Old Man Beef: Fred Amugi Jabs Agya Koo

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Fred Amugi, Agya Koo

Ace actor Fred Amugi has given reasons why he will not work with famous Kumawood actor Agya Koo again.

Speaking in an interview on GHOne TV, Fred Amugi disclosed shocking revelation about Agya Koo which compelled him to take such a decision.

According to Fred Amugi, he decided not to work with Agya Koo again because of how he reacted to him on set some time back and also because of his personality.

Explaining more, he stated that he was once on the same set with Agya Koo who was the main character of the movie but arrived late with a flimsy excuse to defend his lateness.

“I Think it is Agya Koo. He is one person I will not like to work with again because we went to work somewhere around Sunyani–Kumasi road and for the whole day we were there and he came around 5:30 pm and Agya Koo Was Like “Me I work In the evening.

“Meanwhile, it wasn’t like we were going to shoot the night scene. There is a night scene. You live in Kumasi, but you decided to come around that time. I live in Accra but I came early and you come out to say you work in the night”.

Fred Nii Amugi is a Ghanaian born veteran actor best known for his roles in Holby City, Beasts of No Nation and The Cursed Ones. He rose to prominence for his role in 1985 television series “Opinto”.

Fred Amugi, Agya Koo

Fred Amugi was born at Teshie, Accra, Ghana on 5 November 1948. He attended Broaks basic and Junior high School. He then attended Takoradi Senior High School and Nungua Senior High school after which he enrolled at University of Ghana, Legon where he did a Certificate in Supplies and Materials Management. He joined the civil service for thirty-three years and served as Acting Director of Supply in Ghana’s Ministry of Finance.

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Amugi began his acting career in 1970 in Drama and Documentaries until 1985 when he starred in his first movie “Opinto”. The television series brought him into the limelight.

Amugi has appeared in numerous movie roles, including local Ghanaian movies, Shoe Shine Boy (2013), Nyame Bekyere 1&2 (2015), Menua Paa Nie (2016), Housekeepers (2016) among others. His first international role came in 2005 when he played the character Kwame Attakora in the BBC drama Holby City. He later starred in Netflix 2015 movie, Beasts of No Nation as “Pastor”

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