Marc Zinga

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Marc Zinga
Marc Zinga Lumières 2015.jpg
Marc Zinga at the Lumières Awards 2015
Born (1984-10-21) 21 October 1984 (age 33)
Likasi, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Occupation Actor, Singer, Film director, Screenwriter, Producer
Years active 2003–present

Marc Zinga (born 21 October 1984) is a Belgian actor, singer and filmmaker.

Born in Likasi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zinga moved to Belgium with his family at the age of five. He was one of the lead singers of the group The Peas Project between 2003 and 2011. He began his acting career appearing in small film and television roles before landing major roles in the films Les Rayures du zèbre and May Allah Bless France! in 2014.[1] In 2015, he received a Magritte Award for Most Promising Actor at the 5th Magritte Awards.

Theatre

Year Title Role Director Notes
2014 Le Roi Lear Edmond Christian Schiaretti Théâtre National Populaire

Filmography

As filmmaker

Year Title Notes
2013 Grand Garçon Short
Director, Writer, Producer and Actor

As actor

Year Title Role Director Notes
2009 Mr. Nobody Gay Man Jaco Van Dormael
Diamant 13 Ali Baba Mike Gilles Béhat
Babelgium Marc Michael Havenith Short
2010 L'heure bleue The salesman Michaël Bier & Alice De Vestele Short
2011 De force Dimitri Bonenfant Frank Henry
Mister BOB General Mobutu Thomas Vincent TV Movie
Goldman Barman Christophe Blanc TV Movie
2012 La clinique de l'amour ! Soldier Artus de Penguern & Gábor Rassov
Spiral Moussa Koné Jean-Marc Brondolo, Manuel Boursinhac, ... TV Series (8 Episodes)
2013 Je suis supporter du Standard The player Riton Liebman
Grand garçon The black Marc Zinga Short
2014 May Allah Bless France! Régis Abd al Malik Nominated - César Award for Most Promising Actor
Nominated - Lumières Award for Most Promising Actor
Les rayures du zèbre Yaya Koné Benoît Mariage Magritte Award for Most Promising Actor
Nominated - Trophees Francophones du Cinema - Best Supporting Actor
2015 Dheepan Youssouf Jacques Audiard Nominated - Magritte Award for Best Supporting Actor
Spectre Moreau Sam Mendes
The Night Watchman Ketu Pierre Jolivet
Les amoureuses The man Catherine Cosme Short
Peplum Narcissus Philippe Lefebvre TV Series (3 Episodes)
2016 The Unknown Girl The pimp Dardenne brothers
The African Doctor Seyolo Zantoko Julien Rambaldi

References

  1. ^ "Marc Zinga". Canal+. Retrieved 24 April 2015. 

External links

  • Marc Zinga on IMDb
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