Doh Zeyenouin, Rufin
Rufin Doh Zeyenouin
Actor (Abidjan, Ivory Coast, 4.15.1961)
Based in Italy, since the 1990s he made several experiences as an actor in theatrical, TV and film productions. His first role was in a short called Contro, part of a collective feature called Intolerance – Sguardi del cinema sull’intolleranza (1996). In 2000, he wrote and performed the ending theme song for the TV show Il regalo più bello. In 2001, he was DJ and host in the radio show Nih, broadcasted by Radio Popolare. He is author of the play Gadua, that in 2004 won the playwright contest ScenaMadre organized by Associazione culturale CRT from Rome for Festa d‘Africa Festival.
His latest appearance is in the role of the chief Dogon in box office hit Quo vado? (2015), with Checco Zalone, starring also Emmanuel Dabone.
Rufin Doh features, together with Mefehnja Tatcheu, also in Wake Up – Vite parallele (website), an independent low budget film directed by Congo-born actor Pegas Ekamba Bessa, currently still in post-production.
Intolerance – Sguardi del cinema sull’intolleranza (e Contro) (Paolo Ameli, 1996, ff, act), Il conto Montecristo (Ugo Gregoretti, 1997, tvs, act), Tu la conosci Claudia? (Massimo Venier, 2004, ff, act), La banda dei Babbi Natale (Paolo Genovese, 2010, ff, act), Il segreto dell’acqua (Renato De Maria, 2011, tvs, act), Il caso Enzo Tortora – Dove eravamo rimasti? (Ricky Tognazzi, 2012, tvms, act), Noi e la Giulia (Edoardo Leo, 2015, ff, act), Devil Comes to Koko (Alfie Nze, 2015, docf, act), Quo vado? (Gennaro Nunziante, 2015, ff, act), I bastardi di Pizzofalcone (s1e2. Rabbia) (Carlo Carlei, 2016, tvms, act)
Frame taken from:
Noi e la Giulia. Dir. Edoardo Leo. IIF Italian International Film, Warner Bros. Ent. Italia, 2015. Reframed.
Contributors: Leonardo De Franceschi
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