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In “My Dead Boyfriend,” she plays a lackadaisical unemployed woman who finds out her recently deceased deadbeat boyfriend was not at all who he seemed to be.Graham talked to CBS News about what she shares with her character and why she’s excited about the presidential election. I guess it’s sort of a feeling -- you feel like you don’t really know someone but then you learn things about them like, “Wow, I didn’t know that person,” so yeah, I can relate to that. I just wrote a movie [“Half Magic”] -- directed and acted in it, too, and we made it and are finding a distributor right now. It was a super-inspiring experience -- maybe one of the best I’ve ever had. It’s a sex comedy about three women who are friends.In May 2017, he announced that casting on the film had begun with Damson Idris in the lead role as Enitan, Kate Beckinsale playing his abusive, neglectful foster mother and Gugu Mbatha-Raw as his teacher and mentor. It was the first mainstream breakout hit for the network, before both The Sopranos and Sex and the City took over Sunday nights.Akinnuoye-Agbaje's modeling career led him to Hollywood, where he began his acting career with a 1995 role in Congo. In 2009, Akinnuoye-Agbaje was in talks with Marvel Studios to play the superhero Black Panther in a proposed film of the same name.He has numerous film credits since he began acting in 1994 and has appeared in many films, including The Bourne Identity, in which he played a deposed African dictator, Hitu the police officer in Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Lock-Nah in The Mummy Returns, and Heavy Duty in G. In an interview, he stated his excitement about the possibility, saying that "the timing is so right" for a black superhero, and "while I'm in my prime, this is the time...
The brief exposure to Nigeria left him struggling to reconcile his heritage with the distinctly English culture and environment he was raised in.As a teenager facing a cultural identity crisis, he joined a local skinhead gang in order to escape racial persecution at their hands.At 16 years old, having become a violent thief, his foster parents sent him to a boarding school in Surrey where he ultimately attempted suicide before coming to terms with his background and turning his life around."I was actually lifting five days a week, and then in between shooting, I would go to the gym.In fact, I would get some of the scenes engineered into the gym." Akinnuoye-Agbaje has been in tons of projects since the show, including roles in G. Joe and The Bourne Identity, plus a regular spot on ABC's Lost. These days, Akinnuoye-Agbaje lifts three days a week, splitting his workouts up by body part.
I'm going to keep knocking on their door." In 2014 Marvel did announce a Black Panther film, though with Chadwick Boseman in the title role.