Renowned actress Jackie Appiah has received multiple acting honors and nominations, including Best Actress in a Leading Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2010 and Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the Africa Movie Academy Awards in 2007.
She received two nominations in the Best Actress in a Leading Role and Best Upcoming Actress categories of the 2008 Africa Movie Academy Awards.
In Ghana, Appiah’s image can be seen on numerous billboards and TV advertisements, including one for the GSMF which promotes HIV/AIDS prevention.
She was chosen as the face of U.B. in a promotion she carried out for them in TV commercials, and she is presently the IPMC billboard and advertising face. She appeared in her first TV ad, “GSMF.”
Jackie Appiah was born to her mother Janet Owusu and her father Kwabena Appiah. Her Kwabena Appiah is a resident of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is the younger brother of the late Joe Appiah, a well-known lawyer in Kumasi.
She is currently one of Ghana’s top 10 richest women, and her achievement is evidence of that. Appiah currently has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million which is money she has earned from her acting career and is an entrepreneur.
Three years after getting married to Peter Agyemang, Jackie Appiah ended her relationship with him. They split up because they had problems with their marriage that they were unable to resolve together. They were wed in 2005.
Jackie Appiah’s Hometown
On December 5, 1983, Jackie Appiah was born in Toronto, Canada. She is the last daughter of her parents. She was born in Toronto, making her a Canadian-Ghanaian.
She was born and spent her early years in Canada before moving to Ghana at the age of ten with her mother.
Jackie Appiah’s Parents and Siblings
Appiah was born to her parents Janet Owusu and Kwabena Appiah. The couple has five daughters together of which Jackie is the last. Her lookalike sister Nana Ama Regina is the only known sibling of the actress at the moment.