Conphidance is an actor, writer, comedian, musician and producer. He began his entertainment career as a dancer and drummer. He is mostly known for playing Okoye in American Gods, a recurring role as Curtis "CJ" Jackson in Complications, and a supporting role in The Sacrament.

Conphidance is an actor, writer, comedian, musician and producer. He began his entertainment career as a dancer and drummer. He is mostly known for playing Okoye in American Gods, a recurring role as Curtis "CJ" Jackson in Complications, and a supporting role in The Sacrament.

Conphidance is an actor, writer, comedian, musician and producer. He began his entertainment career as a dancer and drummer. He is mostly known for playing Okoye in American Gods, a recurring role as Curtis "CJ" Jackson in Complications, and a supporting role in The Sacrament.

Conphidance was born and raised in Nigeria. His family later moved to the United States.

Uchenna has just landed a role in a new movie titled “Atlanta Robbin’s Season”.

He will be playing the role of the owner of FX’s night club owner in the movie.

Very soon he will be a notable actor in the industry, although he had starred in many other movies before now.

Conphidance played the recurring role of Curtis "CJ" James Thompson in Complications opposite Chris Chalk and Jason O'Mara. Later that year, he was cast in Survivor's Remorse opposite Tichina Arnold, Teyonah Parris, and Erica Ash.

He guest-starred in Hidden America with Jonah Ray and played supporting roles in The Inspectors on CBS, Satisfaction on USA Network, and Good Behavior on TNT. He appears as Okoye opposite Orlando Jones in Starz fantasy series American Gods, based on the novel by Neil Gaiman as well as the History Channel's Navy SEAL drama, Six. In films, he played supporting roles in Fist Fight, The Sacrament, and Klippers.

In his new movie Atlanta Robbin’s season Conphidance will be featured alongside Donald Glover, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beths, Lakeith Stanfield.

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