Stars actress Lydia Forson returned home on Tuesday after over a week’s stay in Liberia where she shot her latest movie with some of the crème de la crème actors in Africa’s movie industry.
The bubbly actress left Ghana on Saturday May 5 to join the host of other poplar actors from selected African countries on her new project. It was her first time working in Liberia and she spent over a week there.
NEWS-ONE sources earlier mentioned Nollywood’s Desmond Elliot; Ivie Okujaye, AMAA 2012 Promising Actor; Bobby Obodo, a Canadian-based Nigerian, Morris K. Sesay from Sierra Leon and some Liberian actors as some of the stars on the project.
NEWS-ONE is yet to contact her and find out what went down in Liberia and talk about the production. Lydia is one remarkable actress to have come out of Ghana, as she has passion for what she does on the screens.
Since last year, she has been traveling out of Ghana for different projects. This year, she was at the African Movie Academy Awards as a special guest. Lydia recently celebrated her mother’s 60th birthday. Prior to that, her fourth appearance at the prestigious African Movie Academy Awards in Nigeria was the subject of discussion.
The bubbly actress presented an award for Best Young/Upcoming Actor category to Nigeria’s Ivie Okujaye who won for her role in the movie ‘Alero’s Symphony’. Lydia raised the flag of Ghana high on stage that night. Her first AMAA appearance was in 2009 when she was nominated for Promising Actress of the Year.
In 2010, she went as a nominee and fortunately returned to Ghana as a co-winner of Best Actress In Leading Role for her performance in ‘Perfect Picture’ by Sparrow Production.