Roselyn Ngissah, a Ghanaian actress, has revealed that she left her banking job to pursue her acting profession and has no regrets.
Roselyn stated that she had always aspired to be one of the country’s most well-known filmmakers. She went on to say that one of her childhood aspirations was to be an actress. Roselyn Ngissah described how she quit her job at the bank to join the acting troupe.
“I finished my national duty at the Merchant Bank, now the Universal Merchant Bank (UMB), and after that, I had the possibility to be a full-time banker, but I rather chose acting,” Roselyn remarked in an interview with Graphic Showbiz in 2008. I’ve always wanted to be an actress, and I have no regrets about pursuing my dream.”
“I was trained to be cautious with money and not to put my trust in anyone when it comes to money since it may be seductive.” The banking industry also taught me how to maintain a professional demeanor and maintain a good appearance at all times. It has influenced my thoughts and the way I live now,” she continued.
Roselyn has been in a number of films, including Adams Apple, Away Bus, Somewhere in Africa, Side Chic Gang, 4 Play, Princess Tyra, and a number of others.