Jackie Appiah – Bio, Husband, Children, Twin Sister, Age, Other Facts

Jackie Appiah is one of Ghana’s most famous and most loved actress who debuted her acting career in the movie, Divine Love. With her acting skills and gorgeous looks, the award-winning Canadian born Ghanaian actress also known for roles in such films as The Perfect Picture and Mummy’s Daughter.

She has received a countless number of awards and nominations including the awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role at the 2010 African Movie Academy Awards and Best Actress in a Supporting Role at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2007. She received two nominations for Best Actress in a leading role and Best Upcoming Actress at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2008. Here are 7 Undisclosed facts about Jackie Appiah

Jackie Appiah Biography

Jackie Appiah Agyemang was born on December 5, 1983, in Canada but moved back to Ghana with her mother in 1993, at age 10. She is the last child of five children and her parents’ name is Kwabena Appiah and Janet Owusu. 

Jackie’s father resides mainly in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

She made her first onscreen appearance on the popular TV series Things We Do for Love, and not only were we smitten, She was awesome as most of us practically fell head over heels with her sweet character. Prior to that, she was a runner-up at the Talent Teens Competition and participated in acting dramas at the age of 12 in her local church group.

Acting Career and Awards

jackie-appiah - Jackie Appiah

Her professional acting career began when she was cast as Enyonam Blagogee in the TV series Things We Do for Love.

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Following her onscreen debut, Jackie went on to create a successful acting career including starring in the smash hit movie Beyoncé alongside prominent Ghanaian actors Van Vicker and Nadia Buari, quickly establishing herself as an A-lister.

Jackie Appiah has won numerous awards, including a prestigious Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) for best-supporting actress in 2007.

She hopes to study Entertainment Law or Media Law.


  • Divine Love
  • The Heart of Men
  • Run Baby Run
  • Beyoncé – The President Daughter
  • The Return of Beyoncé
  • Mummy’s Daughter
  • The Love Doctor
  • Royal Battle
  • Princess Tyra
  • I Hate Women
  • Fake Feelings
  • Wind of Love
  • Total Love
  • Passion of the Soul
  • Mortal Desire
  • Pretty Queen
  • The Prince’s Bride
  • The King is Mine
  • Spirit of a Dancer
  • Excess Money
  • Blindfold
  • Before My Eyes
  • Virginity
  • Her Excellency
  • The Perfect Picture
  • Prince of the Niger
  • My Last Wedding
  • Love Games
  • Tears of Womanhood
  • Night Wedding
  • A Cry for Justice
  • 4 Plays
  • 4 Play Reloaded
  • Death after Birth
  • Golden Stool
  • Deadly Assignment
  • Turning Point
  • Wrath of a Woman
  • Blind Lust
  • Black Soul
  • Against My Will
  • Royal Kidnap
  • End of Royal Kidnap
  • The Siege
  • Royal Honour
  • Eye of the gods
  • The Comfoter
  • Palace Slave
  • Throwing Stones
  • Comfort My Soul
  • Above Love
  • Wind of Sorrow
  • Piece of My Soul
  • Cold Heart
  • Golden Heart
  • A Bitter Blessing
  • Queens heart
  • Kings heart

Husband, Children

Jackie-Appiah-and-Ex- husband, Peter Agyemang

Jackie and her husband Peter Agyemang got married in 2005. The couple has a son, Damien. But they are currently divorced after three years of marriage. It wasn’t clear what led to their irreconcilable differences was, that broke the union, but it was obvious they disagree on a lot of things. While Peter Agyemang accused his wife of being a liar, the rumours buzz around the media described the man as a dangerous person.

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Whatever the case may be, both seemed to have moved on with the separate lives without any hope of getting back together again. Their divorce was finalised in 2012, leaving Jackie with the custody of their young son.

Twin Sister

The twin sister saga between Jackie and few women whose resemblance to the popular actress was really striking suddenly trumped the internet. Some of these women claiming resemblance to Jackie include Chioma Avril Rowland (Davido’s girlfriend) and Cameroonian actress Okawa Shaznay who actually worked with Jackie in the movie Sisters at War. For all we know, the Ghanaian actress has four older sisters and definitely doesn’t have a twin sister – by blood at least.

Other Facts

1. Jackie’s face has graced many billboards and magazines. Jackie Appiah has also cashed in on her A list status as she has endorsed many products and was the spokesperson for AID/HIV awareness campaign in Ghana.

2. Her father is the younger brother of the late Joe Appiah, a famous lawyer in Kumasi, and she is the cousin of Kwame Anthony Appiah one of Ghana’s most famous people.

3. Her most uncomfortable moment on screen was playing the role of Kate in the movie, Divine Love. On the other hand, she revealed her best part of acting was playing the role of Princess in Mummy’s Daughter.

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