David Oscar Dogbe is a popular Ghanaian musician, actor and comedian, known for leading the movement GHComedy that fought to gain visibility and acceptance for an upcoming Ghanaian Stand-up comedians.
He was born 16 April 1984 at Koforidua in the Eastern Region of Ghana to Mr Oscar Yaovi Adukpo and Mrs Faustina Mary Asamoah Adukpo. He has 3 siblings.
David had his Primary and Junior High School education at Freeman Methodist School in Koforidua, Pope John Senior High School and Junior Seminary where he studied Visual Arts.
David Oscar later obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the School of Performing Arts, University of Ghana in 2007.
David Oscar began his career as a comedian in Ghana, very hilarious and making people laugh.
In 2006, David was voted Ghana’s Best Comedy Icon when he participated in the comedy reality series “Stars of the Future” that was organized by Charter House Ghana while still in the University.
He emerged top out of over 1000 upcoming comedians.
David Oscar later put his comedy business on hold to make a career in reggae music.
David has made remarkable breakthrough in his music profession, with a number of hit songs to his credit.
He collaborated with other popular Ghanaian hip life stars like Afriyie Wutah and internationally with the 2014 BEFFTA Awards (UK) Winner for spoken word, Lyric Da Nkechi.
David has a good look, creative and highly talented Ghanaian entertainer, currently making waves in the Ghanaian entertainment industry.
The internationally recognized Ghanaian music icon has won a number of awards notably as:
• Ghana’s Best Comedy Icon in a show, “Stars of the Future”, organized by Charter House Ghana.
David Oscar Dogbe is not yet married but believed to be in a relationship which he has not disclosed to the public or social media.
David Oscar Dogbe has made a big name for himself, rated one of the richest and most influential entertainers in Ghana with an estimated net worth of about $300,000 dollars.