Ntare Mwine Biography
Ntare Mwire (full name: Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine) is an American stage and film actor, playwright, photographer, documentarian, and activist.
Ntare is a first generation Ugandan American working in the mediums of photography, theatre, film, and television. His photographic work has exhibited at The United Nations, Rush Arts Gallery, the UCLA Fowler Museum, The Latino Art Museum, and has featured on HBO’s “SIX FEET UNDER.”
The famous actor was born 1967 in Hanover, New Hampshire. He is 52 years old as of 2019.
Ntare Mwine Wife
Ntare was married to a film produce Ena Frias 2001 and later divorced in 2007. information about his children is under review
Ntare Mwine Family
His father was a Harvard Law School-educated lawyer. His parents separated when Ntare was 7 years old, with Ntare spending time with his father (who then worked in US finance, including a period at the World Bank in Washington D.C.) and his mother (who went to Kenya to teach psychology at the University of Nairobi). Though his parent names are still under review and will be updated soon.
Ntare Mwine Career
Mwine appeared in movies including Blood Diamond, where he made his film debut. His first television appearance was in New York Undercover in 1995. Recent appearances include a recurring role as the mysterious Usutu in Heroes. Mwine originally played the role of “Joseph” in the show’s unreleased pilot episode; this part was removed when NBC took on the show full-time due to the character’s plot of terrorist activity. Mwine also appeared as Tom Adler in CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and as Maurice Devereaux in The Riches.
Mwine played a minor yet recurring character in the Treme TV series of HBO and David Simon. The series deals with life in New Orleans ‘ Tremé district after Hurricane Katrina.
Ntare Mwine The Chi
The Chi is an American drama series produced by Lena Waithe about life in a neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. Rick Famuyiwa directed the pilot. It started at Showtime on January 7, 2018. Showtime renewed the series for a second season on January 30, 2018, which started on April 7, 2019. Showtime renewed the series for a third season on April 30, 2019. It was announced on May 20, 2019, that Jason Mitchell would not return to the show for season 3 due to “misconduct accusations” 2018, Mwine featured as Ronnie in the Showtime television series The Chi, which follows residents of the Chicago South Side.
Ntare Mwine Documentary Work
Mwine’s inaugural documentary, Beware of Time, screened at the 2004 Pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles and the Berlin-Black International Cinema. Describing the life of HIV-positive Ugandans, it has been appointed Best Film on Matters Relating to Marginalized People and features a rare interview with Amule Amin, the brother of former Ugandan dictator Idi Amin
Ntare Mwine Filmography
2016 Queen of Katwe
2006 Blood Diamond
Ntare Mwine Television Shows
2018 -present The Chi
2016- 2017 Bosch
2015 The Knick
2013 The Newsroom
2010- 2013 Treme
2008 The Riches
2006- 2009 Heroes
2001- 2008 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
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