Nikki Samonas | Early life, Career & many more
- Name: Nikoletta Samonas
- Date of Birth: 5th of September 1985
- Citizenship: Ghanaian
- Place of Birth: Tema, Accra – Ghana
- Profession: Actress
She is a Ghanaian actress, born in Tema, Accra – Ghana to a greek father and Ghanaian mother, on the 5th of September 1985. She is one of the most influential Ghanaian actresses and among the richest, with a career spanning over a decade.
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Samonas attended Holy Child High School before proceeding to Kwame Nkrumah University and technology in 2009, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Art in communication design.
Samonas became famous in 2005 when she was featured in a TV series, “Ladies and Gentlemen.” Since then, Samonas has been featured in various movies both in Ghana and Nollywood.
In 2010, she became the presenter of the “African Review Show,” during which she became a commercial model.
She directed her first movie in 2015, titled Love at the Time of Odwira. The short film received positive reviews upon release.
Last year, Samonas revealed during an interview with Graphic Showbiz about her intention of becoming a master of ceremonies (MC).
She said she decided after a slump in the Ghanaian movie industry.
Nikki Samonas – Personal Life
Ghanaian actress and entrepreneur, born Nikoletta Samonas, has revealed why she is not married at her age despite being “ripe” for marriage.
The actress said she hasn’t walked down the aisle with her Mr. Right yet because she wants to put herself together before getting married.
From her perspective, marriage is not a bed of roses nor a walk in the park, so it should be approached with maximum preparedness.
It is coming a few days after Medikal slammed Nikki for supporting strongman.
He wrote on his official twitter account that “If I start to release your keys er, ego under u, mobile money fo.”
Nikki Samonas – Why I’m still not married at my age
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Samonas made this revelation at KNUTSFORD University during a “Questions & Answer” segment.