After her divorce from her husband, famous actress Etsehiwot is one of the few artists who has a lot of money. She has been compensated millions of dollars by her spouse for raising their children together.
Here is a list of some of Ethiopia’s most gorgeous actresses. They are also accomplished dancers, singers, models, former beauty queens, wealthy businesswomen, producers, directors, and more. Some of them are of American, Irish, and other ancestors.
Ethiopian cinema, as well as the film industry in general, is a relatively new phenomena in the country. The Ethiopian film industry is thriving, but it is beset by issues that have kept it from reaching its full potential. In the past, live stage theater was more popular in Ethiopia, which resulted in a small number of relatively successful stage actors.
Ethiopian cinema opened in 1898, three years after the world’s first film was shown on December 25, 1895. However, as a result of continuous sociopolitical unrest, the growth rate has slowed dramatically. The Ethiopian film industry, which has been associated with cultural, religious, and national backgrounds for decades due to political pressure, has advanced historical and documentary films.
In a 2003 article for Annales d’Ethiopie, Berhanou Abebbé claimed that a Frenchman brought the first cinematic artifacts to Ethiopia in 1898, which he sold to Italian minister Federico Ciccodicola [it]. Ciccodicola then made a present to Emperor Menelik II. The Majesty saw various films over decades, according to historians Berhanou and Richard Pankhurst’s writings, before the first public film screening in (1909–1910).