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Eddie Nartey, Roselyn Ngissah, Roger Quartey, Kafui Other Shoots New Movie In Italy   
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Ghanaian actor Eddie Nartey is currently in Italy where he is on set for his next big movie project.

It is the first time the actor is shooting in Italy and reports from the set say he is putting up a sterling performance. Nartey arrived in Italy sometime last week with actresses Roselyn Ngissah and Kafui Danku to join other acclaimed actors in Italy for the production.

The movie is a Ghana-Italy collaboration production, with Ghanaian actor cum producer, Roger Quartey of Roger Q Production spearheading the Ghana side. The movie’s working title, according to a NEWS-ONE source, was ‘My Wife’s Husband’.

The story is said to be a Ghana-Italy story; therefore the set had to be moved from Ghana to Italy to continue shooting. Nartey is playing a major role as one of the main characters. We are yet to confirm the roles of the other actors on the set.

Eddie is one of Ghana’s few natural actors in the movie industry.
He has been in the movie industry for more than 6years. He made his screen debut in the movie, ‘Wedlock Of The gods’ by Venus Production, and since then, the acting profession has been refreshing for the young man.

Currently, he has featured in over 30 movies. Prior to movies, he used to act on stage. His last stage work was with David Dontoh’s Kozi-Kozi.
Among his movies are ‘The King Is Mine’, ‘Crime To Christ’, ‘Tears of Womanhood’, ‘Agony of the Christ’, ‘Passion & Soul’,’ The Bible’, ‘In The Eyes of Husband’, ‘Girls Connection’, ‘Kiss Me If You Can’, ‘4play Reloaded,’ and ‘Somewhere In Africa’.

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