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African rising actor/writer/producer Ernest Napoleon was born in Moscow, Russia to a Tanzanian father and a Russian mother.

His first acting experience was in a Christmas play (New Year’s in the old Soviet Union) at the young age of 3.

His family moved to Tanzanian when he was 5 years old. Ernest was a very active child with elaborative plans his mother coined as “Napoleon plans” after Napoleon Bonaparte, a French military and political leader.

In Tanzania, Ernest did everything from working as a TV presenter for the largest TV station in East Africa at the time (EATV), to DJ-ing at one of the prominent nightclubs in Africa (Club Billicanas) to becoming a recording artist of a famous music genre in East Africa (Bongo Flava), going by the name of MC Napo.

As a teen, Ernest moved to Los Angeles to pursue a computer science degree and a career in films. In Los Angeles, he devoted his time to acting and writing classes for a period of 7 years. After helping friends and colleagues make their own short films and TV pilots, Ernest embarked on a journey to make his very own first feature film called Going Bongo.

In the film he plays the lead character, Dr. Berger, who happily lands a job at the prestigious Beverly Hills medical centre in Los Angeles and is eager to impress his new boss. After attending a Gala arranged by his superiors, he “mistakenly” volunteers to work in Africa for a month at an under resourced hospital. Leaving his fiancé and the life he knows behind, the American Doctor heads out to Tanzania to follow through with his promise.

Going Bongo is now the first international film made by a Tanzanian and the first ever East African film to be accepted by iTunes. Ernest produced, co-wrote and acted in the film.

He is currently writing and developing new projects and will play a lead character in “From Freetown” directed by Antony Szeto (Jackie Chan Presents Wushu) to be released in January 2016.

         

Ernest Napoleon Dr.Lewis Burger
Emanuela Galliussi  Laura Carmenucci
Ashley Olds  Marina Kezerian
Nyokabi Gethaiga Tina
MacDonald Haule Bahame
Mariam Peter Zola Mwandenga
Evance Bukuku Kaligo
Gabriel Jarret Brian Kaufman
Mzome Mahmoud Tende
Jeff Joslin Perry Weiss
Betty Kazimbaya Mama Mwandenga
Ahmed Olotu Yazidi
Robert Sisko Dr.Eliot Lerner
Richard Halverson Auctioneer Cyril Flaws
Maiz Lucero Dr. Trout
Sauda Simba Rose
 Meredith Thomas Anne Lerner
Milena Gardasevic Coco Banaloche
Felix Ryan  Armen
Anthony Skordi Pop
Serdar Kalsin Uncle Hovan
Tasha Dixon Gwen Kaufman
Lisa Goodman Aunt Tia
Queen Victoria of Sheba Ma
Amby Lusekelo Hospital Clerk
Artem Belov Marvin
Charles Onesmo Thief
Maulidi Mfaume Mob Leader
Mirah Pretta Nurse # 1
Libertad Green Lady in Evening Gown
Ramadhani Dr.Shaabani
Tende (Voice) Tukise Mogoje
Taxi Driver (Voice) Abraham Ntonya

Dr. Burger happily lands a job at the prestigious Beverly Hills medical centre in Los Angeles and his eager to impress his new boss. After attending a Gala arranged by his superiors, he “mistakenly” volunteers to go work in Africa for a month at an under resourced hospital.  Leaving his fiancé behind, this American Doctor heads out to Tanzania to follow through with his promise.

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