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Chinenye Ezeudu

  Chinenye Ezeudu is an actress best known for her role as Vivienne “Viv” Odesanya’ in Netflix’s hit series “Sex Education,” alongside Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Emma Mackey and Ncuti Gatwa.  The actor recently wrapped production on Netflix’s film adaptation of “School for Good and Evil” with Kerry Washington and Charlize Theron. Based on the series of fantasy novels by Soman Chainani and directed by Paul Feig, the story is set in a school which trains students to become fairytale heroes and villains. The film is due in 2022. Ezeudu’s credits also include another Netflix series, “Harlan Coben’s The Stranger.” Emerging star Chinenye has also joined the cast of Young Films’ “Silent Roar,” alongside Louis McCartney (“Grounding”), Ella Lily Hyland (“Intruder”) and Mark Lockyer (“Holby City”). The film, a contemporary tale of adolescence and surfing set on a Scottish Hebridean island, is being produced by Chris Young (“”The Inbetweeners Movie”) and is written and directed by BAFTA n

NneNne Iwuji-Eme

  NneNne Iwuji-Eme is a British diplomat. In March 2018, she was appointed to be the High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Mozambique and took up her post in July 2018 in succession to Joanna Kuenssberg. She is the first black woman to represent the United Kingdom as a high commissioner. NneNne was born in Truro, Cornwall, England, to parents who worked for the United Nations. She was educated at St Felix School, a boarding school in Southwold, Suffolk, from 1990 to 1995. She studied economics at the University of Manchester, and has one son. Iwuji-Eme joined the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) in 1999 as an economic advisor. In 2002, she moved to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) as Head of Africa, Middle East and Transition Economies in its Economic Policy Department. Prior to her appointment to her current post as High Commissioner of the United Kingdom to Mozambique she was the UK's First Secretary in Brazil. Sources: GOV.UK, Wiki. 

Ngozi Anyanwu

  Ngozi Jane Anyanwu is a playwright and actress known for roles in The Affair, Women Who Kill,  Limitless, The Deuce, The Mysteries of Laura and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Her play 'Good Grief' won Center Theatre Group's Humanitas Award after its world premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in 2016. It was included on The Kilroys' List in 2016. Her other plays include 'The Homecoming Queen' which premiered at the Atlantic Theater Company in 2018 and 'The Last of the Love Letters', her latest play which premieres in this month.  Ngozi is a recipient of New York Stage and Film's Founders Award. She is commissioned by Old Globe Theatre and the Atlantic Theater Company. Anyanwu has a BA from Point Park University and her MFA in Acting from University of California San Diego. She is an alumnus of an Old Vic New Voices program, and has had residencies at Djerassi Artists Residency, Lincoln Center Theater (LCT), and SPACE on Ryder Farm. She resid