AIMIENDE NEGBENEBOR, MEMBER
Amiende Negbenebor is an actress, singer and a model.
Originally from Nigeria, she currently resides in the Bronx, NY. Recent credits include Slant of Light Theatre’s Cairo Stories – Veils; The 13thWiseacre Farm, and Phillip Weiss’s Captain Dingleman’s Great Adventure. She appeared in The Historic Hudson Valley’s production of Sleepy Hollow; in the ‘10 NYC Fringe Festival Play Flesh Light Stories – The Boulevard of Brazzaville; in From Cancer to Broadway, a benefit performance at The Cherry Lane Theatre, NY; in The Ritual, a Zeno Obi Constance play, at The New Perspectives Theatre, NY; and the three installments of Stages on the Street Repertory Theatre’s Sound’s Crossings, performed as a part of the ‘09 NYC Fringe Festival; in Poznan, Poland, as a part of the ‘09 'Festival Excluded' titled Close Strangers; and the premiere in 2008. Aimiende also appeared as The Rwandan Refugee in Anna Deavere Smith's None of Us Are Monologists (aka Chill,) a Co-Op Theatre East's ensemble production of 'A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer,' in Lenis Guess' musical Girl Fun, and in Retro Production's Mill Fire. She continues to hone her craft at Donna Marrazzo Acting Studio in New York City, NY; holds a B.E. in Computer Engineering and a B.A. in Literature from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ; and is a proud member of Bedlam Ensemble Theatre Company.