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Araba Stamp

Araba Stamp

Legendary Ghanaian actresss

12December
1941
12 December 1941

Birth

Margaret Quainoo, famously known as Araba Stamp, was born on December 12, 1941, in Ghana.


28November
1950
28 November 1950

Passion for Acting

Araba Stamp's love for acting blossomed during her time with the Brigade Drama Group at Nungua. Dropping out of primary school to pursue her passion, she joined the theater group alongside other aspiring talents who would later become well-known figures in the industry. This decision marked a pivotal moment in her life, igniting a lifelong dedication to the art of acting.

04July
2023
04 July 2023

Career and Filmography

Araba Stamp's contributions to Ghanaian cinema and theater are remembered to this day. Throughout her career, she showcased her talent in various stage plays, concert parties, and movies. Some of her notable works include:Key Soap Concert Party, I Told You So (1970), Efiewura,Sika Sunsum,The Lost Stool.

04July
2023
04 July 2023

Passing and Legacy

On July 12, 2006, Araba Stamp passed away at the age of 70, leaving a void in Ghanaian entertainment that is still felt today. Her death, caused by a short illness, was mourned by fans and colleagues alike. Stamp's contributions to Ghanaian cinema and theater remain an important part of the country's cultural heritage, and her influence continues to inspire aspiring actors.

04July
2023
04 July 2023

Family and Personal Loss

Despite the success she achieved in her career, Araba Stamp faced personal tragedies. She was survived by five grandchildren, as her only daughter had tragically passed away years before her own demise. The grandchildren, named Stephanie Forson, Raymond Kofi Addo, Paul Adetso, Mary Adei, and Ishmael Amarteifio, are a testament to the enduring legacy she left behind.

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