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Alani iLongwe

A graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and recipient of the coveted Ron Howard Fellowship, Alani studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute for Theatre and Film under the tutelage of incredible instructors such as Bill Balzac, Ted Zurkowski, Lola Cohen, Geoffrey Horne, Paul Calderón, and the legendary Irma Sandrey. Since 2014, he has had the pleasure of teaching actors from around the world how to illuminate the human condition through the development of emotionally rich vividly fleshed out characters specifically crafted for theater and film.

A multidisciplinary entertainment professional, Alani has performed at some of the most prestigious theaters around the country including The Geffen Playhouse, Seattle Rep, Arena Stage, Woolly Mammoth Theater, and the Classical Theatre of Harlem. Television credits include: Law & Order, Blue Bloods, Major Crimes, Castle, Cousins for Life, Casagrandes, Loud House, and Jessica’s Big Little World. Feature film credits include: Life of a King, Woodlawn, and Arthur the King.