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Biko Eisen-Martin


Born and raised in San Francisco, Biko was immersed in art and radicalism by a single mother who empowered him to use his voice, his body and art to not only overcome struggle, but to uplift others. As a youth Biko performed poetry nationally with Youth Speaks including the Youth Against War conference in Bosnia. At Brown University Biko received ... See full bio »

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Blue Bloods Maurice Bell
(2022)
Modern Love Kevin
(2021)
Testament Anthony
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 2013 What to the American Slave Is the 4th of July? (Short) (completed)
Frederick Douglass
 2022 Blue Bloods (TV Series)
Maurice Bell
- Long Lost (2022) ... Maurice Bell
 2021 Power Book II: Ghost (TV Series)
Nuff
- Coming Home to Roost (2021) ... Nuff
- The Greater Good (2021) ... Nuff
 2021 Modern Love (TV Series)
Kevin
- The Night Girl Finds a Day Boy (2021) ... Kevin
 2021 The Gesture (Short)
Doctor (credit only)
 2021 Testament
Anthony
 2020 Our Own Sun (Short)
 2020 Buck (Short)
Harris
 2018 Dietland (TV Series)
Hal Jizz
- Y Not (2018) ... Hal Jizz
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 2021 Lynching Postcards: 'Token of A Great Day' (Documentary short) (voice)
 2016 Nothing Happened (Documentary short)
Romeo

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(January 8 to February 2, 2013) He played John in Matthew Lopez's play, "The Whipping Man," was performed in a Brown-Forman Series production at the Actors Theatre of Louisville in Louisville, Kentucky with Frankie J. Alvarez (Caleb) and Michael Genet (Simon) in the cast. Meredith McDonough was director.

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