The Ghanaian singer and actress announced on Instagram she will make a cameo appearance in a Spanish movie directed by award-winning Spanish director Paco Leon and distributed by Netflix.
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Titled ‘Rainbow’, the feature film is a coming-of-age story of a teenager with extraordinary musical talent who leaves home with her dog after an argument with her father. A modern-day adaptation of the American musical Wizard of Oz, the film will incorporate music, dance, fashion, plastic arts, and other aspects of contemporary culture.
The Ghanaian-Romanian actress born Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu did not reveal her role in the movie. However, she disclosed she was recommended by her friend, Lapili, a Spanish musician.
Captioning her post, she wrote; Last year I ‘cameod’ in an amazing Netflix Spain movie created by @pacoleon #Rainbow #RainbowPeli We shot our scene over 12 hours at the outskirts of Madrid, Spain in the blazing hot summer (my favorite time of the year). Thanks to my superstar friend @lapili_ for recommending me! Being a part was so much fun. It’s out on @netflixes on 30 September 2022!
The actress has been making waves in the movie industry for a while now after she made her debut in 2015 with her first movie been feature film titled 14: 32 which premiered in Ghana at the National Theatre on September 3, 2015.
In the movie, she played the role of Dofi.
Deborah Vanessa Owusu-Bonsu was born in Ghana to an Ashanti father and a Romanian mother.
She is a television show host, model, musician, academic and graphic artist.
She is the sister of popular hiplife musician Wanlov the Kubolor who starred in the film Coz Ov Moni.
Owusu-Bonsu attended Christ the King International School, then Wesley Girls’ High School.
Owusu-Bonsu graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Publishing Studies from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology followed by a Master's Degree in Book/Journal Publishing from the University of the Arts London.
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