Adiang Assuoe is a multi-talented filmmaker, journalist, and actor hailing from Cameroon, whose journey through the worlds of sports commentary, theater, and cinema has taken him from the vibrant streets of Cameroon to the bustling cities of Brazil and the United States. Born and raised in Cameroon, Adiang’s passion for storytelling and performance found its roots early in life.
Adiang began his career as a radio sports commentator and analyst for Cameroon Foot Pools, lending his voice to the excitement and drama of the beautiful game on FM Mount Cameroon and Radio Buea. However, his artistic pursuits soon led him on a global odyssey of learning and self-discovery.
In Brazil, Adiang pursued his love for the arts, earning a diploma in Acting from the prestigious Teatro Escola Macunaima and Incenna Escola de TV e Cinema. He further honed his skills by obtaining a diploma in stage play direction from SP Escola de Teatro and a certification in special effects in cinema from Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, both located in Brazil.
Adiang’s quest for artistic excellence took him to the heart of the entertainment world, where he earned a Diploma in Acting from the renowned Actors Studio in New York City, USA. This experience provided him with invaluable insights into the craft and the opportunity to collaborate with some of the industry’s finest talents.
Throughout his illustrious career, Adiang has left an indelible mark on the entertainment industry. His acting prowess has graced various mediums, including television commercials, TV series, films, and stage plays in Brazil and South America. He is widely recognized for his lead roles in the acclaimed Globotv series “O CAÇADOR” and the HBO Latin America series “DESTINOSP.” Notably, he shared the screen with legendary world champion Mike Tyson in a Skol beer commercial in Brazil and portrayed Simon of Cyrene in the televised open-air stage play “THE PASSION OF CHRIST.”
Adiang’s talent and dedication have not gone unnoticed, earning him the title of Best Actor at the Afro-Brazil Awards in 2014. In addition to his acting career, Adiang is a prolific filmmaker, with a remarkable documentary titled “Digging for Life” to his credit, which has garnered numerous awards at various film festivals around the world.
Beyond his artistic endeavors, Adiang is a creator and curator, responsible for establishing the African Film Festival in Brazil, known as the KILIMANJARO Film Festival, and serving as the curator of the Brazilian International Film Festival, Festcimm. He is also a versatile communicator, having achieved a certification in Broadcast Journalism from the New York Film Academy.
Adiang is not only an artist but also a public motivational speaker, sharing his insights and experiences in humanitarian NGOs, schools, universities, churches, homeless shelters, and various other platforms. He is a master of ceremonies, lending his charismatic presence to diverse events.
In his leisure time, Adiang indulges in a range of hobbies, including soccer, reading, tourism, tennis, swimming, movies, listening to music, engaging in mind-sharpening activities, and public speaking.
With a command of multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French, Adiang Assuoe’s artistic journey continues to transcend borders and cultures, captivating audiences worldwide. He currently divides his time between São Paulo, Brazil, and New York City, USA, leaving an indomitable imprint on the global entertainment landscape.

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