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Bambadjan Bamba was born on January 30, 1982, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast. His zodiac sign is Aquarius and he is 182 cm tall.
He is an Ivorian-American actor and producer, he is also a prominent immigrant rights advocate. He is famous for his roles in Black Panther. He was a t-shirt vendor in a 2016 Suicide Squad.
Childhood Of Bamba
Bamba is a black immigrant and he is from Ivory Coast and came into America legally with his parents two decades ago. In 1992, he was 10 years old, when he and his family migrated into America as a refugee.
When he first entered America he could only speak french but later Bamba learned English by listening to hip-hop rappers such as Biggie Smalls and watching cartoons such as “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.”
The prominent immigrant rights advocate Bamba was raised in the South Bronx and Richmond, Virginia. He went to New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, New York City.
However, Bamba has not revealed any sort of information regarding his parents since he prefers a low-key profile.
He faced a lot of difficulties in his childhood days to get good life education because he and his family were refugees and their life got harder because they were black Americans.
Bambadjan is married to Ganohon. They both have become proud parents of an adorable daughter, Theophilia. The detailed information regarding their marriage date hasn't been revealed yet.
It has been many years since his marriage and has been happily enjoying his married life with his wife and daughter. There are not any rumors about his other dating affairs.
The Black Panther actor Bamba uncovered that he was a DACA receiver in a meeting with the Los Angeles Times, in November 2017.
He has since utilized his foundation to advocate for undocumented workers in the United States.
He has worked with Define American, a charitable media and culture association that gives a scene to undocumented individuals to recount their own accounts, and he added to the collection American Like Me: Reflections on life between societies, altered by America Ferrera.
Bamba also tells about his works and expresses his success towards DACA in an interview with Define America.
My life has not been defined by my immigration status, but, like so many, it is something that now looms large with the current political fight in Congress over immigration laws. DACA was a dream come true. As an actor, it gave me the confidence to book more work and speak my mind a little louder without fear that my status would be used against me. But most importantly, it gave me some peace of mind that I wasn’t going to get separated from my family. I am now working with Define American, an organization that has helped so many others tell their own immigration stories through its digital story platform.
Filmography And Awards
Bambadjan has contributed his talent in many tv-series and movies. His first movie was a romantic comedy film I Think I Love My Wife in 2007 as the role of Rappen on Elevator. He has also played a role in award-winning movies like Black Panther in 2018, Suicide Squad in 2016, The Good Place 9 episode from 2016-2019, and many more.
He has also won many popular renowned awards like Courageous Advocate Award (American Civil Liberties Union) and Courageous Luminary Award (National Immigration Law Center).
The Good Place, Bambadjan is a hard-working actor who has a hunger for acting. His primary source of income is acting and he is earning well from his acting career.
After all the hard work he has put into his acting career he has been able to account for a good sum of money. According to the sources of 2022, The net worth of Bambadjan Bamba is approx $2 million. Now He is living a moderate life in the USA.
Bamba has given his many years of time to the entertainment industry and he is still working as an actor. He also promotes his movies and series through his official Instagram account @bambathegreat where he has got more than 10k followers.
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