Femi Oguns MBE
Femi Oguns founded Identity School of Acting in October 2003. After leaving drama school he went on to university where he obtained a joint honours degree in Race and Culture and Performing Arts. It was here he drew on personal experience and longed to create a drama school which would give actors of all ethnicities the platform to express themselves to their fullest.
Oguns’ considerable achievements have led to a series of high-profile commendations. In 2010 he was named as a UK Film Council Breakthrough Brit in the fields of Acting and Writing. He was also named on Powerful Media’s Power List of the top 100 most influential figures of African/Caribbean descent. In 2014, Oguns was appointed MBE for services to the acting industry.