Akosua Amo-Adem is a Ghanaian-Canadian actress, writer, and play director.
Early life and education
Amo-Adem’s stage credits include Obsidian Theatre’s School Girls; or the African Mean Girls Play, and Venus’ Daughter; Soulpepper Theatre’s A Streetcar Named Desire, For Colored Girls…, Father Comes Home From The Wars…, The Crucible; Company Theatre’s Domesticated; Canadian Stage Company’s Tartuffe, and Theatre Passe Muraille’s The Middle Place.
In 2018, a reviewer for the The Globe and Mail called Amo-Adem "a black actor who carries all the characters she incarnates with great power."
In 2021, she directed Keith Barker's audio drama Every Minute of Every Day.
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