|Born||October 1, 1962|
Born 1 October 1962 in Lagos, Nigeria, his parents emigrated to the United Kingdom when Kae-Kazim was only a year old. At the age of 25, he moved to South Africa.
Kae-Kazim has been acting in front of the camera since 1987, his first role being Ademola in the British television series, The District Nurse.
Since then, he has had jobs ranging in size. He is better known for his major roles as Georges Rutaganda in the 2004 motion picture Hotel Rwanda, and Colonel Iké Dubaku in television series 24 and the TV film tie-in 24: Redemption.
Kae-Kazim has also lent his voice to video games, including Halo Reach (Jorge), Final Fantasy XIV, and The Saboteur.