Aimi Negbenebor

AIMIENDE NEGBENEBOR is an actress, singer and model. She’s currently appearing as Cliffie in The 13 Street Repertory Theatre’s production of Wiseacre Farm, and as Captain Dingleman in Phillip Weiss’s Captain Dingleman’s Great Adventure. She recently appeared as The Wailing Woman’s Aide in The Historic Hudson Valley’s production of Sleepy Hollow; as Simone B. Boyama in the ‘10 NYC Fringe Festival Play Flesh Light Stories – The Boulevard of Brazzaville; as Anges in Ttyme productions’ musical All God’s Saints go to Heaven – Not!; as The African Survivor in From Cancer to Broadway, a benefit performance at The Cherry Lane Theatre,NY; as Girl 2 in The Ritual, a Zeno Obi Constance play, at The New Perspectives Theatre, NY; and the three installments of Crossings, performed as a part of the ‘09 NYC Fringe Festival, in Poznan, Poland, as a part of the city’s Annual ‘Festival Excluded’ titledClose Strangers, and its first production in the fall of 2008. Aimiende also appeared as The Rwandan Refugee in Anna Deavere Smith’s None of Us Are Monologists (aka Chill,) a Co-Op Theatre East’s ensemble production of ‘A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant and A Prayer,’ as Boom in Lenis Guess’ musical Girl Fun,and as Widow 3 in Retro Production’s Mill Fire. Other Stage, TV & Film appearances are listed on her website She continues to hone her craft at Donna Marrazzo Acting Studio in New York City, NY; is a member of Bedlam Ensemble Theatre Company, and holds a B.E. in Computer Engineering and a B.A. in Literature from Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ. She is grateful for the opportunity to work on such an important piece of work – Cairo Stories and to be part of a Slant of Light production.