Ade Ameh Biography, Age, Daughter, Career, Cause Of Death

Ade Ameh Biography

Born on 15 May 1974, Ada Ameh was an actress best known for her role in the movie industry and in the movie as Anita which titled Domitilla and for the Nigerian television series The Johnsons.

Many know her for her role as Anita in 1996’s Domitilla and films like Isoken (2007) both starring Nollywood actors such as Charles Inojie, Chinedu Ikedieze & Olumide Oworu.

Ada Ameh Facts

Real Name Ade Ameh
Date Of Birth 15 May 1974
Place Of Birth Ajegunle, Lagos State, Nigeria
Died 17 July 2022
Nationality Nigerian
Occupation Actress, Comedian
Children 1
Years Active 1995 – 2022

Ade Ameh Early life and education

Ade Ameh was born in Lagos State, eventhough she is native of Idoma in Venue State but raised in Ajegunle also located in a popular state called Lagos State which happen to be a South West part of Nigeria. He went to school in Lagos to gain knowledge but later drop out but later she became an actress. 

She would eventually quit education before preparation for his high school finals at the age of 14 years old but would eventually quite from the school with a passion to push after her her life which later have an opportunity to become an actress in Nigeria movie industry.

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Ade Ameh Personal life

Ameh had a daughter who was born April 17, 1995. She died in October 2105 when she was 48 years old. Her daughter died after collapsing on July 17, 2022 in Warri. She suffered from mental health issues prior to her death.

Ameh is an example of first-hand suffering due to mental illness which has been prevalent in many Nigerians over the years.

Adé Ameh has appeared in so many movies, but here are a few movies that you might have seen her in previously such as “Domitila” and “Aki na Ukwa (with Osita Iheme & Chinedu Ikedieze).

Ade Ameh Filmography

Adé Ameh has appeared in so many movies, but here are a few movies that you might have seen her in previously such as “Domitila” and “Aki na Ukwa (with Osita Iheme & Chinedu Ikedieze). Some of the movies are:

• Domitila
• Aki na Ukwa
Phone Swap (with Wale Ojo, Chika Okpala, Nse Ikpe-Etim & Joke Silva)
• Blood Money
• Atlas
• Òlòtūré
• Our Husband
• King Of Shitta
• Ghana Must Go
• A Million Baby
• One Good Turn
• Double Trouble
• My Village People

TV series

• The Johnsons

Ade Ameh Collapsed

According to reports, the actress had been living in Warri, Delta State around 11 pm on Sunday according to reports the beautiful blonde-haired actress collapsed and died after she had been invited to view some Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation toys as a guest of an oil company along with her family. 

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The hospital they brought her to was near the NNPC toyshop which is where the family rushed when they realized she wasn’t feeling well. It is said that several movie stars have been visiting the deceased throughout the day who passed away on Sunday night shortly before the Christmas break started.

You Need To Know

The Johnsons was a Nigerian award-winning television series that was based on the 2007 Canadian comedy film. Originally aired in 2007 AfroSpera Production’s production featured a lot of Nigerian movie stars and television actors who went to later become popular names in the industry.

Adah Ameh was born in 1974. She died in 2022. A Nigerian actress best known for her role as Anita in “Domitilla”, she also starred as Emu Johnson on “The Johnsons” television series in the late 1990s and early 2000s alongside actresses such as Charles Inojie, Chinedu Ikedieze and Olumide Oworu.

Adah Ameh’s most notable on-screen appearance was her portrayal of Emu Johnson in “The Johnsons” movie (1996).

Early in Ameh’s childhood he was sent to school at a young age but eventually dropped out of school at an early age.

Since he was born and raised in Lagos State, although he received his primary and secondary education there, the language of instruction used was Yoruba (a south-western African dialect) instead of the native language Idoma.

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