Amleset Muchie

Amleset Muchie (Amharic: አምለሰት ሙጬ; born 1978[1]) is an Ethiopian model, actress, and filmmaker.

Amleset Muchie
አምለሰት ሙጬ
Amleset Muchie African Film maker
Amleset Muchie African Film maker
Born1978 (age 42–43)
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
  • Model
  • actress
  • filmmaker
Alma materNew York Film Academy
Unity University
Years active2004–present
SpouseTeddy Afro

Early life and careerEdit

Amleset was born in Ethiopia in 1978.[1] She studied filmmaking at the New York Film Academy and journalism at Unity University.[2]

Amleset was the winner of the 2004 Miss University beauty pageant, representing Ethiopia. She was also the winner of the Miss World Ethiopia pageant in 2006. She studied journalism at Unity University in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.[1]

Additionally, Amleset is a filmmaker. She wrote and produced the movies Sile Fikir (About Love), Adoption, and the documentary Green Ethiopia.[3]

Amleset serves as the spokeswoman for the Etete Dairy products in Ethiopia.[4] She has also been outspoken about environmental issues facing Ethiopia.[5]

Amleset participated in the UN 2018 Women First 5k run that took place on 11 March 2018 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. She won Icon Women's race in a time of 25.25.[6]

Personal lifeEdit

In 2012, Amleset married Ethiopian singer Teddy Afro at the Holy Trinity Cathedral in Addis Ababa.[2] They have two children together.[7]



Year Title Role Notes
2016 Adoption Director Short film
2017 Laptos Actress
2018 Yesemwork Actress
2017 Bethons Actress
2019 Min Alesh Actress and director


Year Title Role Notes
2016 Green Ethiopia Presenter and Director Environmental

Music videosEdit

Year Videos/clips Artist
2017 "Mar Eske Tuaf" Teddy Afro


  1. ^ a b c "Miss World Ethiopia 2006 Amleset MUCHIE". Retrieved 2020-09-10.[dead link]
  2. ^ a b "Teddy Afro and Amleset Muchie get married". Zehabesha. September 27, 2012.
  3. ^ "About".
  4. ^ "Etete Dairy advertising".
  5. ^ "World Environment Day 2015".
  6. ^ "Tsehaye Gemechu confidently wins UN 2018 Women First 5k". Ethiopian Run. 11 March 2018.
  7. ^ "Teddy Afro and Amleset Muche dancing with Teddy's New song, Tewodros". Awramba Times. May 6, 2017.