Jackie Appiah

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Jackie Appiah Basic Information

Stage Name: Jackie Appiah
Real Name: Jackie Appiah
Occupation: Actress, Brand Influencer, and Entrepreneur
Date Of Birth/Age: 5 December 1983 (40 Years Old)
Place of Birth: Toronto, Canada
Gender: Female
Nationality: Canadian-Ghanaian
Marital Status: Divorced
  • Derrydown Public School
  • Faith Montessori, Accra
  • Achimota Preparatory School.
  • Harvard College, Accra.
Height: 5Ft 4In
Net Worth: $1.5 Million

Jackie Appiah Biography

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On December 5, 1983, Jackie Appiah was conceived in Toronto, Canada. She is the last of five kids. She was born in Toronto. Hence she is a Canadian-Ghanaian. She was born and spent her early years in Canada before moving to Ghana at ten with her mother. Before coming to Ghana for high school, she had her early education at Derrydown Public School in Toronto, Ontario. Before transferring to Achimota Preparatory School, she continued her education at Faith Montessori in Accra and participated in many schools plays. She is also well-known for her work in movies such as Princess Tyra, Passion of the Soul, Beyoncé – The President’s Daughter, and others.



Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

Janet Owusu and George Appiah gave birth to the actress in Canada as one of their five children. The father of Jackie Appiah is Kwabena Appiah, a resident of Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and the younger brother of the late Joe Appiah, a well-known lawyer in Kumasi.

Jackie Appiah ensures her family avoids unnecessary publicity by keeping their lives as private as possible. The mother of Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah, Janet Owusu, first appeared in 2019 when Jackie flaunted her on Instagram. She then reappeared in 2022 to celebrate her daughter’s birthday.


Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

Although the identity of the other four children has not been made public, Jackie Appiah is the last of five children, and it is believed that all of them are female.


Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

The union of Jackie Appiah and Peter produced a son by the name of Damien Agyemang.


Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

Peter Agyemang and Appiah were married in 2005; they have one son. For unknown reasons, Jackie and her ex-husband split in 2008 after getting married in October 2005. However, according to sources, Jackie and Peter have cooperated to raise their child despite separating.


Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

The youthful and endearing Jackie Appiah became interested in performing while living in Toronto and started frequently appearing in school plays at the end of the year. Jackie, then 12 years old, relocated to Ghana in 1995 to live with her older sister, but she never gave up acting as a passion. She went on to Achimota Preparatory School to further her schooling. She was elected the Girls’ Entertainment Prefect in Achimota, which fueled her enthusiasm for the arts. She applied to be an actress on the Hal Jackson Talent Teens Show around that time to be considered for the opportunity to perform at the renowned Apollo Theatre.

The 17-year-old was heartbroken after finishing as the first runner-up in the talent competition, but it didn’t stop her from pursuing her acting goals. Jackie Appiah is a Ghanaian actress who has worked in both television and film, as well as as a spokesperson and brand ambassador. Jackie Appiah made headlines in 2001, shortly after graduating from Achimota Preparatory, when she was selected to join the cast of “Things We Do for Love” by playwright Edward Seddoh Junior. As the sweet and innocent Enyonam Blagogee, she had a recurring role and won the hearts of Ghanaian fans.

Jackie appeared in the Ghana Social Marketing Foundation (GSMF) commercial on HIV/AIDS prevention as part of the series created to educate people about sexual and reproductive health.

Three years of “Things We Do for Love” were spent on television, and Jackie Appiah coupled her acting career with her studies in public arts at Harvard College in Accra. ‘Divine Love,’ a 2004 film starring Majid Michel and Van Vicker and directed by Jayke Aernan, gave her her first official lead acting role.

Through her several popular Ghanaian movies, such as Beyoncé – The President’s Daughter, Princess Tyra, Passion of the Soul, Pretty Queen, The Prince’s Bride, The King is Mine, and The Perfect Picture, Jackie Appiah was already becoming well-known in Nollywood. Later, she appeared in other TV shows, including Tentacles, Games People Play, Sun-city, and many others. She is called the Maestro and Queen of the “film business” in Ghana.

In the movie “Sleep Walker,” starring Genevieve Nnaji and Ramsey Noah, she got her first acting job outside of Ghana in 2007. Her famous Nollywood movies include My Last Wedding, where she co-starred with Emeka Ike, and Black Soul, where she co-starred with Nollywood actor Ramsey Noah.

Since then, Jackie Appiah has had numerous film appearances, including those in the following films: Beyonce, The Return of Beyonce, Princess Tyra, Passion and Soul, 4play, 4play Reloaded, The King Is Mine, Perfect Picture, Death after Birth, Stigma, and Prince’s Bride. Jackie also accomplished another career milestone in 2012 when she was prominent in the Hollywood/Nollywood drama movie “Turning Point,” written and directed by Niyi Towolawi and starring Jackie Appiah, K.D. Aubert, Todd Bridges, Ernie Hudson, Patience Ozokwor, and others.

Jackie Appiah’s acting prowess has earned her numerous accolades, nominations, and awards in Ghana, Africa, and the Diaspora. Her awards include the African Movie Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for ‘Beyonce’ (2007), the Arts Critics and Reviewers Association of Ghana (ACRAG) Award for Best Actress (2007), the African Movie Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for ‘Perfect Picture’ (2010), Ghana Movie Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role for ‘4play’ 2010, Best Pan-African Actress (2011), and City People’s Entertainment Awards for Best Ghanaian Actress (2010).

Jackie Appiah also serves as an ambassador for a number of companies, including Globacom Telecommunications, Class Perfumes, UB Hair Relaxer, and IPMC. Every year, the actress chooses a group of those in need to celebrate her birthday or Christmas with. In addition, she gives her annual income to various institutions, including TV3 Talented Kids, Dzorwulu Special School, Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Chosen Rehab Center, and Special School.

Net Worth

Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

Jackie Appiah Is reportedly said to be worth an estimated $1.5 Million


Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

Jackie Appiah is a lover of cars and has quite a collection. Her garage hosts some luxury cars—most of the vehicles Range Rovers.


Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

Earlier in 2022, after the first videos of her opulent multi-million dollar estate appeared online, Ghanaian actress Jackie Appiah was in the news virtually every day. However, the exterior of the affluent actress’s compound was just as spectacular. It had a substantial garage and a sizable pool.


Jackie Appiah, Yours Truly, People, February 23, 2024

It would not be easy to list all the movies Jackie Appiah has appeared in. The “Queen of Ghana-Screens” has appeared in a variety of films and television programs, including:

  • Things We Do For Love
  • Divine Love
  • The Heart of Men
  • The Power of a Woman
  • Run Baby Run
  • Beyoncé – The President’s 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
  • Blindfold
  • Before My Eyes
  • Virginity
  • 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

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