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Ghanaian actor Vincent McCauley is dead

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Popular Ghanaian actor, Vincent McCauley, passed away on Monday January 15, 2024, leaving the entertainment community in deep sorrow.

The cause of his passing remains undisclosed. McCauley, widely acclaimed for his role in the iconic ‘Things We Do For Love’ TV show, stood as a prominent figure in the Ghanaian film industry.

His impactful contributions encompassed various projects, including YOLO, Games People Play, Fortune Island, Office Palava, Living With Trisha: House of Secrets, and The Idiot and I. Vincent McCauley’s legacy lives on in the hearts of fans and colleagues, survived by his wife, whom he married in 2017.

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The McCauley family expresses gratitude for the time spent with Vincent, a cherished gem and a gift from God.

In an announcement filled with thankfulness, they share the news of Vincent’s glorious transition into the presence of God Almighty on January 15, 2024. An administrator at Soul Clinic International School, Vincent’s ardent acting talents were showcased in numerous films and TV productions, with his role as “Max” in ‘Things We Do For Love’ earning special recognition.

Resting in Perfect Peace, Vincent leaves behind a significant void and will be greatly missed.

The family sincerely thanks all who cared and loved him.

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