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I only accept good scripts -Fiifi Coleman

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Award-winning Ghanaian actor and producer, Fiifi Coleman, has recently opened up about his commitment to only quality scripts in the movie industry.

According to Fiifi, he is very selective with movie roles since he doesn’t want to be part of any substandard production. He emphasized his dedication to only accepting roles that align with his artistic vision and contribute meaningfully to storytelling.

The seasoned actor, whose impressive portfolio includes a range of roles across film, television, and theater, detailed that he believes in the power of a good script to elevate the entire creative process. Coleman further expressed his desire to be part of projects that not only entertain but also resonate with audiences on a deeper level.

“I have turned down a few scripts from some producers because, to me, they were not too good, however, I will gladly snap it up if I am happy with it. 

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I virtually tell you what I want if I am not too cool with what is presented to me and when the adjustments are made, I jump on board. I even come on board to assist with the production to make it better,” he told Graphic Showbiz. 

The actor, who doubles as the Vice President of the International Theatre Institute in Ghana, also expressed his desire to work with Oscar Provencal and Kofi Adjorlolo.

The actor has had a feel of both worlds of stage plays and silver screens and he credits the former in making one a complete actor because one must put all your potential to work to remain in character.

Between the two, the Piece of Me actor, who has been acting for years, sees performing on stage as more challenging in many ways than flicks because it demands a high level of skill, creativity and adaptability from the actors. His Fiifi Coleman’s Production has to its credit plays including You Play Me, I Play You, Still A Rose, Women At Work and Dilemma of A Ghost.

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