Actor, Musician
Kevin Mambo
Kevin Mambo, actor, musician
Kevin Mambo
[Image Credit: Kevin Mambo Twitter profile]
Born (1972-06-29) June 29, 1972 (age 48)
Harare, Zimbabwe
ResidenceCanada
Occupation
  • Actor
  • Musician
  • Producer
  • Disc Jockey
TelevisionLaw & Order
Parent(s)Anna Tsitsi Mambo (nee Chipwaya) (mother), Nobby Mambo (father)

Kevin Mambo is a Zimbabwean born Canadian based actor, musician and disc jockey who is well known for his leading role in Guiding Light starring as Marcus Williams, which would win him two Daytime Emmy Awards in 1996 and 1997. He also played Fela Kuti in the hit Broadway show "Fela!" in New York City.

Background

Kevin Mambo was born on 29 June 1972 to Anna Tsitsi Mambo (nee Chipwaya) and Nobby Mambo in Harare, Zimbabwe before he would move with his parents to Saskatoon, western Canada. His mother was a registered nurse and mid-wife, while his father was a pathologist. He spent most of his early childhood in Saskatoon, western Canada while he attended university in California, United States of America. His parents would divorce when he was 12 years old and he'd view this as a relief from the arguing.[1]

Career

Mambo started early using various musical instruments that would see him taking up a lifestyle of music.

Filmography

  • Happyish (TV Series)
  • The Southside
  • Nina
  • Mistresses (TV Series)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV Series)
  • Trooper
  • Great Performances (TV Series)
  • Cadillac Records
  • Law & Order (TV Series)
  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV Series)
  • Law & Order: Trial by Jury (TV Series)
  • Law & Order: Criminal Intent (Video Game)
  • Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (Video Game)
  • Deadline (TV Series)
  • Soul Food (TV Series)
  • Spin City (TV Series)
  • The Firing Squad
  • Any Day Now (TV Series)
  • Guiding Light (TV Series)
  • One of Us Tripped
  • Family Matters (TV Series)
  • Freshman Dorm (TV Series)
  • One Life to Live (TV Series) [2]

Awards

Videos

Guiding Light Kevin Mambo Daytime Emmy Win 1996!


STGtv: 60 Seconds on FELA! with Kevin Mambo


Emmy 1998 Kim Zimmer, Kevin Mambo, Amy Cox, Cynthia Watros


BTV: Kevin Mambo on Acting




References

  1. Bea Hundal, BTV: Kevin Mambo The Early Years, YouTube, Published: 23 Jul 2012, Retrieved: 27 Feb 2015
  2. Kevin Mambo actor, IMDb, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: 27 Feb 2015
  3. Kevin Mambo Awards, IMDb, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: 27 Feb 2015