Hello BellaNaija Nation, meet Peace Hyde.
Peace Hyde is a British-Ghanaian TV presenter/actress who recently relocated to Africa last year.
The voluptuous screen diva reportedly graduated with First Class Honours in Psychology from Middlesex University, UK. With her love for teaching, she later became a Chemistry and Biology teacher for pre-university students.
Peace made her acting debut in an Alex Mouth-directed flick “Protégé“, where she starred alongside Steph-Nora Okere and Wale Macaulay. Thereafter she featured in the hit Ghanaian series – “Adam’s Apple“.
She is also a regular guest on talk show “Tales from the Powder Room” and host of “The EFGH Show” in Ghana.
Check out her new promo shots only on BN!
On Education: “I have always been passionate about education. I believe it enriches people’s understanding of themselves. It is not only limited to lessons from textbooks, real education is obtained by the lessons taught by life.”
On switching from education to entertainment: “I fell in love with acting and the performing arts at a very early age but it took a back stage position as I also had a strong passion for education. I studied psychology so I would be better prepared to understand what motivates young adults within the learning environment to be the best they can be. After achieving my goals and teaching for 6 years I decided to pursue my first love, which is acting. Nigeria is the biggest stage in Africa and I am so blessed to be given this amazing opportunity.”