Senait Ashenafi (born March 10, 1966 in Addis Ababa) is an Ethiopian-born actress in the United States who played Keesha Ward in General Hospital from 1994 to 1998. She has also worked as a dancer, singer, and model. She is the daughter of the Ethiopian composer and ethnomusicologist Ashenafi Kebede and the sister of Nina Ashenafi Richardson, a judge in Florida.
Senait attended Florida State University in Tallahassee, where her father was a professor, and graduated with a degree in Drama in 1988. She went on to be a guest star on shows such as A Different World, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and Mad About You.
Upon leaving the role of Keesha Ward on General Hospital in 1998, Senait went on to star in the movie, Honeybee, in 2001.
For the weekend of November 24-25, 2012, Senait was arrested at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport for public intoxication.
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Etiyé Dimma Poulsen (born 1968) is an Ethiopian-born Danish sculptor known for her work in ceramics. Biography Until she was six, Poulsen lived in Ethiopia, moving to
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Abebe Bikila ( August 7, 1932 – October 25, 1973) was a double Olympic marathon champion from Ethiopia, most famous for winning a marathon gold
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Gedewon Makonnen, called Gedewon (1939-1995), was an Ethiopian artist. Born in Begemder, Gedewon trained as a cleric in the Ethiopian Orthodox Church. As part of his
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Newly built 15-storey car park starts trial service
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Ethiopian Music and Dance at Hilton Hotel
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The number of people in need of food aid in Ethiopia’s drought-hit regions has surged to 7.7 million, some 2 million more than estimated earlier
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Around 100 local contractors, ranging from grade 4 to 10, who obtained their license with fake documents, will find out their fate tomorrow Monday April
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TRF is Rotary International’s arm with sole objective ofsupporting Rotarians doing good in the world. It funds humanitarian projects they create to address problems of
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Tanzanian President John Magufuli has sacked nearly 10,000 civil servants for having fake education certificates. He was responding to the release of a government report into
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Ethiopian First Lady Roman Tesfaye has commended the Isange One Stop Centre (IOSC) as a “comprehensive” place where “humanity is best expressed.” Welcomed to the Kacyiru-based
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A 65-year-old man on Friday told an Ibadan Customary Court, sitting in Agodi, how his wife of 38 years committed adultery with his typist while