Nana Ama Mcbrown is certainly a favorite of the people and one of the few celebrities, anyone can mention as a role model.
In a recent interview with Emelia Brobbey on her ‘Okukuseku’ sho, the A-list actress and mother of one shared a story of how she hustled while growing up and some of the endurances she had to face.
In this lively interview, Nana Ama revealed that she used to drive trucks from Ghana to Cote D’Ivoire to deliver goods and that experience later helped her land a role in the movie industry.
She also mentioned that she used to be a call center girl, before going to try football, but had to quit along the line as she was always busy and couldn’t perform her house chores, so she had to abandon that dream and chase another.
She also narrated how she persevered when she made an attempt to get a role but was not picked at a film audition she attended and ended up as Costumer on set, then gradually warmed her way into the director’s heart, who then gave her a role.
Watch that exciting video below: