Kumawood’s sweetheart, Felicity Ama Agyeman, is a Kumasi-born Ghanaian actress, entrepreneur, and brand ambassador who is popularly known in the Ghana Movie Industry and on television commercials as Nana Ama McBrown.
Nana Ama as affectionately called has grown to become one of the home known names in Ghana as far as the Kumawood and Ghallywood movie in concern.
From a humble beginning, Nana Ama has started her acting career from what I will refer to it as a miracle.
According to the seasoned actress and media personality as interviewed by TheBBCghana.Com, she was part of a movie but not necessarily an actress and there were no plans of such nature in her plans as far as sincerity remains her pride.
Nana Ama categorically said that she was part of movie care that was shotting a movie dubbed ‘That Day’, theBBCghana.Com reports.
Accidentally but miraculously, the driver who was meant to drive Fred Amugi a veteran actor from Ghana in the said movie was nowhere to be found when it was time for the driver to appear in the movie scene as arranged.
The director of the movie who was bothered but hopeful asked Nana Ama who was hut an errand girl for the crew at the time to drive the car for the robbery scene.
Young Nana Ama breath in deeply as she finally said yes, upon playing her role so well, the entire crew was shocked and wondered why she hasn’t been in the acting as gathered by the BBC Ghana.
From that day, young Nana Ama was graced to start playing role in the movie scenes and somewhere in her career, McBrown’s role in an Akan movie titles ‘Asoreba’ and ‘Ohiaasomawo’ gave her the huge limelight as her clairvoyant talent shot her to fame.
The biological of one is today one of the top-notch movie actresses and she is comparably classic since she can act in both English and Twi speaking languages.
Nana Ama in an interview with theBBCghana.Com made this known as gathered.
When asked of her salary for that movie that she accidentally ended up acting Nana Ama McBrown said:
“I can’t recollect and I don’t it was huge that much because I remember I only had 2 cedis only in today’s currency on me as at that time as I got home.” as gathered by the BBC Ghana.