Sports journalist and host Nathaniel ‘Citizen’ Attoh made his debut in Shirley Frimpong-Manso’s hit TV series ‘Dede’.
‘Dede’ tells the intriguing story of a naive rural teenager who is deceived and encouraged by her stepmother to abandon her family for domestic work in a rich and complicated family.
The resourceful young maid ultimately falls in love with Michael, the youngest son of House Robertson.
In a murder case against Michael Robertson, Citizen Attoh delivers a brilliant performance as attorney Henry Quartey, district attorney.
Nathaniel Attoh is widely respected for his credentials as a flawless MC and eloquent broadcaster. He is also known for his impeccable fashion sense.
What he has failed to do over the years is scratch the surface of his acting talent.
To activate it, he got a call from award-winning producer Shirley Frimpong-Manso, who discovered Attoh’s prowess in some skits for TV promotions and on social media.
“I need someone with smart, class, style and attitude [for this role], and you’re the perfect fit, âShirley revealed to Nathaniel Attoh, who nodded in affirmation.
The aftermath of their conversation is made public in tonight’s episode of “Dede”, which airs on DSTV Channel 150 on Akwaaba Magic.
Expressing his thoughts on his early days, Citizen Attoh said: “I believe in doing things in stages and I believe in doing things pragmatically … so we will take it step by step.”
An excited Attoh finished his interview on Showbiz now to Joy Prime Thursday saying: “I can not wait to be there tonight like everyone else, I can not wait to look at myself too”.
Don’t miss tonight’s episode of hit series Dede, which stars broadcaster George Quaye on Akwaaba Magic, DSTV Channel 150.