Hakeem Kae-Kazim is a Nigerian-born, English-raised South African actor now living in Los Angeles, California, who is best known for his role as warlord and terrorist Colonel Ike Dubaku on the television movie 24: Redemption (2008) and Season 7 of the action series 24, in 2009.
He also made a notable guest appearance as Emeka in the 5th episode of Season 3 of the television series Lost, entitled "The Cost Of Living", in 2006 (see pics below).
In 2007 he was seen in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End, The Jinn, Hurricane in the Rose Garden, and Big Fellas.
Kae-Kazim has appeared in numerous British, American and South African television shows, including Adventures of Sinbad, Grange Hill, Julius Caesar, Generations, S.O.S, Soul City, Madam and Eve, Mazinyo Dot Q, Justice For All, Fishy Feshuns, The Bill, Love Hurts, and The Canterbury Tales.
He has had roles in the made-for-TV movies Double Vision (1992), Hidden Empire: A Son of Africa (1995), Trial & Retribution (1997), Animated Epics: Moby Dick (2000), Die Wüstenrose (2000), King Solomon's Mines (2004), and The Librarian: Return to King Solomon's Mines (2006).
Additionally, Kae-Kazim has had roles in the television mini-series Human Cargo (2004), for which he was nominated in the category Best supporting actor at the 2004 Gemini Awards; and The Triangle (2005), which was shot on location in South Africa.
He has appeared in the feature films The Secret Laughter of Women (1999), God Is African (2003), Critical Assignment (2004), Hotel Rwanda (2004), Out on a Limb (2005), Othello: A South African Tale (2005), Slipstream (2005), and The Front Line (2006).
He has also had roles in the direct-to-video releases Coming to South Africa (2004) and Coming to South Africa 2 (2005), both of which he produced.
Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Emeka in Lost (Season 3, Episode 5)