Nina From Home Sweet Home…Then And Now!

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Of course you remember her.

Evelyn was the highlight of our childhood in the popular TV show, Home Sweet Home.

Evelyn Addo with her on screen mother, Rama Brew (image via Instagram//@EvelynAddogh)

She played the annoying little sister, Nina, who made her older siblings’ lives miserable and almost every kid wanted to be like her (unless you were the older sibling then you absolutely hated her)

Nina was a brilliant actress, and at a very young age, she got casted to be part of the Home Sweet Home show in the early 2000s.

Evelyn Addo as Nina in the TV Show, Home Sweet Home

‘Home Sweet Home’ went off our screens and In 2008, the young actress won the Best Child Actor award at the Africa Movie Academy Awards (AMAA) held in Nigeria not for Home Sweet Home but the movie, ‘Run Baby Run‘ which was produced by the same production house, Revele Films.

Poster for the movie based on the Home Sweet Home Characters , Run Baby Run

We didn’t see her anymore because she had to focus on school. She was in Little Flower Montessori for her primary education when Home Sweet Home was being shot, went to Galaxy International School (GIS) for Junior High School and was also when she appeared in Run Baby Run.

From GIS, she attended Akosombo International School (AIS) for her Senior High school education.

Evelyn Addo in 2016

She went on to UPSA to study Marketing and made a massive comeback to the movie industry in the Cocoa Brown movie series.

Evelyn Addo is all grown up now but it’s hard to accept that when all you remember is her mischievous self being annoying and adorable on tv. Ghanaians reacted so hard when she dropped some really sexy photos of herself on her 24th birthday and only because we wanted Nina to remain as she was in Home Sweet Home.

Too bad for us cos she’s grown into a beautiful young woman and these pictures make us feel so old!!

Click the numbers below to see what Evelyn Addo looks like now

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