Zackary Momoh

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Zackary Momoh
Born
OccupationActor
Years active2010–present

Zackary Momoh is a British-Nigerian actor known for his role in the 2018 TV series Seven Seconds.[1][2] Prior to the TV series, Momoh was a stage actor.[3] Momoh's first feature film was A United Kingdom in 2016.[4]

Credits[edit]

Year(s) Title Medium Role Notes
2010 The Prize Fighter Short film Thomas Molineaux (voice)
2011 The Swordsman of Trelawny Short film Leonard Parkinson (voice)
2011 Holby City TV series Gabriel Episode: "Keep On Keeping On"
2011 Doctors TV series Kelvin Watts Episode: "Who's the Daddy?"
2013 Spongebob Squarepants 4D Attraction: The Great Jelly Rescue Short film
2013 National Theatre Live: Othello Film Othello (Understudy) & Various
2014 Doctors TV series Hasan Haruna Episode: "Fast and Furious"
2014 Clap! Short film Zack
2015 Hot Pepper TV series Anton Episode: "One-Night Stand"
2016 Camping TV miniseries Biggs Episode #1.3
2016 A United Kingdom Film Oluwu
2017 No Offence TV series Manni Attah 7 episodes
2017 American Assassin Film Zach Uncredited
2018 Seven Seconds TV series Seth Butler
2018 Twelfth Night Film Antonio Based on Twelfth Night
2019 Death in Paradise TV series Harrison Green
2019 The Kill Team Film Sergeant Bruer
2019 Doctor Sleep Film David Stone
2019 Harriet Film John Tubman
2020 The Nevers TV series Dr. Horatio Cousens Main cast

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mangum, Trey (25 February 2018). "'Seven Seconds' Star Zackary Momoh On How The Netflix Series Tackles The Black Veteran Experience". Shadow and Act. Retrieved 4 September 2019.
  2. ^ Summars, Karynne (22 February 2018). "Interview With British Actor Zackary Momoh | Shining In 'Seven Seconds'". The Hedonist Magazine. Retrieved 4 September 2019.
  3. ^ Momoh, Zackary (26 February 2018). "How This Actor Went From the U.K. Stage to Starring on Netflix". Backstage. Retrieved 4 September 2019.
  4. ^ Davies, Alex (7 February 2019). "Death in Paradise 2019 cast: Who plays Harrison Green? Who is Zachary Momoh?". Daily Express. Retrieved 4 September 2019.

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