Zackary Momoh was a British-born actor whose quiet intensity made him a highly in demand talent in his home country, before breaking through across the pond as well. Born and raised in England, Momoh studied acting at the Identity School of Acting. After appearing in the short films "The Prize Fighter" (2010), and "The Swordsman of Trelawny" (2011), Momoh got his first big break with an appearance on a 2011 episode of the long-running medical drama "Holby City" (BBC One, 1999-). While acting as an understudy in a 2013 National Theatre production of "Othello" and appearing in another short film, "Travel Express" (2013), Momoh made two separate appearances on yet another long running medical drama, "Doctors" (BBC One, 2000-), with one episode airing in 2011 and the other in 2014. That same year, in addition to appearing in the short film "Clap!" (2014), he also served as the project's writer and producer. Momoh next took on small roles in the web series "Hot Pepper" (Youtube, 2015-), and the sitcom "Camping" (SkyTV, 2016), before finally making his feature film debut alongside Rosamund Pike and David Oyelowo in the prestigious period piece "A United Kingdom" (2016). The next year, Momoh landed his first series regular role, playing Manni Attah on the police procedural "No Offence" (Channel 4, 2017-), and made a small, uncredited appearance in the globetrotting action thriller "American Assassin" (2017). American audiences finally got a glimpse at Momoh's talents when he was cast in Netflix's anthological crime drama series, "Seven Seconds" (Netflix, 2018-), from "Warrior" (2011) director Gavin O'Connor and Veena Sud, creator and showrunner of "The Killing" (AMC, 2011-14).