Juliet Ibrahim is a Liberian-Ghanaian actress, movie producer and business woman who’s family transcend across three countries namely Ghana, Liberia and Lebanon. The star actress was born on 3rd March, 1986 to a Ghanaian-Liberian mother and Lebanese father.
Juliet is the first Child of three sisters and a brother. She had her primary education in Lebanon, then proceeded to Ivory Coast for her secondary education where she lived with her parents due to civil war in Liberia at that time.
After her Secondary education she continued her studies at the Ghana Institute of Languages, where she studied English, French and Spanish. She also studied Marketing, Advertising and Public Relations at the same tertiary institution.
Juliet Ibrahim acting begun as far as 2005 where she debuted on “Crime to Christ” which featured Majid Michel. After her debut role she has featured in close to hundred movies mostly Ghanaian and Nigerian dominated movies.
Crime to Christ (2005), In The Eyes of My Husband (2007), Yankee Boys (2008), Losing You (2008), Royal Storm (2009), Restore My Love (2009), Naked Weapon (2009), Dead End (2008), Lost Desire (2008), Bloodfight (2007), Beautiful King (2009), Tattoo Boys (2009) and
Missing Child (2009) are among some of the popularly movies she has been featured in.
Juliet Ibrahim produced her first movie in 2014 titled “Number One Fan” which cemented her name when it comes to movie production.
She has won numerous awards due to her excellent acting skills, the awards include;
Ghana Movie Personality of the Year – City People Magazine, Lagos(2010), Best Lead Actress in a movie – Ghana Movie Awards(
2014), Best Ghanaian Actress – City People Entertainment(2016) among others.
In 2010 Juliet Ibrahim and Auto-Mobile mogul Kwadwo Sarfo Junior tied the knot but later divorced in 2014 after a marital conflict. The two have a son together called Jayden Sarfo.
After the divorce in 2017 Juliet Ibrahim again found love in Nigerian artist Iceberg Slim but the two have all gone their separate ways after their romantic Social Media display ended.