Who is Nadia Buari? How did Nadia Buari become famous? Who are Nadia Buari’s parents? How many kids does Nadia Buari have? What is Nadia Buari’s net worth?
We are exploring the life and acting journey of actress Nadia Buari and we share with you everything we know and have gathered about the actress.
|Full Name||Nadia Buari|
|Place of Birth||Takoradi|
|Date of Birth||21st November 1982|
|Parents||Sidiku and Hajia Buari|
|Education||Mfantsiman Girls and University of Ghana|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
Who is Nadia Buari and how did she become famous?
Nadia Buari is an award-winning Ghanaian actress and movie producer. The Ghanaian actress won the hearts of Ghanaians after showcasing her acting prowess in the movie “Beyonce – The President’s Daughter” in 2006. She played the character “Beyonce” in that movie so well, Ghanaians were excited about her.
Nadia Buari started her movie career in 2005 when she acted in the TV series “Games People Play”. In 2008, Nadia switched from Ghanaian films to acting in Nigerian films. Her breakthrough in Nigeria came after she acted alongside Omotola Jalade Ekeinde in the movie “Beyonce & Rihanna.” The movie was enjoyed by both Ghanaians and Nigerians.
In 2013, Nadia produced her own movie titled “The Diary of Imogene Brown.” Nadia Buari has gone on to be featured in more than 20 movies. In 2013, she won the Pan African Actress Award at the annual Nigerian Entertainment Awards in New York City. In 2014, she was awarded the Special Recognition Award at Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.
Who are Nadia Buari’s parents and How many siblings does she have?
Nadia Buari’s parents are Sidiku Buari and Hajia Buari. The Ghanaian actress has 5 other siblings which are Malik Buari, Ayisha Buari, Shaida Buari, Jameel Buari and Jeed Rodgers.
How old is Nadia Buari?
The Ghanaian actress who was born in Takoradi on 12th November 1982. As of today, Nadia Buari is 40 years old.
Which schools did Nadia Buari attend?
Ghanaian actress Nadia Buari had her senior secondary education at Mfantsiman Girls in the Central Region. After completing, she continued to the University of Ghana to have her tertiary education. She harnessed her acting skills during her days in the University completing with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Fine Arts.
Who is Nadia Buari dating, is she married and does she have kids?
Nadia Buari is one of the Ghanaian actresses who is very private and secretive about her personal life. The actress since coming into the limelight has been rumoured to be dating a number of top personalities in Ghana and Nigeria.
Nadia Buari was rumoured to be dating former Black Stars player Michael Essien and also top Nigerian actor Jim Iyke.
In 2014, the Nigerian actor Jim Iyke and Nadia Buari were said to be dating. According to rumours, Jim Iyke proposed to Nadia Buari, however, the two later broke up to reason known only to them.
The Ghanaian actress and former Black Stars player Michael Essien used to be love birds. However, their romantic relationship came to a sudden end.
Nadia Buari at the moment is happily married with 4 beautiful children among them is a set of twins. The Ghanaian actress hardly shows her husband and children to the public.
What is Nadia Buari’s Net Worth?
Per reports online, Nadia Buari is alleged to have an estimated net worth of $1 million. The Ghanaian actress makes the majority of her money from her acting and endorsement deals from top brands. The actress also has private businesses she owns and these include; NSB Investment Limited, NSB Productions and Nadia Buari Diapers.
NSB Investment Limited is owned by the actress and was established in 2005. The company deals in real estate development. The services the company offers include renting, selling, constructing and redesigning general properties in Ghana.
Her NSB Production company was established in 2014. The company handles the production, promotion and distribution of movies in Ghana.
Nadia’s Baby Diapers was established in 2015 and deals in the production and distribution of baby diapers. Her company is one of the major manufacturers of baby diapers in Africa.