Conphidance is a multi-talented entertainer who is a star and face of the Apple TV+ series, Little America. Upon playing the role of Iwegbuna Ikeji, an immigrant student who finds a sense of connection through Oklahoma’s cowboy culture, Conphidance received high praises on Rolling stone, Variety, Deadline, The Guardian, Indiewire, Paste Magazine and The Washington Post.
Conphidance has also played other strong roles including a recurring guest star role on the CBS comedy, Bob Hearts Abishola, Emmy award winning “Atlanta” (FX), “American Gods” (Starz), a recurring role on “Complications” (USA Network), “Fist Fight” comedy film, opposite Ice Cube, “Good Behavior” (TNT), “Valor” (The CW), “Survivor’s Remorse” (Starz), “Six” (History Channel), and the Daytime Emmy Award winning “The Inspectors” (CBS). Additionally, he has worked as a musician in films and TV shows, including “Constantine” (NBC). Over the years, he has also worked on commercials and industrials across the U.S and oversees. His most notable theatrical performance was playing Joseph Asagai in “A Raisin in the Sun.”
Conphidance produced his first feature, titled “Klippers”, in Atlanta and is currently working on his second. He also writes scripts for film and TV, and has completed projects ready for production.
Conphidance has a passion for music and writes for aspiring artists while penning songs for his debut album. He also sets time out to work with youths by volunteering, mentoring, and uplifting their hearts through African dance and drumming. Through the arts, he strives to inspire the world toward positivity by building self-confidence one person at a time. They say his courage is greater than his fear, which makes him Conphidance; “CON” stands for Conscious, “PH” for Philosophical, and “I-DANCE” represents Entertainer – basically he is a conscious, philosophical, entertainer.