Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine is an American-Ugandan stage and film actor, playwright, photographer, and documentarian. He is best known for 40, Biro, and Blood Diamond. Other film credits include Queen of Katwe, Del Playa, The Space Between, Don King: Only in America, Desert Blue, Clover, and Perfect Murder, Perfect Town: Jon Benét, and the City of Boulder.
Television credits include D.W. Garrison Carr on Cinemax's The Knick, Jacques Jhoni/JVaz on HBO’s Treme, Usutu/Joseph Al Amir on NBC's Heroes, Maurice Devereaux on FX's The Riches, and Detective Clemens on FOX's Brimstone.
Theatre credits include Off-Broadway, as Biro in Biro (LuEsther Hall), Tomazo in The Changeling (Theatre at St. Clement's), and Daniel in The Day the Bronx Died (American Jewish Theatre); and regionally, in his Helen Hayes Award-winning role as Paul in Six Degrees of Separation (National Theatre); Bongani in Nomathemba (Hope) (Steppenwolf Theatre); and Silvius in As You Like It (Long Wharf Theatre).