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January - March 2020

WOMXN ON FIRE Festival, First Chair

Keegan Theater, Washington DC

Written by Jean Koppen, Directed by Nicole Maneffa. I play Ben whose wife Leslie (Julieta Gozalo) questions the gender disparity in America. They are both orchestra first chairs, but their lives are far from equal. This production was part of nine 10minute plays by playwrights in the greater District of Columbia. Other titles include Eather, Pigeon Trap, There is no hope in the city of Choas... I also assisted with instagram story takeovers.


January 2021 

 I'll Be Seeing You by Abby Land


DWB by By Zahria Moore

Performed as Tyler in Dating While Black (DWB), set in pandemic world where a young black woman navigates dating, and read stage directions for I'll Be Seeing You, a treatise on race and racism in America. both plays at Missouri New Play Series, zoom edition, produced by the Missouri University Theater Department, where I',m also a member of the Missouri Playwrights Workshops.

second chance

September 2016 to January 2018

NTV Uganda (Nation Media Group)

Second Chance as Simon 

Truthful, carefree, and a brute with no sieves attacking lies and deception, Simon fights his greatest demons (loathing his father, abandonment and rejection) with youthful spirit. Celebrated across East Africa, the role made for a household name on TV. I also assisted with casting actors and rehearsals on the drama series which is a remake of Telemundo’s El Cuerpo Del Deseo


2015 & 2017 –  2018

Urban Television (Vision Group)

Taste of Time as Andy

Andy, the unfaithful infidel rivaling the local Pastor, Frank, for female flock in Church is a satirical character who exposes the self-righteousness, religious syncretism, hypocrisy and sexual mischief in Uganda's Pentecostal church.​ Produced by Jephin Filmz and Directed by Nondo Fred, this drama simultaneously showing with Second Chance made me the first actor to feature on two competitor TV station at once.

short film

February 2018

Ngalabi Short Film Festival

Actor at a masterclass for filmmakers, facilitated by London Film School's Femi Kolade & Kenya's Albert Josiah. The 2nd edition had filmmakers from Uganda, Kenya, Rwanda and Tanzania, under patronage of Goethe-Zentrum Kampala/UGCS and Maisha Film Lab. Maisha was founded by celebrated Hollywood Director, Mira Nair (popular for films like Mississipi Masala starring Denzel Washington and Disney's Queen of Katwe starring Lupita Nyong'o & David Oyelowo).


Monday 27th October 2020 


Pipeline Playwrights & Thelma Theatre 

Washington DC

In collaboration with Too Much Damn Theater, Time Stops, written by Marketa Seliyah Nicholson and directed by Director Merancia Noelsaint showed to audiences on zoom, as part of Pipeline's series of play readings. The short plays explore themes like fertility, race, racism, police brutality, mental health, gender, love and romance. Pipeline and create platforms for women playwrights in Washington DC



Dancer Choreographer, music video


Released January 2020, Mutono's Circulation is a daring tale of unrequited love and the unspoken affections between men. Shot in Mt. Elgon's green escarpments of Sisiyi Falls in Mbale, Uganda, the productions had a British, Ugandan and American crew, including Cinematographer - Isaac Eastgate Steadicam Operator - Evrim Kaya, Assistant Camera - Felix Pickles and Producer / Fixer - Patience Asaba Katushabe. In video dancing with Guy Zziwa


February - May 2016 

Alliance Francaise Kampala, 

Laramie Project

Multiple roles, Jedediah Schultz, Aaron McKinney, Russel Henderson and Mormon Minister, Directed by American activist, Nate Freeman.  This 1998 story about murdered gay American teenager, Matthew Shepherd resonated with Uganda's intolerant and homophobic society in 2016, only two years after parliament passed their  anti-gay bill - calling for a death sentence for all LGBTQ people.


September - November 2017

Nelson in Strings: Village coffin maker Nelson, falls in love with educated and confident Ler, in a story written and directed by Angella Emurwon, tacking the place of women, fatherhood, the role of family and education. Ochen in A Ghost Story: Ochen is disillusioned amid political instability following the assassination of his twin brother Opio and murder of his parents, in a draconian State. Written by  Lloyd Lutara, Directed by Angella Emurwon.


July – September 2014 

Uganda National Theatre

Much Ado About Nothing as Claudio

Directed by Nathalie Adlam from  Lefoule (UK), Produced by Tom Adlam, I explored Shakespeare’s Claudio, pursuing a Ugandan/African treatise of the role, to plausible media reviews. Claudio, the love struck groom falls for the folly that his bride, Hero, had an affair on the night before their wedding, sending him into rage, and latter tragic events that nearly ruin his love.


January 2013 to April 2016 

KADS Uganda, multiple Productions

Uganda National Theatre

Multiple roles in annual theatre productions, Tragedy of Macbeth as Lennox (2013) directed by Tom Adlam & Angella Emurwon, American Musical Grease (2015) as Danny Zuko, Murder Mysteries (2015) as rich and famous Ugandan Formula 1 driver, Broadway style musical, Mango Roses (2014), Pygmalion (2016) as Freddy Eynsford and Narrator directed by Tom Adlam etc...


April – June 2012

Trivision Uganda

Beauty To Ashes as Charlie

A reckless promiscuous teenager, Charlie contracts HIV from Uganda’s sexual network. Produced by Trivision Uganda, directed by Irene Kulabako, the feature film was written by Billy Ashaba  and starred celebrated actors like local Patricko Mujuuka and media personality, Ben Mwiine. Utilized as a sensitization tool for sexual reproductive health, the movie toured schools and colleges, engaging youth in effective behavioral change communication.

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