Majid Michel Erawoc was born on September 22, 1980, in Accra, Ghana, to Michel Erawoc, a Lebanese, and Paulina Olympio, a Ghanaian. Majid was raised in Accra along with his nine siblings. Majid attended St. Theresa’s Primary School, and later on, the cream of the crop Mfantipim Secondary School where he was actively involved in the school’s drama club. Afterwards, he enrolled in the Academy of Screen Arts which is affiliated with Ashesi University.
Majid admits to not being fond of school at a young age.Majid began his acting career when he snug a role as “Shaker” in the theatrically successful TV series “Things We Do for Love.” Following his success, Majid made a smooth transition to the big screen when he appeared in his first movie “Divine Love,” alongside Jackie Appiah, and Van Vicker. On the heels of the success of his first, Majid has starred in one hit movie after another.
However, what makes Majid unique and set him apart is his versatility as an actor. Majid is known for his ability to embody his character and his penchant for taking on challenging roles. In his leisure time, Majid loves to draw and enjoys Martial Arts.
Tears of Womanhood
Crime to Christ Agony of the Christ
Royal Battle (GHANA)
Passion of the Soul