Arguably the most-popular actor in Ghana now, Kwadwo Nkansah LiWin has disclosed that even though he was not a book-brilliant student in school; he won many awards for his drama group making good use of his brilliant persona and talent while at the Methodist Primary JSS in Kumasi.
He pointed the late John Evans Bosempm aka Santo whose antics on the screen inspired him to becoming an actor. “I loved how he fused jokes with wise sayings; he was a genius and an unusual character. I was very sad when he passed away.”
Reflecting on the many obstacles he encountered throughout his perseverance to fame, “I don’t allow stardom to get into my head, but I keep calm and learn from others because I know where I am coming from.”
“I have gone through a lot before getting here, and if I am making it today, I believe the best thing is to learn more and be on top for a very long time,” Lil Win said in an interview with Sankofa Radio in Virginia, USA.
According to the ‘Made in Agege’ actor, if he didn’t give up during his trail-times to this day; then he is not giving up yet, “I was nobody not too long ago, but look at me now, and I’m here to stay for long on the Ghanaian entertainment scene.”
Speaking to Sankofa Radio during his recent tour on issues pertaining to the perceived tension between Glamour and Kumawood actors, Lil Win rubbished the thoughts indicating that among the over 200 movies he has starred.
“There include some that he worked with the English actors on a very good working relationship with Majid Michel, Van Vicker, Jackie Appiah, among others.
Source: Osibisa Radio/London.