Bek Wa Goro is a British born actor, writer and producer of South African and Kenyan descent.

He completed a bachelors degree  in Film and Television in 2017 at the University of the Arts London where he produced and directed several short films, most notably By Virtue of Fact.

He specialised in screenwriting and prepared a two hour series pilot as his major project, Karibu, an Afrofuturistic ensemble piece is set in the heart of a near-future London.

He has recently finished writing Havoc, an intense half hour psychological drama set in a dead end alleyway after a robbery has taken place.

Bek Wa Goro’s acting credits include work with the National Youth Theatre with productions at the Hackney Empire (where he played Claudio in Much Ado About Nothing) and the Soho theatre in London (where he played the protagonist, Luke, in Hold it Up by Gbolahan Obisesan). He played Joseph Emidy in Alan M. Kent’s The Tin Violin which toured Cornwall and was recorded for BBC Radio.

Recent acting work includes playing Roy in a theatrical adaptation of Tarsem Singh’s film The Fall.


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