Constance Ejuma: making Cameroon In Hollywood


The Cameroonian born actress and filmmaker is an attraction to her compatriots.

Constance Ejuma is that name, currently on every lip as individuals talk about the film industry in Cameroon and the United States of America (USA). Her recent participation in the latest Hollywood film “The Black Panther” has not only brought her into the limelight as an actress but has also revealed her determination to overcome all odds and climb the ladder within the film industry in the USA and elsewhere.

Constance Ejuma is an award-winning actress and producer. Born in Cameroon and raised in the US, she became interested in acting as a teenager and went on to study theater at the University of Toronto in Canada. She later attended Leicester University in the UK where she received a master’s degree in Mass Communications.

After completing her studies, she spent a brief time pursuing acting in the Washington, DC area before making the move to Los Angeles to further her training and advance her career. Dark in complexion, Constance says her acting career has been okay, although she is still aiming for higher heights.

She has been involved in small supporting roles on TV shows and has done a few commercials. Few years ago she joined forces with a friend who wrote a script for a film called “Ben & Ara”, in which they ended up producing and starring. According to the Hollywood star, the film did well at film festivals around the world as they won the African Movie Academy Award (AMAA) in the best Diaspora Feature Category.

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