is Damien Agyemang. Damien was born on the 13th of October, 2005. He is 17 now. He completed his elementary education at Morning Star Junior High School at age 14.
Damien Agyemang held a graduation party for himself and his mates. It is disclosed that he has joined a batch of second-year students enrolling in a reputable senior high school. Though the mother would want the son’s life kept on the low far from the social media, Damien seems to be a social media freak who cannot just live without it.
He is just like every other 21st century child in their teens. Report has it that, he has a girlfriend named Dromo, who he posted on his social media page though there is no proof of that report from him to confirm it.
Also, other reports have it that, he was seen in a picture in one of his posts in a more compromising position with the Ex-president John Mahama’s daughter, Farida Mahama. The young man seems to just be catching some cruise with some of the beautiful and elite daughters of Eve.
His net worth is not disclosed and he is still in school. He might become one of the youngest teen rich kids if his parents will their properties to him now.
- Jackie Appiah featured in a commercial on protection against HIV/AIDS by the Ghana Social Marketing Foundation (GSMF).
- She is an ambassador for Intercom Programming & Manufacturing Co. Ltd – IPMC, Ghana.
- UB Hair Relaxer endorsed Jackie Appiah as an ambassador to promote its product.
- She is also an ambassador of Class Perfumes.
- Jackie Appiah is one of the celebrity ambassadors of Globacom Telecommunications.
During the 3rd Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2007, she was nominated and won the award as the Best Supporting Actress in the movie “The President’s Daughter” where she played the character of “Beyonce”.
She was nominated for Best Actress Leading Role in the movie “The Perfect Picture” in 2010 during 6th Africa Movie Academy Awards,which she won with ease. In that same year, she was nominated at the Ghana Movie Awards for Best Actress in the Movie “4 Plays” which she won. She also won the awards for Best Ghanaian Actress in 2010 by City People Entertainment Awards.
In 2011, she got two nominations out of which she won one. She was nominated for the Ghana Movies Awards as Best Ghanaian Actress and also got nominated for the Nigeria Entertainment Awards as the Pan African Actress of The Year which won.
In 2012, she had a nomination during the Ghana Movie Awards, also she had a nomination at the Ghana National Youth Achievers Awards which she won the award for Performing Arts and also same year, she was nominated for the African Women of Worth Awards as Best Actress which she won.
In 2013, she won quite a few number of awards due to her constant hard work.
She won the award for Best Actress In Drama in the 2013 Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards. In the same year, she was nominated for the Best Actress Leading Role and Glitz Magazine favorite Actress at the 2013 Ghana Movie Awards which she won all two nominations.
Also, she won the NAFCA awards in 2013 for Best Actress Diaspora. She won the Pyprus Magazine Screen Actors Awards for the Best International Actress category. She did not just stop there but also proceeded to win the F.A.C.E List Awards (U.S.A) for Achievement in Africa Entertainment.
In 2014, she got a few nominations such as Best Actress Comedy Role at the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards. Ghana Movie Awards with two nominations, Best Actress Leading Role and Favorite Actress.
In 2015, during the Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards, she was nominated for Best Actress in Comedy. Ghana Movie Awards also nominated her for the category of Favorite Actress.
Jackie Appiah’s net worth is currently estimated at $1.8 million.
- Things We Do For Love
- Divine Love
- The Heart of Men
- The Power of a Woman
- Run Baby Run
- Beyoncé – The President Daughter
- The Return of Beyoncé
- Mummy’s Daughter
- The Love Doctor
- Royal Battle
- Chasing Hope
- Princess Tyra
- The prince’s bride
- Fake Feelings
- Wind of Love
- Total Love
- Passion of the Soul
- Mortal Desire
- Pretty Queen
- The Prince’s Bride
- The King is Mine
- Spirit of a Dancer
- Excess Money
- Before My Eyes
- Career woman
- Passion Lady
- Her Excellency
- The Perfect Picture
- Prince of the Niger
- My Last Wedding
- Love Games
- Tears of Womanhood
- Night Wedding
- A Cry for Justice
- 4 Plays
- 4 Play Reloaded
- Death after Birth
- Golden Stool
- Deadly Assignment
- Turning Point
- Wrath of a Woman
- Blind Lust
- Black Soul
- Against My Will
- Royal Kidnap
- End of Royal Kidnap
- The Siege
- Royal Honour
- Eye of the gods
- The Comforter
- Palace Slave
- Throwing Stones
- Comfort My Soul
- Above Love
- Wind of Sorrow
- Piece of My Soul
- Cold Heart
- Golden Heart
- A Bitter Blessing
- Queens heart
- Kings heart
- Forever young