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Femi Oyeniran

Femi Oyeniran is a London-based actor/filmmaker who has starred in hit films including Kidulthood, Adulthood, 4,3,2,1 and Anuvahood.

Femi has recently written and co-directed his first feature film It’s A Lot in which he also stars. This summer Femi will see the release of Taking Stock directed by Maeve Murphy and starring Kelly Brook, Scot Williams and Georgia Groome.

On completing his law degree at the London School of Economics (LSE) in 2008, Femi decided to focus on acting and filmmaking. His directorial debut was a semi-autobiographical short film called Fresh off the Boat.  He also produces an online chat show concept called Cut the Chat. He has also shot a feature length documentary about fatherhood in the black community, which features Trevor McDonald, Tinie Tempah and Spike Lee.

Having starred in Demons Never Die and Anuvahood, Femi embarked on writing his first feature film - It’s A Lot, released theatrically on 21 October 2013 and is due for DVD/BluRay release on 17 February 2014.

Femi is currently working on four other feature film scripts #THATONEEX, Cornelius Winston – One Man and Him Dream, Trending Topic and The New Black Sheep.