George Opoku-Serebuoh was born in Ghana in the late 70’s to a close knit-family of the Opoku-Serebuoh’s. He hails from Ejisu, home of the legendary Yaa Asantewaa. This was to be George’s home until he migrated to the UK at five years old where he did his primary, secondary and college studies.
After four years at Middlesex University Business School, George graduated with a BA (Hons) in Business Administration. During his university days, he developed interest in the art industry especially acting and worked on and off as an extra, taking part in various productions and adverts in the U.K.
Being a determined young man, George quickly got bored of being an extra in films and decided to follow his passion squarely. He also wanted to express himself which was impracticable as an extra, therefore, he enrolled to study drama at the City Lit, where his confidence grew with each passing week.
Whilst at the City Lit, George was also attending Identity Drama School at the Arcola Theatre, which was set up by his friend from secondary school, Femi Oguns. By this time George had secured himself an agent and has gained valuable experience having taking part in different productions. He is also a model.
Presently, George works with a local authority where he met Lady Tee Jay and found out that they had mutual interests. Eventually, he became part of A.M.P.A (Association of Multi-national Performing Artistes), and is looking forward to taking part in future productions. He loves Nollywood and hopes that in future Ghanaian artistes would also be forces to be reckoned with.
The other interests in George’s life is his family, friends, reading books, working out and staying healthy, listening to music, going to the cinema and going to church.
Without Almighty God nothing would be possible. This is more important than anything else to George, to have the love and fear of God him.
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