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Princess Shyngle Biography: Age, Movies & Photos

Princess Shyngle is a Ghana based Gambian actress born on December 25, 1990.

Princess Shyngle education
 
Princess Shyngle attended school at Ndowas. She started out at Ndowas during her daycare days. It is at the same place that she went for her nursery education, primary school, secondary school as well as high school. She later attended Jollof tutors for a computer course when she completed her high school. She got into a career thereafter.
 
 
Princess started out as an events organizer when she founded her own events company known as Princess promotions. This happened after she left the computer college. The company was a non-profit as all the proceeds went towards helping the needy in the society. She would organize beauty pageants for schools, parties as well as concerts. It was in her line of duty that Coca-cola Gambia known as Gambega spotted her.
 
She was offered an opportunity that she could not resist. This led her to start working for the company. Her entry into acting was actually unplanned. Princess was persuaded to try out for an audition seeking a talented Gambian actress to represent the country in Next movie star Africa competition. On the insistence of a friend, while at work, she agreed to attend the audition the next day. She impressed the judges who remarked positively about her performance that day.
 
She later got a call informing her that she had won a spot with 16 more contestants from different African countries. Even though she was the youngest in the group and, in spite of her inexperience, she was able to wow people. She not only made it to the top 6, but also emerged third overall in Africa. This excellent performance marked the first big break for Princess in the acting world. With the instant fame and publicity in Nollywood, she could easily find her way in the difficult industry. Her supporters thought she was fluent in English, real, talented and entertaining; traits that contributed to making her entrance into acting a bit easier than it would otherwise have been.
 
Princess Shyngle’s family
 
Princess is daughter to Winston Shyngle and Ramotoulie Cham.
 
Princess’ parents
 
Princess is the daughter to the deputy mayor of Banjul Gambia, one Mr Winston Shyngle. Her mother, a businesswoman, is known as Ramatoulie Cham. The two parents had her in Banjul and raised her in Kanifing. Princess’ husband
 
Princess may not be married but evidently desires marriage. The remarks she made a while back proves this. She once shared that her next relationship would be her last one and must lead to the alter. Failure to do that will have her commit suicide. She was tired of being played as if she was some average girl yet she knew she was not. To see Princess Shyngle and her boyfriend get married would be something that many will talk about for long.
 
Princess Shyngle films
 
Being the great artist she is, Shyngle is known to have stared in several movies. She may have started out in the Next Movie Star Africa competition, but this was just a stepping stone into future greatness. Her confidence and belief in God saw her grow rather rapidly in an industry that is not always easy to excel in, more so as a foreigner. The international artiste has acted in several movies including:
 
Dormitory 8 series
The 5 brides series in Ghana
The hidden fantasy which starred John Dumelo, Martha Ankoma and Juliet Ibrahim among other stars
The will, where she co-produced with Abdou Salam These are just a few of Princess Shyngle’s movies and projects. The talented actress is working on a lot more.

Eugene Nyavor

Written by Eugene Nyavor

Eugene Nyavor is the Founding Editor at Gh Links. A well bred journalist with a flair for entertainment, society and arts, He loves covering events and reporting personalities for the public consumption.

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