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Adjetey Anang

Date of Birth | July 8, 1943 (77 years)


Ghanaian actor, Adjetey Anang was born on July 8, 1973, in Ghana. He attended Labone High School, Labone, Ghana; and the University of Ghana, Legon, from where he holds a degree in Fine Arts and a master’s degree in Dramatic Arts from Wits University, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Anang began his acting career as a stand-in for an absent actor at script rehearsals of Nyankunton Players for GTV Ghana. He eventually landed the role due to the actor’s long absence. Anang came into prominence in his bad boy role of “Pusher” in the rested TV series, “Things We Do for Love” (1999-2000). Anang’s plausible performance is seen in: Madam Pink (2005), Life and Living It (2008), The Perfect Picture (2009), A Sting in Tale (2009), Masquerades (2011), Addams Apples: film series (2011-2012), Rain (2012), Letters to My Mother (2013), Alvina: Thunder and Lightning (2013), Cheaters (2013), Potomanto (2013), The Hunters (2014), Double-Cross (2014), Devil in the Detail (2014), Pieces of Me (2015), Chronicles of Odumkrom (2015), Interception (2015), Cartel (2015), Children of the Mountain (2016), No Man’s Land (2016), Like Cotton Twines (2016), Keteke (2017), Potato Potahto (2017), Hero (2017), Sink or Swim: The Perilous Journey (2017), Kintampo (2017), My Ghanaian Wedding (2017), Selfie (2017), Asylum is Down (2018), and Sidechic Gang (2018).

Anang is also notable for performances on stage. His stage credit includes: “Meet the Beggar” (2014), “Divorce or Suiside” (2015), “What Happened to Courtship” (2016), “Ghana Must Live Again” (2016), “I Can’t Think Far” (2016), “Prison Graduates” (2017), “Judas and Delilah” (2018),

Anang is married to Elorm Anang. He has a son.
Twitter: @adjeteygh
Instagram: @adjeteyanang