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HPOTW: Star Of The Week Sahndra Fon Dufe Of Yaounde, Cameroon

Sahndra Fon Dufe was born and raised in Yaounde, Cameroon. She is an actress, writer, activist, humanitarian, CEO, film producer, vlogger, blogger, motivational speaker, wife and above all, a woman on a mission.

Fon Dufe is described as the youngest published female author from Cameroon. At a mere 22 years of age she opened her own production company; the revolutionary African Pictures International and has continued to work towards exposing the history, culture and truth of Africa, women in general and the spirit within.

She came to the Unites States a few years ago to pursue a career in the film industry. A Meisner trained actress and graduate of the New York Film Academy, who once entertained her family and friends and school mates is now entertaining the world with her new novel, the YEFON Trilogy; a story of a young woman who created a revolution. The book is due to premiere on the silver screen in 2015, with Sahndra being the lead role. The film in the making will star Isaiah Washington, Adriana Barazza, Jimmy Jean Louis, Hakeem Kae-Kazim, Leleti Khumalo, Uti Nwachukwu and many others; it will also feature original music from the seven times Grammy nominated singer Kelly Price as well as involvement from some focus features executives.

Beautiful Sahndra is the CEO of the Indie Production House Of African Pictures International. She has acted in several international movies and she is known for her stellar performances in blockbuster movies such as Frank Rajah’s “Refugees” alongside Yvonne Nelson; “One Night in Vegas” alongside Jimmy Jean Louis, Michael Blackson, Van Vicker, John Dumelo and Yvonne Nelson; “Unconditional Love” with John Dumelo and few others including “Lost in Abroad”, “Standing The Rain”, “Two Princes”, “The Successor of Katunga” and “Bad Accent”.

Sahndra presently lives in Los Angeles, California. She has a soft spot for rescued kittens and antique Egyptian furniture, both of which she said clutter her home more than they should.

This is one beautiful picture! The black and white color of the picture, mixed with faded colored flowers, all adds to that very relaxed and innocent style of the photograph.

Wow! This lady has a lot of great stuff to share..... I am so proud of her and I pray she continues to excel in her career. For more information about Sahndra Fon Dufe, check her out on her website:

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