Chris Attoh talks about rejecting Abdul Salam Mumuni and kissing Shirley Frimpong-Manso

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Mon, 22 Aug 2011 Source: Ameyaw Debrah

One of the most known names in Ghanaian radio, television and movies, Chris Attoh has revealed that he has turned down several acting offers presented to him by ubiquitous movie producer, Abdul Salam Mumuni. Chris was answering a question about his transition into acting on ‘Allo Tigo’ with Jon Germain over the weekend, where he commented that he is very choosy and picky about the type of roles that come his way hence, the delay in his transition into acting.

Chris Attoh said he had received several roles from Abdul Salam Mumuni in the past but they weren’t movies he wanted to star in. He however threw an open invitation to the producer on ‘Allo Tigo’ to call him if he has any great movies in the works.

Still on his journey into acting, Chris said his first acting role was on Kwaku Sintim Misa’s TV drama series, Divorce Court where he played the husband of Shirley Frimpong-Manso ,who later gave him his first major movie role in ‘Life and Living It’. He also revealed that he had a kissing scene with Shirley in the series, which feels wrong thinking about now that Shirley is in a romantic relationship with his brother, Ken Attoh.

Chris can be seen on the M-net Africa produced soap opera, Tinsels weekdays on M-net, where he plays the egotistic wheelchair-bound, Kwame.

Source: Ameyaw Debrah