Ada Ameh is a Nigerian actress who has spent more than two decades in the Nigerian movie industry and is most notable for her character as Anita in 1996 movie titled “Domitilla” and as Emu Johnson in the award-winning Nigerian Tv series titled The Johnsons.
Ameh In 1995 officially became part of the Nigerian movie industry Nollywood and received her first movie role in 1996 where she played the character Anita in the movie “Domitila” a movie that eventually became a successful and solid project.
The popular and hilarious Nollywood actress had her first child at the age of 14 and according to her; she was dragged down that path by peer pressure. She was once reported saying, “Sometimes, I ponder on that. I had a child when I was just 14.
In 2017 a chieftaincy title was conferred on Ameh in Benue State. The Benue state talented actress is a producer, philanthropist and an advocate of the girl child education development project. She has received accolades with in and out side the country for excellence.
No doubt, Ada is popular and everywhere on the silver screen, giving life to roles she is cast to interprete. If she does not reach you in a film or in a standup comedy show, you are sure to feast on her gifted talent on television, particularly on the now very popular family drama series by Native Media, The Johnsons, where she plays ‘Emuakpo Johnson,’ or ‘Emu’ for short, the semi-illiterate wife of the screen character, Lucky Johnsons.
She dropped out of school when she was pregnant with her baby, although went back to sit for the GCE as an external candidate and went on to get a diploma in Cosmetology.
Ada Ameh who is now a popular star that rose from rags to riches is now a strong woman who protects children rights as she once said in the past that "a child should never be seen as an embarrassment". The next picture below is photo of her beautiful child.
Ada who was born in Lagos into a family of 11 children, had five elder brothers and five younger sisters. Her dad was a naval officer who was very friendly with his kids and her mother sold food and was a businesswoman.
She attended Army Children’s School 4, Ajegunle, Lagos, for elementary education. She went to three secondary schools. The first was the Idoma Community Secondary School, Otobi, in Benue State and the second was Wesley High School, Otukpo, also in Benue State. Finally, she came back to Lagos and attended Adeolu Secondary School, Ajegunle.
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