Hakeem Kae-Kazim is born on October 1, 1962. He is a Nigerian actor, most famous for his work in the Starz TV series “Black Sails” and his confrontation with Georges Rutaganda in the 2004 theatrical film “Rwanda Hotel”. Depiction.
Kae-Kazim (Kae-Kazim) was born in Lagos, Nigeria, spent his early years there, and then the family moved to London, England. His interest in performance began in school drama and the National Youth Theatre, when he found himself “full of love for drama and full of love for performance.” He has done graduation from the Old Vic Theatre School in Bristol for training, and was provided a space by the Royal Shakespeare Company, where he continued his classical training.
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Film and television career
After working with Brian Cox and Ian McKellen as the Royal National Theater, Kae-Kazim successfully transitioned to the UK TV station, and starred in “Bill”, “Trial and Retribution” and the BBC popular TV series “Grange Hill (Grange Hill)” many episodes. He then moved to South Africa, where he became famous for his film and TV roles. However, it was his role as Georges Rutaganda (Georges Rutaganda) that won the widely acclaimed and Oscar-nominated film “Rwanda Hotel” that attracted his international attention.
With the successful operation of the Rwanda hotel, Kae-Kazim moved to Los Angeles, which brought him a series of new opportunities. He then appeared in Slipstream with Sean Astin and The Front Line, and then appeared in the hugely successful Pirates of the Caribbean: World as Cap card Jocard. Starred in “The End”. He played a role in the blockbuster “X-Men Origins: Wolverine”.
Kae-Kazim has starred in many popular TV shows, including “Lost Law and Order: Special Victims Group” and “Criminal Minds”. In season 7 of the Fox TV series 24 and the TV movie Match 24: Redemption, he also starred in Colonel Ika Dubaku. Kae-Kazim continues to play roles in Gotham and Dominion, although his longest role is in the Starz series “Black Sails” by Michael Bay (Black Sails).
When talking about Mr. Scott’s character, Kae-Kazim claimed to be based on the pirate Black Caesar at the time. Kae-Kazim will star in the upcoming adaptation of Alex Haley’s “Roots” and record the sale of African slaves to the United States History and his descendants.
Voice over work
Kae-Kazim is known as a “man with a beautiful voice,” and has also done a wide range of dubbing work, from TV and radio to video games. His voice has appeared in many famous video games, including “Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3”, “Final Fantasy XIV”, “Halo 3” ODST, “Halo: Reach out”, “Guild War”, End of the World, “Golden” Compass and Destroyer. Kae-Kazim calls the sound at work “a lot of fun” and he is happy to do it.
He was appointed as global ambassador for Africa 2.0, which is a civil society organization that is a platform for emerging and mature African leaders to promote Africa’s transformation. Associated with Africa 2.0-a pioneering platform for inspiring and building a solid infrastructure for the new generation of African leaders-shaping the bright future of our continent.
- Half of a Yellow Sun in 2013
- The Boy (short) in 2015
- Dias Santana in 2015
- Daylight’s End in 2015
- Chasing the Rain in 2015
- Yefon in 2015