Meet Charles Naka, the Hollywood dreamer who is starting from his own backyard in Ghana.
Charles Naka, arguably is one of the screen’s new faces to watch out for in 2016. His acting dexterity already puts him head of his peers, thus, forcing entertainment pundits to tip him for success just after few television appearances that he has made.
According to what he told a reporter, “my acting skills started from the church where I regularly thrilled the congregations but now I’m not just thrilling the church, but Ghana as a one big happy family.”
Born on the 26 of October in Ada, Ghana, the former entertainment president of Akim State College has that deep sense of feeling that he, “is cut out to be the next big thing”. Having recognized that passion inside of him, he attended the Ceejaa Multimedia for a six month acting course where, “it was just a stepping stone to shape the greater things to come”, he added.
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Already, having gotten the nod and have starred in ‘Mama Taxi’ on Viasat 1 and ‘Gameover’ on TV3; Charles is virtually everything a producer can wish for in terms of freshness and originality.
What makes the lad unique is his vastness of concentration and his diverse ability to play any role given to him. He is adventurous, bold and daring. He is a composed chap who talks, write and wait for this, dreams a lot.
Nonetheless how this year turns out for him, we can be rest assured that Ghana has found the next heir of brilliance when acting is mentioned.