Nollywood Actor Chet and Omarosa to Host the Prestigious African NAFCA Hollywood 2015

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unnamedNollywood Actor Chet and Omarosa Host the NAFCA while Hollywood director Charles Penland directs the Prestigious Hollywood award

On September 12, 2015 at the iconic Orpheum Theatre of Los Angeles, The NAFCA and The NAFCA Honors will draw 2000 affluent audience. These prestigious film and honorary awards will draw filmmakers and dignitaries from around the world. The prestigious awards will be directed by Charles Penland and will be hosted by Nollywood Actor Chet Anekwe alongside Omarosa; a Philanthropist and TV star..read more

 

The NAFCA

The prestigious film and honorary awards, commonly known as The NAFCA are awards for achievements in the film industry and The NAFCA Honors are awarded to recognize outstanding individuals whose professional careers have been marked by extraordinary personal and professional accomplishments. Honorees and winners are read more unnamed-2

 

unnamed-1Charles’ career expands many years; in fact he started acting very early on as a regular on “The Waltons” and with starring appearances in “Charlie’s Angels” and “Hill Street Blues”. Although he has extensive television and film credits such as “Hunter,” “Living Single” and “Martin,” and his latest film roles in “Roscoes’ House of Chicken Waffles” and “Love Beat The Hell Outta Me” with Terrence Howard, Charles’ backbone is in the Theater where he was acclaimed for performances in “Othello”, “Fathers and sons” with Richard Chaimberlain and the Award winning “Buffalo Soldier”. But his love for musical Theater has led him not only to star in National Tours of plays, but also to Produce and Direct.

 

Charles has directed a long list of productions that have toured cities around the United States, and because of his history as an actor, he has captured the reputation amongst his highly regarded National Tours “Everything But My Soul”, “Love In All The Wrong Faces”, and the piece “What In Hell Do You Want?” which earned him an NAACP Theater Awards nomination. Charles has over time taken the essence of the traditional Gospel Play and transformed it into an experience brimming with spirituality, comedy, drama and unforgettable songs. The perfect example of this Gospel Evolution is “One Night Stand.” However, the pinnacle of Charles’ directing career must certainly be “Tell Hell I Ain’t Comin”, in which he created a fusion of Gospel and Broadway, visual and sensory, that transcended all cultural and ethnic lines, and that made the show a darling amongst critics and audiences throughout the United States.

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