Akosua Amo-Adem is an actor, writer, and director/acting coach based in Toronto. Through out her career Akosua has appeared in a variety of plays around the city. Her selected credits include Obsidian Theatre’s School Girls; or the African Mean Girls Play (Head Mistress Francis), Venus’ Daughters (Venus/Sarah); Soulpepper Theatre’s A Streetcar Named Desire (Eunice), For Colored Girls…(Lady in Green), Father Comes Home From The Wars…(Leader/Runaway), The Crucible (Tituba); Company Theatre’s Domesticated (Talk Show Host); Canadian Stage’s Tartuffe (Dorine) and Theatre Passe Muraille’s The Middle Place (as Kaaliha/Dee). She was an assistant director on Harlem Duet at Tarragon Theatre and co-directed Shades, a dance theatre piece by Esie Mensah. She is a published author with an article called “See Me” in Intermission online magazine and appeared on NOW Magazine’s 2019 list of top ten theatre artists in Toronto. She is also a series regular as Stacie on the TV show Kim’s Convenience on CBC gem and Netflix!