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Van Vicker

Van Vicker

Joseph van Vicker (born August 1, 1977), better known as Van Vicker, is a Ghanaian actor. He received two nominations for Best Actor in a Leading Role and Best Upcoming Actor at the African Movie Academy Awards in 2008. Vicker was born to a Liberian Ghanaian mother and a Dutch father.[3][4][5] His father died when he was six years old.[4] He has often cited in interviews that he considers himself a global citizen as he was raised all over the world by his mother. Due to the early death of his father Vicker has stated that he is very close to his mother and considers her his hero.

Vicker attended Mfantsipim School, along with fellow actor Majid Michel. Vicker started out in the entertainment world in radio as a presenter at Groove 106.3 fm (1999 – 2000) & Vibe 91.9fm (2001 – 2004) and as a television personality for TV3 (1997 – 1999) & Metro TV (2000 – 2004), van Vicker appeared in the Ghanaian television series, Suncity, which depicted university life. He played the character of LeRoy King, Jr., a fine arts student born in the U.S. who arrives at Suncity to complete his education. The series ran for a total of 10 episodes.

Vicker was cast in his first film “Divine Love” as a supporting character. This film coincidentally was also the debut roles for fellow actors Jackie Aygemang and Majid Michel who were cast in the female and male lead respectively. Vicker is usually cast as the male romantic lead, often alongside actresses Jackie Aygemang and Nadia Buari. He is often compared to fellow Ghanaian actor Majid Michel and Nigerian Ramsey Nouah. Van Vicker is one of the renowned African actor Worldwide. Van has directed, starred and produced 5 films under his sky + Orange Productions since 2008. 2012 has being his brightest year for his production house earning him best actor and director for his smash comedy ‘Joni waka’.

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