Juliet Ibrahim, Nigeria-based Ghanaian actress and film producer went down memory lane during the week, recalling the many obstacles she encountered on her way to stardom.
According to the actress, cultural differences and competitive nature of the movie industry posed serious challenges to her during the early days of acting career. The half-cast actress made the revelation via her inspiration broadcast on Instagram tagged, “#LifeLessonswith JulietIbrahim.”
The beautiful actress while advising her Instagram followers, said in spite of the obstacles she encountered while climbing the ladder of success, she never gave up on her dreams.
She wrote: “On my path to becoming a successful actor, I encountered my fair share of obstacles.
“Cultural differences and the fiercely competitive nature of the industry posed significant challenges. Yet, I refused to give up.
“I was able to get over these obstacles through unwavering dedication, determination, constant self-improvement, and a positive mindset. My well-earned successes serve as an example of the power of tenacity and I love to encourage others to pursue their goals because I managed to conquer these hurdles.
“So, if you’re reading this, remember dedication, determination, self-development, and a positive mindset are the key factors in this message.”
Ibrahim,who began her acting career in 2005, starring in her debut movie, “Crime to Christ” was born to a Lebanese father and a Ghanaian-Liberian mother.
The actress is famous not only in Ghana but far beyond its borders. She won the Best Actress in a Leading Role award at the 2010 Ghana Movie Awards for her role in 4 Play. She has been referred to as the "Most Beautiful West African Woman" according to A-listers Magazine.
Ibrahim is also popular in Nollywood, as she has played numerous roles in the industry through her acting skills.