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Constance Ejuma (born December 5) played a Sangalan villager during Season 7 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Constance Ejuma was born in Cameroon and raised in the United States. She became interested in acting as a teenager and went on to study theater at the University of Toronto in Canada. After that, Ejuma attended Leicester University in the UK where she received a Master’s degree in Mass Communications. After graduating, she lived in Washington, DC for some time, but then moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career.

Through her career, Ejuma has appeared in TV shows like Monk (with Gregory Sporleder and Burl Moseley), Southland (with Michael Cudlitz, Regina King, Jenny Gago, and C. Thomas Howell), and Eagleheart. She has also appeared in films like Dad's War, The Undershepherd, and 8.

Ejuma is currently working on the film Ben & Ara, where she is a producer and lead actress.

Role on 24 Edit

Ejuma is one of five actors credited for playing a group of villagers from the fictional African country of Sangala during Season 7. Ejuma's scenes are all part of a video footage that is shown to President Allison Taylor to show the effects of a biological weapon on humans.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Ben & Ara (2015)
  • Dad's War (2014)
  • The Under Shepherd (2012)
  • Kwame (2008)

Television appearances

  • Consequences (2017)
  • Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders (2016)
  • Scorpion (2014)
  • Eagleheart (2012)
  • Southland (2011)
  • Monk (2009)
  • 24 (2009)

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