Smooth and slick. And sharp to boot. Up and comer Belgian born John Samuel Kande seems to have what it takes to make it in the celluloid world. New to the scene this man looks like a force to be reckoned with.
Talented on many levels John is one of the few actors willing to work for free. This quality shows a sense of giving and one of learning – traits that have seen him land bigger and better roles. Look to see his work in the upcoming big budget Tarzan remake. In the meantime you can hear our man’s unmistakable baritone tone in the global actioner The Gunman opposite Sean Penn. many will fondly recall Kande as secret service agent in the hit tv series 24.
Based in Britain with a valid Passport Kande got a taste for acting on stage yet had not yet worked in North America – either Canada or the U.S. His time will come. Studying the arts led this slim 185 pound hunk to enrol in two drama programs in London: the Sylvia Young Drama Program, Kingdon School of Arts and UEL University of Performing Arts earning a Bachelor of Arts degree with a first class. Able to converse in English, French and Lingala with British and French accents it’s not difficult to see why this man is in demand.
Musically inclined with an athletic prowess it’s not hard to imagine John excelling at all he tackles, be it the drums, flute or efforts in swimming, boxing Basketball, Golf, cycling or soccer. And in the dance floor look at for his moves in rap, hip-hop, African dance, club freestyle or salsa.
Roles in The Iron Lady, the romantic One Day, Captain America and Ouija point to a long prosperous career for this shining light.