Ery Nzaramba is a Rwandan actor living and working in the UK. He fled Rwanda with his family in 1994 and they eventually settled in Belgium.
In a country divided along linguistic and cultural lines, Ery did his high school in French speaking Wallonia and went to university in Dutch speaking Flanders. With his master's degree in information and communication technologies he worked for telecom firm Alcatel Bell in Antwerp for a year before deciding to turn his weekly drama class into a full time occupation. He quit and was offered a place at the Royal Conservatoire of Brussels. Two years later, halfway through his course, he moved to the UK where he'd been offered a place at the Birmingham School of Acting.
Ery also writes and directs for his production company Maliza Productions. His film The Blues Lover was released in July 2013. He will premiere his one-man show SPLIT/MIXED at the United Solo Festival in New York in November this year. In 2012 Ery was awarded a Grant for the Arts by the Arts Council of England to develop his historic play FAMA. The play explores Rwanda's past from pre-colonial times to post independence (and is based on Koffi Kwahulé's play of the same name).
Ery will guest star in ITV's three part drama PREY in 2014.
Ery lives in London and works as a freelance actor, writer and director.