HRH Duke Fredriquo Aknaten Kwaku Napthali Smith is a Ghanaian-British Actor,Filmmaker, Screenwriter and Fashion Designer living in London.

He is Duke Of Sabronum,Royal House of Sabon in the Ashanti region of Ghana, which is Part of the Ashanti Empire. His Royal lineage is of King Bediako-Broni of the Royal Oyoko clan of Kumasi who was a younger brother of King Osei-Tutu I, founder of Ashanti Empire. His grand father is the late King Nana Kwadwo Gyeme Aboagye.

He studied at London film Academy and Ravensbourne University. He is known for making the first 360 lens narrative film internally projected in PufferSphere M in collabration with digital content display company Pufferfish Displays.

He has also worked end-to end on a Princes Trust Project in 2009. This project provided access to film making for unemployed London-based youth through a series of workshops in acting and film production. The film was called ‘Don’t Call Back’ in which he co-ordinated rehearsals and co-directed.

Fredriquo continues to show his independent ability through his journey of filmaking on the films he’s working on “Watch Not” and ‘Welcome to London’

He volunteers for United Refugee Green Council as a Consultant and Spokesperson on General Welfare and Housing of Displaced/Refugee in the UK and around the globe. He is also a member of the Royal Association.

I do what I love and love what I do with my all_ Fredriquo