Constance Ejuma is an award-winning actress and producer. Born in Cameroon and raised in the Washington DC area, she started acting in her teens and went on to study theater at the University of Toronto. She later attended Leicester University in England where she received a master’s degree in Mass Communications.
Constance has credits in theatre, film, television and commercials and her work has given her the opportunity to collaborate with prolific artists like Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka and Academy Award Nominee Shohreh Aghdashloo.
Constance is best known for Ben & Ara, a feature film in which she starred and subsequently received an AMAA award (fondly referred to as the African Oscar) for her efforts as a producer. Years later, she had a role in Marvel’s Black Panther as a Dora Milaje warrior for which she received a SAG Award. This led to her being cast as an African Warrior Queen in the Jennifer Lopez music video for the hit single El Anillo. The next music project she was featured in was Beyonce's Black is King.
Her television credits include a recurring role on TNT's Proof as well as guest star roles on Scorpion, Monk and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. Her most recent guest star roles were on Seal Team and The Good Doctor, both for which she had the privilege of playing a proud Cameroonian woman. She has produced and starred in several short films and web series including The German King, Yemi's Dilemma and Con$equences.
In the world of theatre, she crafted a one woman show titled 'Ghost Town' about the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon. It premiered at the 2019 Hollywood Fringe Festival.
In the corporate world, Constance is the Vice President of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) at Penske Media Corporation.