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Agya Koo

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Date of Birth:
1969-05-25
Place of Birth:
Kumasi, Ghana

Kofi Adu born also known as Agya Koo, is a Ghanaian actor and comedian. In June 2016, Adu got married to Rita Asiedu in London, UK after dating for 4 years.

He was previously married to Victoria Owusu Adomako but divorced. He has appeared in over 200 Ghanaian movies including popular movies among Ghanaians such as Obaatanpa, Away Bus, Black Star and Ma Trick Wo.

Adu is originally from the Ashanti Region of Ghana, but lived in a suburb in Accra Newtown called Asantewaa. He worked as a cobbler. Adu was discovered on a Ghanaian comedy show on GTV (Ghana National Television) at the National Theater in Accra, where he worked as a comedian warming up the crowd.

In July 2008, he was awarded a National Award by then-Ghanaian President John Agyekum Kufuor. Although he originally journeyed to Accra to sing, Agya Koo has been featured in over 90 Ghanaian movies, 15 of which remain his favorite.

Filmography

Keysoap Concert Party

Agya Koo Gbegbentus

Three Desperate Friends

House of Commotion

Evil Plot To Break My Home

Kumasi Yonko (meaning - Kumasi Friendship)

Obi nnim awie ye (meaning - No one knows the end)

Ka wonan toso (meaning - Sit properly)

Asew 419A (meaning - In-law 419A)

Business Partner

Gyina Pintin (meaning - Stand Firm)

Bone So Akatua (meaning - Rewards of Evil)

Obaatanpa (meaning - Good Mother)

Black Star

Ma Tricki Wo (meaning - I have tricked you)

Agya Koo Trotro Driver

Joni Waka

Ohia (meaning - Poverty)

Away Bus

Nsem Pii (meaning - Many Issues)

Sure banker

Agya Koo Mechanic

Aburokyire Abrabo (meaning - Life Abroad)

Agya Koo Bank Manager

Asem Aba Fie (meaning - An Issue at Home)

Kankan Nyame

My Soldier Father

Obidea Aba (meaning - It's the turn of another)

Nnipa Sei Nnipa (meaning - Humans destroy themselves)

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