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CASTING: Working with Talawa Theatre Company to devise a new play that will be performed late August until early September.

 

CASTING: Main guest role on upcoming episode of BBC’s ‘Doctors’, directed by Edward Dick.

 

Winner of the Elaine Campbell Gullan Poetry competition. The prize was presented to Akuc for her own writing ‘Colourism’ which examines the issue of prejudice within the black community.

The competition was judged by Robin Wilson, theatre director and poet, who described the piece as ‘an accomplished work that both provoked and captivated’.

 

Photoshoot with London-based photographer Caleb and the cam.

 

Live transmissions on the CBBC channel including an interview with Hacker and Rhys for the broadcast of final episode on ‘The Dumping Ground’.

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Photoshoot with artistic director Mai A. in Glasgow.

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Played Female Doctor/Aunt/Female Tourist in ‘Middletown’ by Will Eno at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland directed by Mark Steveson.

 

Currently in 1st year studying BA Acting at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

 

Photoshoot for High Snobriety  with with photographer Ed Fraser and stylist/editor Atip Wananaruks.

 

Acceptance of offer from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland to study BA Acting.

 

Wrapped on short film ‘Black Black’ created by Akuc Bol and Dhieu Malwal Dong.

 

Wrapped on series 5 of ‘The Dumping Ground’ which is set to air in January 2017.

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Filming series 5 of ‘The Dumping Ground’ playing Kazima Tako for 3 months. Click here  to watch the latest episode from series 4.

 

Presented live TV show ‘Canvas’ for London College of Communication.

CASTING: Feature in commercial directed by Aksel Hennie for Elinar Films. Filming in Oslo, Norway.

 

Photoshoot for Thiiird Magazine with with photographer Takanori Okuwak and fashion director Rhona Ezuma.

 

Wrapped on ‘Talks Web Series’ for Ravensborne and ‘The Big Chop’ for London Film School.

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Creating a short film about personal experiences of colourism in London (ongoing).