Tomike Ogugua is a Nigerian American actor, producer, and educator based in NYC. He holds a BFA in Acting from NC A&T State University where he earned an Irene Ryan Acting Scholarship berth. He made his debut feature film appearance in “The Tested” led by Aunjanue Ellis. Other notable credits include Off Broadway work in Royal Shakespeare Company’s “Julius Caesar” at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Donmar Warehouse’s Drama Desk nominated “Henry IV” Directed by Phyllida Lloyd at St. Ann’s Warehouse; films “Samaria” alongside Tatyana Ali, “Broken City” starring Mark Wahlberg, TriBeCa Film Festival selection “Nobody Is Watching”, “Driving Force”, “See You Next Tuesday”; Television’s “I Love You, But I Lied”, “Blue Bloods”, “Celebrity Ghost Stories”, and “Redrum” to name a few. Tomike can currently be seen in his recurring role as Marshal Macedon in Starz hit “Power” opposite Omari Hardwick. Upcoming projects include short film “Voice Of Reason”, Web Series “Fkd Up & Fabulous”, and Actors Theater of NYC’s IG vehicle “The Elevator”. Proud member of SAG-AFTRA and AEA.