One of Ghana’s sexiest lead actresses in the Ghanaian movie industry, Pascaline Edwards has accused movie producers and directors of not using her to star in movies.
According to her, this explains why movie fans who would love to see her on the screens, have not seen her for a long while now.
“A Stab in the Back” is the movie that shot Pascaline Edwards into stardom, which went a long way to hone her talent and unveil her as a movie actress.
Speaking in an interview with Sammy Forson on e-TV on a talk show dubbed “Exposure”, the movie goddess observed that sometimes when movie producers give her scripts for consideration, before she would accept the role, the movie is already being promoted and marketed in the media.
“Some of my colleague actors, who do not even know my whereabouts, sometimes tell movie producers who seek for me that I am not in the country.
All these have contributed to my long absence in the movie industry,” she stressed.
Mrs. Edwards called on her fans not be disturbed about her absence in the movie industry, and promised them to keep their fingers crossed since she would be coming back with a big bang.
Pascaline Edwards, who is in her early 40s is married to an ex-soldier, with whom she has a son. She loves to keep her hair in locks, and loves cooking and working out in the gym to keep her body and beauty in shape. She owns a fitness center in Tema, and also runs a private acting school.
Pascaline Edwards would soon be unveiling a talk show, which would address all manner of issues. She promised to invest some of the proceeds from the talk show into giving homeless children a dream of their life.No tags for this post.