She is Mother of Four, Ghanaian-Lebanese citizen
She is a Ghanaian actress.
She is a mother of 4.
Her name is Nadia Buari, a famous Ghanaian actress, entrepreneur and model.
Nadia Buari was born on November 4, 1982, in Sekondi-Takoradi, Ghana, West Africa. She is currently 41 years old. She is from a family of 6. Her siblings are Malik Buari, Aysha Buari, Shaida Buari, Jeed Rogers, and Jameel Buari.
Her biological father is from Lebanon. Her mother, Hajia, married Alhaji Sidiku Buari, after separating from Nadia’s dad. Alhaji Sidiku Buari adopted and raised her as his daughter.
Nadia Buari attended her secondary school education at Mfantsiman Girls’ Secondary School in the Central Region, Ghana, where she obtained her West African Senior School Certificate.
After completing her secondary school education, Nadia Buari proceeded to the University of Ghana and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts.
Nadia Buari started her acting career in secondary school where she was actively involved in drama, stage play and performing arts. Though she got admitted into the University of Ghana to study Fine Arts, she was still nurturing her hidden passion for acting. She joined the drama club and acted in various productions as well as taking part in several drama competitions.
Nadia Buari joined the Ghanaian movie industry in 2005 and featured in the TV series “Games People Play”.
In 2006, she rose to fame after playing the lead character in the movie “Mummy’s Daughter”, starring alongside Van Vicker, Jackie Appiah, Kofi Adjorlolo and Kalsoume Sinare. The movie was written by Abdul Salam Mumuni and directed by Frank Rajah Arase.
In 2006, she gained more popularity after starring as a lead character in the movie “Beyoncé – The President’s Daughter”, starring Van Vicker, Jackie Appiah and Kalsoume Sinare.
In 2008, she moved from Ghanaian films to Nollywood films where she acted in the movie “Beyonce & Rihanna”. She starred as Beyonce alongside Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde who played Rihanna. The film became very popular with both Ghanaian and Nigerian audiences.
In 2013, Nadia Buari made her debut as a movie producer with the release of the movie “The Diary of Imogene Brown”.
In 2013, she won the Pan African Actress award at the annual Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA) in New York City.
Nadia Buari is a very beautiful, gifted, skilful, creative and highly talented actress known for her good interpretation of movie roles. She knows how to interpret her role very well and can fit in any character assigned to her by movie directors and producers in Nigeria and Ghana.
Nadia Buari has acted alongside with Ghanaian and Nigerian actors and actresses like Jim Iyke, Jackie Appiah, Olu Jacobs, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde, Yvonne Nelson, Van Vicker, Kofi Adjorlolo, Frederick Leonard, amongst others.
She is known for Mummy’s Daughter (2006), Beyoncé – The President Daughter (2006), Beyonce & Rihanna (2008), Agony of Christ (2009), Who Owns Da City (2011), Rain (2012) and Diary of Imogen Brown (2013).
She has garnered 5M followers on her verified Instagram page. She has a resemblance to Nollywood actress, Angela Okorie.
Nadia Buari is married to a Lebanese man and the union is blessed with four daughters. Twins born in 2015, the third child born in 2017 and the last child born in 2018.
Nadia Buari has an unblemished track record of keeping her private life secret. She occasionally posts her husband on social media but hides his face like their kids.