OBEHI JANICE is an award-winning actress, writer and comedian. She is a member of the 2018-19 Emerging Writers Group at The Public Theater. Her plays include Ole White Sugah Daddy, Era Era, Selah, African Tea and her one-woman show FUFU & OREOS. Her work is featured in American Theatre Magazine, Bustle, NPR, and For Harriet. Obehi is a Luminary Artist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, a Creative Resident at SPACE on Ryder Farm and the recipient of a TCG Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship. She works on stage, screen and as a voice actress in commercials, radio and cartoons. Her comedic short, BLACK GIRL YOGA, won the Reel 13/AfroPunk Film Competition (WNET/New York Public Media). The Improper Bostonian named her “Boston’s Best Actress” in 2014. She received an IRNE Award for Best Solo Performance for her starring role in We're Gonna Die (Company One Theatre/OBERON). She is a TEDx speaker, the writer/director of a Boyz II Men parody and the star of an educational video about dinosaurs that lives in The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. Originally from Lowell, Massachusetts, Obehi is based in Brooklyn, New York.