Biography

As an experienced working actor, Njema understands the need for quality talent.  Njema was born in Las Vegas. He enjoyed an early childhood filled with the Arts. At the age of 4-years old, he relocated to Baton Rouge, LA.  Some of his earliest experiences with acting were performing in church and school plays. During this time his mother enrolled him in the Baton Rouge Little Theater where he learned the “building blocks” of acting under the tutelage of mentors Wendy Morgan, Lori Kaiser, and Pamela Day. While attending McKinley Senior High School, Njema received numerous awards for athletics, as well as choral and drama performances, in plays such as Fences by August Wilson, and A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry.

Njema attended Florida State University as a performing Arts major and participated in multiple productions, including A Soldier’s Play by Charles Fuller. After college, Njema enlisted in the United States Marine Corp where he was trained as a Russian linguist.

In 2007, he made the transition to full-time actor in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Subsequently, he has appeared in a myriad of film, television, and commercial productions, and has experienced the explosive growth in the market firsthand.

Height: 6'1"

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color:Bald

Location: Atlanta GA

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2010 - present
2010 - present