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Meet Ghanaian actor Adjetey Anang: age, movies, wife, net worth, latest updates

Sat, 26 Nov 2022 Source: HypeLords Gh

Adjetey Anang is a well-known actor, TV personality, and film producer from Ghana. He is a multi-award-winning film and stage actor with over two decades of experience in various theatre and media productions. He is commonly known as Pusher, a character he portrayed in his debut television series, Things We Do For Love.

Adjetey is among the most famous and talented actors in the Ghanaian film industry. Many remember him for being in Yolo's cast. Yolo is a Ghanaian teenage TV series. His popularity has grown beyond the Ghanaian borders for his good work in the entertainment industry.

Full name Adjetey Anang

Famous as Pusher

Gender Male

Date of birth 7 July 1973

Age 49 years (as of 2022)

Zodiac sign Cancer

Place of birth Ghana

Current residence Ghana

Nationality Ghanaian

Ethnicity Black

Religion Christianity

Sexuality Straight

Marital status Married

Wife Elorm Anang

Son Ryan Anang

Education Labone Senior High School, University of Ghana, University of the Witwatersrand

Profession Actor, lecturer, influencer

Net worth $4 million

Instagram @AdjeteyAnang

Twitter @Adjeteygh

Adjetey Anang's biography

Adjetey Anang was born in Ghana on 7 July 1973. He attended Labone Senior High School for his high school studies. He then graduated from the School of Performing Arts at the University of Ghana, Legon, where he got a Bachelor of Fine Arts and attained first-class honours.

He subsequently went ahead to get a Master of Arts in Dramatic Arts from the University of Witwatersrand (Wits University) in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he graduated with distinction.

In addition, he has completed and received certifications from numerous workshops and training programs in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, the Netherlands, the United States, and the United Kingdom.


The award-winning actor began his acting career on stage with Nyankunton Players (a theatre group), where he was employed by the National Drama Company (Abibiogromma). The company saw his potential and promoted his talent onto national stage production.

Anang made his screen debut in a 1998 television drama on Ghana's national television channel (GTV). His breakthrough into the Ghanaian film industry occurred in 2000 when he appeared in the television series Things We Do for Love. He took the role of Pusher, his nickname to this day. Since then, he has appeared in many other movies.

Source: HypeLords Gh