Arinze Kene Biography – Age, Country, Family, Movies

Last Updated on September 8, 2018 by mybiohub

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Arinze Kene was born in 1987. He is an African-British actor and playwright. Kene has appeared in stage productions such as playing Simba in The Lion King, Daddy Cool, and in June 2009 played strutting lothario Raymond LeGrendre in the musical Been So Long, based on Ché Walker’s 1998 play, which opened at the Young Vic. Kene also plays the lead in 2010 UK Film Council feature Freestyle.
He won the 2010 award for Most Promising Playwright at The Offies (Off West End award). His latest play, Little Baby Jesus at the Oval House, has been nominated for Best New Play in The Offies 2011. He is a member of the series 3 writing team for EastEnders: E20. In April 2011, his casting as Rocco in Hollyoaks was announced. 
He has featured in several movies such as; In 2016, The Pass alongside Russell Tovey, a film about two gay footballers which premiered at the British Film Institute’s Flare Festival of LGBT films, In 2016 he portrayed Tyler in the television series Crazyhead, From 6 October to 3 December 2016 Kene acted and sang in the role of Sam Cooke in the Donmar Warehouse production of the European premiere of One Night in Miami, a play by Kemp Powers.