Eric Kofi Abrefa


Eric Kofi Abrefa

Sharing the screen with talents such as LaKeith Stanfield, James McAvoy, Benedict Cumberbatch, Alfre Woodard, and David Oyelowo in the much-anticipated Columbia Pictures/Legendary Entertainment film, THE BOOK OF CLARENCE, audiences will witness the magnetic performance of the rising British actor, Eric Kofi Abrefa (Starz's "BMF," JURASSIC PARK: FALLEN KINGDOM, SNOWDEN), who plays antagonist Jedidiah the Terrible in the film debuting nationwide on January 12, 2024. Kofi garnered applause at all press screenings with one of the most powerful, crowd-pleasing, and redeeming moments of the film opposite the all-star cast.

 

THE BOOK OF CLARENCE, crafted by the visionary writer and director Jeymes Samuel, known for his work on "THE HARDER THEY FALL," and produced by none other than Jay-Z, "THE BOOK OF CLARENCE" promises to be a cinematic masterpiece. For a glimpse into the film's essence, the trailer can be viewed here.

 

Abrefa, recognized for his roles in blockbuster features like "JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM," "FURY" alongside Brad Pitt, and Oliver Stone's "SNOWDEN," has made an indelible mark in the industry. His portrayal as the antagonist Lamar Silas in the Starz series "BMF," produced by Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson, further solidified his standing as a versatile and compelling actor.

 

Notably, Abrefa reunites with director Andrew "Rapman" Onwubolu for the upcoming Netflix sci-fi superhero series "Supacell." This innovative series explores the emergence of superpowers among ordinary citizens from South London, and the first-look teaser can be seen here.

 

A graduate of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Abrefa's talent extends to the stage, where he has starred in the National Theatre's contemporary adaptation of "Miss Julie," titled "Julie," opposite Vanessa Kirby.

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