Actress Gloria has told Nana Tuffour and Frema Adunyame on the Upside Down show on Citi TV that it took God’s intervention to be relevant in the film industry.
She said after many years of neglect, she once prayed to God to take off any veil that had obstructed her shine.
According to Gloria, people looked down on her and even thought that she was not well-educated because of the roles she played in the local language television series.
“There was one thing that was affecting my brand; the fact that I was doing ‘Efiewura’. You know, we all believe in speaking English. If you do something in your local language you are neglected,” she said.
“Someone told me if I did not do English movies, I wouldn’t get to play the role of a rich man’s daughter,” she added.
She added that even when she earned a role in the glamour movies, she was mostly given uninspiring tasks. When she played lead roles, her picture would never be used for their promo artworks.
“Sometimes I did movies and they would not even put me on the poster,” she said.
Gloria, therefore, added that at a point she had to pray
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