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Henok has showcased his acting prowess not only in his homeland but also on the international stage, with notable roles in movies like “Sweetness in the Belly” and “Mandela’s Gun.” His journey into the world of acting commenced during his high school years at Emperor Minelik II Secondary School, where he actively participated in the school’s Drama and Literature Club. After completing high school, Henok ventured into diverse fields of study.

He dedicated a year to honing his acting skills at the Holy Land Arts Academy. Subsequently, his thirst for knowledge led him to Addis Ababa University, where he delved into the realm of Theater, ultimately attaining a Bachelor’s degree. Henok’s passion for the craft remained unwavering, prompting him to pursue higher education. His dedication bore fruit as he earned a Master of Arts degree in Film Production.

Among his notable accomplishments is the creation of the feature film “Rahel’s Way,” a testament to his commitment and creative vision. Henok’s artistic range also extends to the realm of short films, one of which earned him recognition and a prize in 2022 for capturing the essence of Addis.

Presently, Henok graces the stage as Happy, the younger son, in the play “Death of a Salesman.” His journey to success in the early stages of his career is underpinned by an unwavering commitment to daily effort. Henok understands that mere intentions won’t suffice; meticulous planning is essential. Setting aside a dedicated hour each day for business-related tasks, such as sending emails and making calls, ensures that progress is consistently made. With this proactive approach, each day becomes a success as long as steps are taken towards career advancement.

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