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With 20 titles to his filmography that include a voice actor in Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D, Ochieng has also worked in movie crews as a sound editor and a writer. Brewers Difficult Day (2011) and MISSInformed (2013). Shah was born in Kenya in 1956 but moved back to his parents native India when he was only twelve years old.
I bet you didn’t know there is a Kenyan-born actor in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, The Hobbit, The Chronicles of Narnia, Titanic (1997), and Alice in Wonderland. A stuntman and actor, he first featured in a movie in 1977.
But did you know that the guy who voiced Nien throughout the episode is Kenyan? Originally a model, Oyaya’s only claim to this list is the Star Wars character she played in two Star Wars movies.
She played the role of the Jedi Master Luminara Unduliin in Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones.
Meanwhile, the apparent death of Boone’s Liz comes as the actress herself prepares to give birth to her first child, likely leading viewers to wonder whether the character’s demise is merely a ruse to accommodate her real-life maternity leave.
This wouldn’t be the first time James Spader’s Red faked her death as a protective measure (see: this season’s fifth episode, “Arioch Cain.”) NBC declined to comment on Boone’s involvement with the series moving forward, but Eggold released an exclusive statement to TVLine: “I was as shocked as I think the fans are!
Kiran has 31 Titles in his filmography; Deep Roy (we can’t get enough of the name) has 46.
So, why are these two actors often mistaken for each other? Roy is 4 ft 4 inches and Kiran Shah is slightly shorter at 4 2 or 1.26 meters tall.
He portrayed Cheese, a local Haitian drug lord, in the Ben Affleck feature directorial debut, “Gone Baby Gone,” which starred Ben's brother Casey Affleck and he co-wrote (with Aaron Stockard) based on the novel of the same name by Dennis Lehane, co-starred with Nick Chinlund, Isaach De Bankolé, Brendan Fehr and Marley Shelton in the thriller “The Fifth Patient” and played the role of Bodie in the film adaptation of Brian Garfiel's book, “Death Sentence.” Gathegi gained further attention thanks to his role as dark haired, olive toned vampire Laurent in the adaptation of Stephenie Meyer's popular novel, “Twilight” (2008).
There is the obvious similarity that they were born in Kenya, at around the same time, immigrated, then launched their careers in the 1970s. Now, guess which one of the two was Elijah Woods (Bilbo Baggins) body double in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. We shouldn’t be proud of one of Kenya’s sons making it to Twilight.
Not since the series made vampires look so timid and mushy (and one spent his immortality flirting with an underage highschool girl).
Directed by Catherine Hardwicke and starring Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson, the film was a huge box office success with over 2 million despite receiving mixed reviews from critics.
You probably know that episode in Star Wars: Episode VI-Return of the Jedi where the character Nien Nunb says something in Kikuyu.