Okema T. Moore
Okema T. Moore is an actress, producer and director who loves to create. She has taken her experiences as a youngster in entertainment, starting on Sesame Street, and has cultivated quite a life of experiences as an adult. These experiences include being an occasional on-air personality for NY's WBLS FM, sharing an EMMY Nomination for a PSA she produced, premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival’s Tribeca N.O.W. 2019 for the BRIC TV episodic that she produced, The Future Is Then, being nominated for Best Actress in two festivals in 2018, and winning Best Screenplay for her first self-written short film Shh… which she produced and starred in. Okema also produced the 2019 American Black Film Festival Best Web Series, Little Apple. She can also be seen as an actual hologram in Brian Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative Legacy Museum in Montgomery, AL and is a supporting actress in a series of successful web series such as Makeup X Breakup and DekaLog: James & Danielle. Her new short THEM is a social work aimed at helping to break the cycle of poor maternal relationships in families. Okema wrote, directed and stars in the short film which is presently on the festival circuit.
Behind the scenes, Okema holds a Producing Certificate from NYU’s School of Professional Studies and has done branded work for various household names, including a stint as the Creative Producer and Production Manager for Netflix’s Netflix Is A Joke. She has also been a producer for Spotify for Brands, Nickelodeon and DreamWorks. Okema has been the production coordinator for both the Food Network's Chopped and OWN’s Oprah's Master Class; most recently directing a new digital pilot for Fox Family Ent.’s YouTube channel. Her theatrical work includes directing at the historic Smithsonian Anacostia Museum for the DC Black Theatre Festival, co-writing and directing a host of award-winning one-act plays and several AEA Showcase pieces. She has also starred off Broadway in several plays including leading roles in Dreamgirls and You Wouldn't Expect.
Okema continues to build her personal brand, MOOREthanEnuff Media. Passionate about encouraging dream chasing and emotional restoration for all creatives, her endeavors include launching the MtE First Time Filmmaker Festival Sumbission Grant, as well as serving as a mentor for The Black College Tour in NYC and a teaching artist in the tri-state. She is also a proud member of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., SAG- AFTRA, Actor's Equity Association, the NY Chapter of the Academy of TV Arts & Sciences (EMMY’s), NY Women in Film & TV, Black Film Space and The Black TV & Film Collective.
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