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|Birth||5 November 1975, Accra, Ghana|
Fred Nuamah (born Frederick Kwaku Nuamah; November 5, 1975) is a Ghanaian actor, film director and producer best known for his role in the movie The Game. He is the co-founder and CEO of Ghana Movie Awards, an annual award show that recognises excellence in the Ghanaian film industry).
Life and career
Nuamah was born in Accra, and hails from Ada and Obuasi, a city located in Ashanti Region Southern part of Ghana.
His rose to prominence after he starred in the movie Matters of the Heart in 1993. He went on to play supporting roles in films including The Prince Bride, Heart of Men, Material Girl and 4 Play. In 2010, Nuamah appeared in The Game , directed by Abdul Salam Mumuni.
Nuamah played a role in Amakye and Dede which premiered at the Silverbird Cinemas in Accra on March 26, 2016.
Ghana Movie Awards
On 1 January 2009, Nuamah founded the Ghana Movie Awards where he holds the position of CEO.
He was previously married to Martekor Quaye, but divorced her in April 2019.
- Matters of the Heart, 1993 (Cameo Role)
- The Prince Bride (Supporting Role) 2009
- The Heart of Men (Supporting Role) 2009
- The Game, 2010
- Material Girl (Supporting Role) 2010
- 4 Play (Supporting Role) 2010
- Temptation (Supporting Role) 2010
- 4 Play Reloaded (Supporting Role) 2011
- Pool Party (Supporting Role) 2011
- Amakye and Dede, 2016