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Based in Stockholm, Nancy Ofori (1995) is an Afro-Swedish actor, writer and filmmaker.

Her stories explore afro-swedish identity, spirituality, and the supernatural. Born and  raised in Stockholm, she moved to London in 2014 to do a BA in Drama and Theatre Arts at  Goldsmiths University. In 2017, she performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with the  feminist theatre company The Völvas. In 2019, she had her debut as a playwright in a one  woman show, Kind of Woman, at the Camden People’s Theatre. In 2021, Ofori graduated  from Goldsmiths University with an MA in Visual Anthropology. The following year, she shot her first film Collective Memory, premiered at the Cinemafrica Film Festival and made her Swedish debut as an actor in the Royal Court/Riksteatern touring production of Seven  methods of killing Kylie Jenner. Followed in 2023 parts in Otherness by Magdi Saleh (Malmö  Stadsteater), Brinn by Farnaz Arbabi (Unga Klara) and Seven methods of killing Kylie Jenner by Jasmine Lee-Jones (Dramaten). She also recently graduated from the screenwriting programme, Alma Manusutbildning in 2022.

Project: In Gåvan (The Gift), a text for theatre, we follow Norah, a young writer who, confronted by hidden aspects of  Swedish history, must decide if she will face the past or move towards the future.