Popular Ghanaian actress and Television personality Jocelyn Dumas turned 43 today, Thursday, August 31.
She marked the occasion with a social media post expressing excitement for the year ahead.
"Another year of adventure awaits me... excited about the possibilities. Happy birthday to me," Jocelyn Dumas wrote on Twitter.
Born in Accra in 1980, Dumas attended Archbishop Porter Girls High School where she became an Entertainment Prefect and studied in the United States, earning a degree in Administrative Law.
She has been a major figure in Ghana's film and entertainment industry for over a decade since getting her breakthrough with a role in 2009's "Perfect Picture," and shot to prominence with parts in Shirley Frimpong-Manso's "Adams Apples" series and other films.
Beyond acting, Dumas has co-produced the beauty pageant Miss Malaika Ghana, founded her own production company, and hosted entertainment programs.
She is seen as someone who believes in giving back to society, especially where children are concerned.
Her passion for philanthropic work led to the establishment of The Joselyn Canfor-Dumas Foundation (JCDF) to help address the needs of vulnerable children from all backgrounds and regions of Ghana.