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SENEGAL – Amélie Mbaye, the art of making films with great mastery

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“One daguay teuth sa guémigne! Two daguay teuth sa guémigne! Tree daguay teuth sa guémigne!” (One, shut up! Two, shut up! Three, shut up!) , it was through the series “Emprises” that Amélie Mbaye democratized this expression, an expression of course, which was tweeted thousands of times through TikTok. This mythical phrase has allowed him to retain viewers around his strong character: … the gangsta mom, the lioness mom, the protective mom, the chicken mom, finally the mom who wants to manage everything even the choice of her children. The one who is willing to punish, threaten, manipulate, socialize and even kill people who want to get in her way, but also between her and her children, who only she knows what is good for them.

Amélie Mbaye is one of those actresses who can be defined as out of the ordinary. She masters her field. Cinema is what she likes to do with incredible precision and sagacity. By herself, she can do the show. She has the weight of an actress who drains passions, compassion, she invites to a trip to each of the characters played. What a feat! Her charisma overflowing, her perfect body, her ebony complexion, her wasp size, her devastating smile, Amelie Mbaye is like a muse in the spotlight. We enjoy watching her come into action and create this fusion that a viewer can have with her heroine. She’s just masterful! 

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But who is Amélie Mbaye?
Amélie Mbaye is an American of Senegalese origin, born in Dakar, Senegal. She studied tourism, aeronautics and foreign languages in France in Caen. She was Telepeakerine at the RTS in Dakar then Presenter in various television shows in Dakar and Los Angeles where she is based with her son who is also a singer whose stage name is Boogie Fresh. Miss Africa Times in 2001, she was the lead actress in the famous television series of Apolline Traoré “Monia et Rama”, shot in Ouagadougou in Burkina Faso where she played the main role of Aline. In 2004, she played with Bruce Willis in “Tears of the sun”. She speaks five languages (French, English, Spanish, Portuguese and Wolof). Amélie Mbaye is based for more than twenty years in Los Angeles, California. She has made her mark in film production and has already appeared in many films around the world. Outside her acting job, she is also a singer. Ze-Africanews met her in this full interview. 

Amélie Mbaye ©Ze-Africanews
Amélie Mbaye ©Ze-Africanews
Amélie Mbaye ©Ze-Africanews
Amélie Mbaye ©Ze-Africanews
       

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