George Quaye started as an actor but ended up loving being behind the scenes.
He left his job at Chatter House to take his a job at Menzgold but returned some months later to take his old job back.
His office was still available to him at Chatter House where he went every day because he didn’t see himself leaving his old job.
The Public Relations Officer of Charter House, George Quaye has opened up on how he shifted away from acting and fell in love with production and working behind the scenes and has disclosed that it all started after his university education when he started working.
The former actor who also doubles as a broadcaster was in an interview with Sammy Forson on Joy Fm’s Drive Time on Monday.
Recounting how he started his whole journey to where he currently is, George Quaye said acting for him started from his High School days at Mfantsipim Senior High School where he won numerous awards with his drama team and progressed to University Of Ghana to read Theater Arts.
He said after school, he had the opportunity to work with Village Productions, where he learnt how to professionally operate cameras, write scripts, and produce. Later, Bulldog, former manager of Shatta Wale recommended him to Charter House where he took a job there and has made good use of his time there.
Touching on how beneficial his services has been to Charter House, he said he has been a part of various big productions for the media company, amongst them Stars Of The Future, A Night of 1000 Laughs And Music, Chris Brown In Ghana, and even the opening of the television station GhOne which was formerly owned by Charter House.
Aboagye, as he is sometimes referred to due to his role he played in Television series Taxi Driver said he left Chatter House to work with Menzgold for some time but to him, he didn’t consider that as leaving because he had his office still available to him at Chatter House and visited the place everyday till he came back to take his job back.