Eddie Watson Junior

Eddie Watson Steps A Year Further


Actor Eddie Watson has joined Ghanaian celebrities who are celebrating their birthday in May. Yesterday, Tuesday, May 22, the actor, who has featured in a number of Ghanaian movies and a few in Nigeria, celebrated his birthday. He turned 32 and he received congratulatory messages from his pals and teeming female fans. Eddie was full of thanks to God for giving him the opportunity to come this far. “Limitless, thank you Lord, You are so amazing,” he posted on BlackBerry yesterday.

Eddie’s birthday follows that of Chris Attoh’s and Selassie Ibrahim’s who celebrated their birthday last week.
Eddie makes an annual donation to orphanages as part of his birthday celebrations.
A few months ago, he made a donation at an orphanage at Kasoa.
It is not clear if he will be making another donation. He is also yet to announce if there will be a party to celebrate with his friends.

Eddie was one of Ghana’s exports to Nigeria’s Nollywood late last year where he shot a couple of movies, starring alongside Ngozi Ezeonu, Queen Owoye, Lola and more.
He is best remembered for his role with top actress Yvonne Nelson in Abdul Salam’s ‘4play Reloaded’ movie.
He had a stint with Ghana’s movie industry three years ago.

His first role was in a movie by Bandex Productions titled ‘Million’, where he played a security guard of Kofi Adjorlolo.
He was also in ‘Masters of The Game’ as a detective, followed by a scene in ‘Turn Me On’ by Roger Q production.
Subsequently, he got a script for ‘Somewhere In Africa’. He went for a single scene but he ended up doing more.
He was also in ‘A Reason To Kill’ by Venus Films. Eddie is a former student of College of West Africa.
He later attended the University of Liberia where he majored in Economics.

Source News One Ghana


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