I Love Handsome Guys – Actress Ella Mensah

Ghanaian actress Ella Mensah says one of the things she looks out for

in men is their looks. She explains that though she loves good looking

guys, her body is the sole preserve of the man in her life. Ella

started her movie career in Ghana, meandering through rain and shine

to carve her name on the rocky book of greatness – a quest that landed

her in Nollywood. She has so far featured in over 20 movies and still

counting. She recently spoke with fourcournermag.com: Who actually is

Ella Mensah? Ella is a nice girl, I am humble, fun, love to dance and

have fun when I am less busy. Tell us about you growing up. It was

peaceful. I grew up with my mum and my step dad. I got to know my real

dad when I was 19 years old. I am from an average home. What is your

relationship with your real dad like? We are cool not too close but we

are good. How did you get into acting? I studied journalism in the

university. It was during my National Service period that I discovered

acting is my passion. I love acting, I love to be in front of the

camera. A friend invited me to accompany her to an audition so when we

got there I decided to try and the rest is history. Tell us more about

the challenges on your journey to stardom I'm not even where I want to

be yet. Personally I don't see anything as a challenge in life. They

are just obstacles and I always find a solution. Let's just say I am

yet to face any. How do you manage scandal and rumours? People will

always insinuate and speculate so I just ignore them. They don't

really disturb me, Ella Mensah. Do you want to play a tragic

character? Yes I'm looking forward to it and some challenging roles

like going mad in a movie or a poor person in a movie. What's your

greatest fear? I don't fear anything in life. I believe that

everything that happens to me, happens for a reason. Can you act nude

in a movie? Never! Why will I ever want to be nude in a movie? For

what? My body is for my man alone! Did you get the 2013 Range Rover

birthday gift you had wished for? Not yet, but I will…soon. My biggest

gift is the arrival of my son. He changed my life. Are you married or

a single mother? I'm not married and I'm not single….. (smiles) What

is your take on marriage? It's a beautiful thing and I love it. I

can't wait. What do you look out for in your dream man? I just have to

connect with him and he has to be handsome. Tell us about your

relationship with your colleagues? Great and fantastic. I'm cool with

everyone and I respect them Which of them did you enjoy working with?

Artus Frank, Patience Ozorkor, Angela Okorie, De Aneke and a whole

lot! I love them all.

BUT DO WE HAVE UNHANDSOME GUYS? Lol…..and what makes a man handsome?

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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