Ghanaian actress, Lydia Forson was on Ndani TV with ToolZ. She talked about her rise in the African film industry, embracing her curves in hateful environments and a charity that is close to her heart.
She told Nigeria’s Ndani TV that, “The term nudity is very dicey. Because there is semi-nude and full pronto nude. I don’t want to do that in a movie.”
She said, “There are certain things I pray I’m not asked to make a decision on but I won’t say never because I never say never to anything because I don’t want my words to come back to me. But there are certain things I wouldn’t do.”
Speaking affectionately about her father who is a Reverend Minister, Lydia said although her parents raised her to be very opinionated and open-minded, they certainly were sometimes uncomfortable with some of the roles she played.
In 2010 Lydia Forson was Lydia Forson, who the Best Actress in a lead role at the AMAAs.