Juliet Ibrahim is one of the most popular actresses in Africa.
The Ghanaian, who is of Lebanese and Liberian descent, has just released her autobiography A Toast To Life in which she shares her experiences about escaping the Liberian war in the 1990s and carving a career in the film industry.
She now acts in and directs her own series called Every Woman has a Story.
In her book, Ibrahim also speaks about being a victim of sexual abuse.
Listen to her interview with BBC’s Focus on Africa presenter Bola Mosuro.