REAL NAME: Juliet Ibrahim
STAGE NAME: Juliet Ibrahim
DATE OF BIRTH : March 3, 1986 (age 31)
NET WORTH 2017: Juliet Ibrahim Net Worth is $550,000.
BOYFRIEND: Iceberg Slim
FORMAL SPOUSE: Kwadwo Safo Jnr. (m. 2010–2013)
OCCUPATING: Actress, singer, film producer, humanitarian
Her real name and stage name is Juliet Ibrahim, she is a Ghanaian actress, film producer, singer and humanitarian of Lebanese, Liberian and Ghanaian descent. The fresh face Ghanaian actress is one of the most beautiful actress in Ghana and one of the highest paid entertainer in Ghana. The beautiful Ghanaian actress and film producer has won different awards including “Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards” for her role in 4 Play. The ravishing woman has been referred to as the “Most Beautiful West African Woman” according to A-listers Magazine. Continue to read her complete biography after the cut.
Early Life, Background, Childhood And Education
Juliet Ibrahim was born in Ghana to a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian mother. The Ghanaian actress is the first child in her family and has two sisters; Sonia, Nadia and a brother, Nabil who is the 3rd child in the family. She and her siblings were raised in Lebanon and Ivory Coast due to the war in Liberia. The ever shinning actress is one of the most intelligent, talent -oriented, honest, humble, friendly, ambitious, highly-spirited, and smart lady in the entertainment business . Her hubby is reading, writing, listening to music, dancing, shopping and travelling. She made her film debut in Ghollywood (Ghana movie industry) in “Crime to Christ”, 2007 co-starring Majid Michel one of Ghana’s brightest male acts who is now a clergy man.
Juliet Ibrahim who is considered the “fresh face” of Ghollywood was born on the 3rd of march 1986 to a Lebanese father; Mr. Hussein Ibrahim and a half Liberian/Ghanaian mother; Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Ibrahim. She was raised in different countries which led to her multiple ethnicity, and as a multi lingual lady, she speaks French, Spanish as well as English. Sonia and Nadia are both aspiring actresses and top models taking after their sister Juliet in the entertainment industry. Juliet completed her primary education in Lebanon, then proceeded to Ivory Coast for her secondary education where she lived with her parents. After ruturning to Ghana, she attended Ghana Institute of Languages where she studied English, French and Spanish. She also bagged a degree in Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations at the Ghana Institute of Journalism. According to the beautiful damsel, she still has plans of furthering her education at Gimpa University.
Juliet Ibrahim: Acting Career
Juliet ibrahim’s launch into entertainment with a modelling career as a runway and editorial model; she modeled for the Ghana-Royal Dennis,B exotic, Joyce Ababio, Karim Isaka,Art Michael ,Dark and lovely,Woodin,GTP fabric and she has also featured in countless commercials, notably Wrangler Jeans and Veltins beer . The pretty face actress also featured in the Ghanaian musical group VIP’s music video ‘Me ne me jole’. She officially made her acting debut in the 2005 film “Crime to Christ” starring Majid Michel. Her first Nollywood film was “Yankee Boys” and she has features in more than 50 films afterwards. It was a try at an audition and it turned out to be the unearthing of her hidden Acting talent. In the movie, Juliet played the role of the girlfriend of a notorious armed- robber. She was able to impress the producer of that movie and she end up getting more roles from film producers and directors, especially from Nollywood.
After featuring in her first Nollywood movie “Yankee boys” , she wen ahead to feature in another Nollywood blockbuster “Cash Adventure”. She went back to Ghana to star in “In the eyes of my husband” and “Lost Desire”. She gradually became synonymous with Nollywood as she moves on from one movie set to the other as she exhibits her versatile acting prowess. Juliet has been acting for decades, she has been active from 2004 to present after she made her debut was on 2005 with a movie entitled Crime to Christ. Aside her acting skills, she is widely known for her kind hearted and empathic lifestyle, she is the founder of “Juliet Ibrahim’s Foundation” through which she offers help to the needy in Ghana. Juliet Ibrahim foundation has joined other welfare groups to touch the lives of unfortunate and vulnerable Ghanaians.
The foundation was recently engaged in raising funds for a young boy (15 years) who was in need of Kidney transplant but his family could not afford to fund the procedure. Juliet Ibrahim Foundation (JIF) was launched in December 2011 and it focus on helping the less fortunate who are in urgent need of financial assistance.
The Ghanaian Nollywood actress has revealed she had sèx in a public place not minding people around. She revealed this while speaking with Trybes TV’s On My Honour.
She said, “It was just spontaneous; it wasn’t planned. [We] just went all out. There were a lot of tourists around and nobody could be bothered.”
“You have to be very careful when [you want to do this]. You have to make sure that wherever you are doing it, or trying to do it, it’s allowed, and it is not like a country or place where people will find it offensive.”
“I can’t be bothered. Anything goes,” she said.
“I don’t see it as a big deal. If I see somebody I like, I wouldn’t want the chance to pass me by,” said the actress who later went on to admit that she has “quick temper.”
Juliet Ibrahim: Awards
- 2010: Best Lead Actress in the movie 4play – City People Magazine, Lagos
- 2010: Achievement Award – City People Magazine, Accra
- 2010: Ghana Movie Personality of the Year – City People Magazine, Lagos
- 2014: Best Ghanaian Actress – City People Entertainment
Juliet Ibrahim: Movies, Filmography
- Crime to Christ (2005)
- In The Eyes of My Husband (2007)
- Yankee Boys (2008)
- Naked Weapon (2009)
- Dead End (2008)
- Life after Marriage (2014)
- Number One Fan (2014)
- Shattered Romance (2014)
- Lost Desire (2008)
- Bloodfight (2007)
- Beautiful King (2009)
- Losing You (2008)
- Royal Storm (2009)
- Battle of love (2011)
- 4play reloaded (2010)
- Crazy Scandal (2010)
- Restore My Love (2009)
- Tattoo Boys (2009)
- Missing Child (2009)
- Honor My Will (2008)
- Cash Adventure (2008)
- Hidden (2009)
- Last Hope’ (DNA test)”(2009)
- Queen’s Pride (2009)
- Enemy of My Soul (2009)
- Princess Rihanna (2010)
- Millions (2010)
- 4play (2010)
- Master of the Game (2011)
- Beyond love (2010)
- Marriage of sorrows (2009)
- 30 Days in Atlanta (2014)
- Teens Life (2015)
- Ladan Noma’ (2016)