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19.10.2011 General News

Nikki Samonas Hosts African Movie Review

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Actress Nikki Samonas is often described as a jack of all trades. She tried modeling and did a couple of TV commercials before finally getting into Ghana's movie industry.

Currently, she is trying her hands at TV presentation. At exactly 5pm every Sunday, fans of the actress can catch a glimpse of her on TV3 while she takes viewers through happenings in Ghana's movie industry and beyond.

Dubbed 'African Movie Review', the show is about everything that involves movies including behind the scenes, movie premieres, red carpet events, celebrity news, latest movies on the market, and movie countdown.

There are also segments for box office news, viewers' best movies and a lot more. There are 16 segments in all.

'Things We Do For Love' director, Ivan Quashigah's Farm House Productions in Osu, is behind the show.

The beautiful actress is the host who brings a fresh outlook to TV presentation.

Currently, she is one of Ghana's fastest rising actresses. She is yet to talk about how she finds presenting on TV and acting.

Born Nikoletta Samonas, she is a model and has been an actress for some years. She had a stint with Ghana's movie industry a few years ago after she was given a minor role by Abdul Salam in Venus Film's hit movie, 'Beyonce.'

By then she was at the Kwame Nkrumah University Of Science and Technology. Later, she played lead in AA production's ' Pretty Queen'.

Since then, she has starred in movies like ' Beyonce 1&2', 'War of Roses', 'Desperate Measures', 'Deadly Obsession', 'Pretty Queen', 'Wrong Line', 'DNA Test' and 'Red Label' .

'Acting was never in my plans. It was modeling. I started with advert modeling on TV before Salam brought me into the movies,' she once said.

She did ads for Septrin soap in 2008, TiGo telecommunication network between 2007 and 2008 and Eclat gel in 2009.

 By Francis Addo
 
 
 
 

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