OB Black

OB Black, is a Ghanaian stage and screen Actor, a Voice-Over Artist and a Model. 

She graduated from University of Ghana – School of Performing Arts, Legon where she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Arts and later obtained a Masters of Arts Degree in Theatre Arts. 

As a trained theatre actor, she believes acting is a craft that requires practice, commitment, and discipline. 

She has worked in numerous stage plays some of which include; Love Brewed in an African Pot, Cinderella, The Trial Of J.J. Rawlings, Until Someone Wakes Up, He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not and V. Monologues. 

She has also starred in movies such as; Lucky, The Trial of Shatta Wale, Coming to Africa, My Name is Ramadan and The Curfew, etc.

Some of her notable works in series include; Cocoa Brown, Omanbapa and To Have and To Hold (DSTV). 

Additionally, OB Black has three commercials to her credits with brands namely; MTN, Kel Charcoal and Duck Bar soap.

In a maiden music video with Akwaboah titled Ensesa, OB Black showed her acting ability in a short sitcom which preceded the music video.

She has also featured in a numerous short films, docu-dramas and infomercials.

As an actor, OB Black immerses herself wholly in every character she plays, helping bring characters and stories to life. Ultimately, she wants to impact lives and society positively through her acting.

Role: Awura