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Hakeem Kae-Kazim (born October 1, 1962; age 57) played Colonel Iké Dubaku in 24: Redemption and Season 7.

Biography and career Edit

Hakeem Kae-Kazim was born in Lagos, Nigeria to an accountant and a civil engineer. His parents emigrated to the United Kingdom when he was still a baby.

Kae-Kazim has had roles on TV series like Lost (with Henry Ian Cusick), Cane (with Mark Ivanir), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (with Tamara Tunie and Tracy Middendorf), Covert Affairs (with Sarah Clarke), Gotham, and Grange Hill. He also had a brief recurring storyline on NCIS: Los Angeles as well as doing cartoon voice-overs.

Kae-Kazim has also starred in films like Hotel Rwanda, The Front Line (with James Frain), Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (with Greg Ellis), and Slipstream (with Sean Astin). More recently, Kae-Kazim has provided voice-over roles for the Halo video game series, playing Dr. Endesha in the "Sadie's Story" segment of Halo 3: ODST and playing the supersoldier Jorge-052 in Halo: Reach.

Role on 24 Edit

Kae-Kazim played the role of Iké Dubaku during 24: Redemption and Season 7 of 24. Dubaku was a Sangalan rebel that worked for General Benjamin Juma. Aside of his appearance in Redemption, Kae-Kazim appeared in 9 episodes of Season 7. He was credited as a guest star for his role.

Kae-Kazim was born on the same day as Zolile Nokwe, who played his brother in 24: Redemption.

24 creditsEdit

24-related appearances Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • Mordene i Kongo (2018)
  • 24 Hours to Live (2017)
  • Black November (2012)
  • CIS: Las Gidi (2011)
  • Attack on Darfur (2009)
  • The Fourth Kind (2009)
  • X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
  • Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
  • The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines (TV, 2006)
  • The Front Line (2006)
  • Othello: A South African Tale (2005)
  • King Solomon's Mines (2004)
  • Critical Assignment (2004)
  • Hotel Rwanda (2004)
  • Global Effect (2002)

Television appearances

  • Dynasty (2017-2019)
  • Black Sails (2014-2016)
  • NCIS: Los Angeles (2011)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2007)
  • Lost (2006)
  • Human Cargo (2004 mini-series)
  • The Adventures of Sinbad (1997)
  • Grange Hill (1994)

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