Lami Edie is a down to earth lady from the Northwest province of Cameroon. She completed her graduate studies in Applied Anthropology at the University of Yaoundé 1. For her undergrad, she majored in Cultural anthropology and a minor in theatre and cinema at University of Yaoundé 1. She moved to the USA where she acquired a bachelor degree in nursing. Her work life is dedicated to saving lives in fast-paced hospital settings.

Her acting career goes back to undergrad years. She was part of the University of Yaoundé Theater Troop and participated in plays like Fai Donaltus’ “The New Era”, which she was the main protagonist. She was also “The lady in Red” in Ntozake Shange’s musical “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf” just to name a few. Her stage plays will later take her to do numerous acting gigs for TV networks like CRTV and STV. 

While in the USA, she reclaimed her passion by directing plays for churches and show casing African culture through acting in different school districts in the Dallas Forth worth Metroplex.

Lami who currently resides in Oklahoma loves to be with her family, writing, reading and ballroom dancing.

After a long break, she has finally decided to revive her passion in acting. She is the executive producer and lead female cast of “A GOOD TIME TO DIVORCE”