Benjamin Onyango Ochieng
A native of Kenya, has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from California State University, Stanislaus. His credits: TV - General Hospital, The Shield, The X-Files. Film - Default, Kwame, (winner, 2009 Best Actor Award at the Mexico International Film Festival), American Crude, The Terminal and Tears of the Sun among others. His knowledge of and fluency in the Swahili language has landed him voice acting and ADR roles in TV Show Touch, The Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Machine Gun Preacher, Inception, The day the earth stood still, Primeval, Night at the Museum, Path to 911, A league of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Mighty Joe Young. Video Games - Wolverine, Resident Evil V and Mass Effect 3.
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Actor Hakeem Kae-Kazim classically trained in the UK and soon after graduation was invited to join the Royal Shakespeare Company. After settling in South Africa his work in film and television gave Hakeem a huge following, making him a household name and one of the country's top celebrity actors. Whilst in South Africa he appeared in numerous television productions and a large number of feature films. Right after landing in Los Angeles Hakeem was invited to play in the Blockbuster 'Pirates of the Caribbean III'. Hakeem can be seen in 'Lost', 'Cane', 'Law & Order: SVU' , 'The Triangle' and '24's' Season 7.
Hakeem Kae-Kazim
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Boise Holmes has recently returned to LA after spending 2.5yrs. in Hamburg, Germany playing the lead role of Mufasa in Disney's Stage Spectacle "The Lion King" (which he was required to perform the full show in German). He was also seen recently on NBC's hit drama "Chicago Fire" as well as the lead of Joshua Angel in Walter Mosley's Chicago premiere of the stage drama "Fall of Heaven".

Boise Holmes
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Abraham Ntonya
Abraham Ntonya is a Malawian actor, and currently tours in the USA acting in various Shakespeare festivals. Ntonya has lived in England, South Africa, and since moving to the USA in 2008, has lived and acted on stage and film in Arizona, California, Texas, Illinois, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Nebraska. He completed his BA in Theater with a Communication Minor in 2012 from Arizona State University, and his MFA in Theater from the University of Houston in May of 2018. Recent theatrical appearances include: The Dauphin in “Henry V,” Macduff in “Macbeth,” and Feste in “Twelfth Night.” Short films include “The Infected” by Kyle Steeno and “Alfred” by Evan Sorosky, playing the lead in both.
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Raymond Karago

Raymond Karago was born in Kenya in 1995 and moves to the United Kingdom for school in 2009. While in England he fell in love with acting and joined the New York Film Academy LA Campus in 2015. Having recently graduated, Raymond is finding his voice as an artist and wants to inspire the next generation through art and use is art as a means of bringing people of all walks of life together

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Steve Russel

Born in Jamaica, V.S. Russell is an actor, poet and children’s book author. He has appeared in a number of stage plays including A Raisin in the Sun, A View from the Bridge and 365 Plays/365Days. His TV credits includes Boston Legal and Raising the Bar as well Chocolate News. Russell holds a BA in Theatre and Media Arts from the University of South Carolina and a graduate certificate in The Business of Entertainment from UCLA.

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Tony Tambi is a Nigerian-born, Cameroon-raised, LA based actor and filmmaker. He's appeared on various Southland stage productions and received an NAACP Theatre Nomination for portraying the lead in The God Botherers. Over the years he's played diverse characters on film and in TV shows like The Unit, Scrubs, NCIS Los Angeles and Nip Tuck. As a filmmaker, Tony’s first instinct is to tell smart, diverse and thought-provoking stories that offer a different perspective of the African immigrant experience.

Anthony Mbuagbaw
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Kofi Boakye
It's always friday in Kofi's world. Literally and figuretively, you see Kofi means Friday born in Asante his native language of Ghana, West Africa. Kofi makes sure that he lives up to that reputation. With his leading man looks, chiseled body and wicked sense of humor. Kofi has been able to penetrate the New York theater scene, and also Film, Television. He's appeared in numerous Film, TV shows such as Law Order:SVU, Jonny Zero, Louie CK, Life of Crime, etc...His most recent credits include CO-Star turn on Royal Pains and Blindspot.
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Trained by world famous Shakespearean vocal teacher, Kristin Linklater, in Columbia University's MFA ACTING program, Noel has gone on to work with Oscar winners, Nicolas Cage, Kathy Bates, Patricia Arquette. He's also been directed by heavyweights including Werner Herzog, Brian De Palma, and Chandra Wilson. Noel uses the experiences of his international upbringing to breathe life into compelling, relatable and indelible characters.

Noel Arthur
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Hlonela Nelah Ngqwebo
Born in the rural village of Tsomo in South Africa, Hlonela ”Nelah” Ngqwebo went on to study and work in Radio Broadcasting, presenting the Afternoon Drive-time show and also behind the scenes on film sets. With experience quickly accumulating in Voice Over and Narrations, his credits include work for Stanlib, Old Mutual, Santam and Nu Water to name a few. And Audiobook narrations such as Vuvuzela Dawn, Vessels Of Glory and the latest being William Branham – A Prophet Visits South Africa.
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