Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine received his MASTERS Degree of Fine Arts in Acting from New York University and completed studies at The Moscow Arts Theatre in Russia, The Royal National Theatre in London and The University of Virginia. An accomplished photographer and writer, Ntare’s photographic work has been featured on HBO’s television series Six Feet Under and also exhibited at the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History, The Latino Art Museum, The United Nations, Rush Arts Gallery and Museum Africa in Johannesburg to name a few.
Ntare’s first effort as a playwright is Biro, a multi-media solo performance piece, which held its World Premiere at Uganda’s National Theatre and subsequently premiered in London, then in New York at The Joseph Papp Public Theatre where it made the “New York Times critics pick list.” The production has since premiered in Los Angeles, Seattle, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa and Zimbabwe.
Ntare’s other acting credits include leading roles at The Steppenwolf Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The Lincoln Center, ACT, The Long Wharf Theatre and the National Tour of Six Degrees of Separation for which he received an NAACP Image Award nomination for Best Actor.
Ntare’s first effort as filmmaker is a documentary entitled Beware Of Time. The film received its first broadcast in Uganda and subsequently screened at the Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and the Black International Cinema in Berlin where it was selected as Best film on matters relating to Marginalized People.
BLOOD DIAMONDS Set against the backdrop of the 1990s civil war in Sierra Leone, this politically charged thriller stars Leonardo DiCaprio as a soldier of fortune who learns that Mende fisherman Djimon Hounsou has unearthed a priceless pink diamond. As the pair tries to recover the gem from the ruthless rebels who possess it and rescue Hounsou’s kidnapped child, they encounter American journalist Jennifer Connelly, who wishes to expose the diamond-trafficking trade that runs rampant throughout West Africa.
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Every year the Ugandan Diaspora Network will organize an annual Social Networking Gala and will also produce a quarterly publication highlighting the successes of the various Ugandans residing overseas. Please send us those inspirational stories and philanthropic work involving Ugandans abroad. We shall share these stories using this platform that is rapidly growing and expanding. The Next Diaspora Social Networking Gala will be Held on 30th December 2016 at The Kampala Serena Hotel.
He is currently in HBO’s “Treme”. Brilliant
Can you help me source some native Ugandan actors? I am based in the UK, but ma be working in Uganda next year running leadership seminars. I may need one male and one female actor playing age range between 35 and 55. Must be able to improvise and should have some background knowledge and/or experience of thecorporate business world.
Any help would be appreciated
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Just briefly, as i’m not certain this will be read, but i am wondering if Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine does any goodwill work for Uganda, such as championing education for example. I am working on a UN contract and wondering if there may be an opportunity to do something with him. Is he ever in Uganda, not that that is a deal breaker?