Ghanaian Media Personality now turned actress Angela Bamford has disclosed that she was not uncomfortable when given a kissing role.
The TV Presenter now an actress has vowed never to take up any kissing roles or get naked in any movie for any amount. She made this disclosure while expressing her discomfort kissing actor James Gardiner and Anthony Woode.
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In an interview on Accra 100.5 FM with Nana Romeo, Angela Bamford disclosed that she has set boundaries for herself in the acting space. “I’ll not kiss anyone, I’ll not go naked in movies”, she stated as she responded to the movie roles she will reject.
According to Angela, kissing scenes in movies nowadays is real and not like the past where they used to fake it.
“I don’t call myself an actress. I always say that I feel weird when I’ve attributed that title, I still don’t see myself as an actress…this is my second movie, the first was with Abdul Salam Mumuni and this is with YN Production so I still don’t call myself an actress, I’m not an actress yet, I’m testing the waters and sinking my feet ever so slowly,” she added.
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Angela Bamford played a role in the yet-to-be premiered movie of Yvonne Nelson titled The men we love. She played the role of a journalist called Michelle.
Some actors who starred in the movie titled the men we love are, James Gardiner, Veteran actress Eunice Banini, Regina Van-Helvert, Yvonne Nelson, Madjid Michell, and many others.