Frank Artus is a multi-talented personality, who is a popular Liberian actor, director, producer, and philanthropist. He was born on May 4, 1979, in Montserrado County, Liberia. He started his acting career in 2009 and has since become one of the most prominent actors in Liberia’s movie industry, Nollywood, and Ghanaian movie industry.
Frank Artus was born in Liberia, but due to the civil war, his family migrated to Côte d’Ivoire when he was six years old. After completing his high school education, he moved to Ghana to pursue a career in acting.
Frank Artus made his acting debut in 2009 in the Liberian movie “Return of the Golden Child.” He quickly gained popularity and went on to feature in several other Liberian movies, including “The King’s Honor,” “Daughters in America,” and “Ghetto Queen.” His impressive performances earned him roles in Nollywood and Ghanaian movies. He has acted in over 100 movies, including “Heart of a Widow,” “One Night in Vegas,” “Native Son,” and “Desperate Bride.”
In addition to acting, Frank Artus has also worked as a producer and director. He produced and directed the movie “Mystery of the African Jungle,” which won several awards, including the Best Liberian Movie award at the Liberia Movie Union Awards.
Frank Artus is also known for his philanthropic work. He is the founder of the Frank Artus Foundation, which aims to provide educational opportunities to underprivileged children in Liberia. Through the foundation, he has provided scholarships to several children, including orphans and children from low-income families.
Frank Artus is married and has two children. He is a private person and keeps his personal life away from the media.
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