Adetokumboh M'Cormack is Henry ‘Box’ Brown
Adetokumboh M'Cormack was born in Freetown, Sierra Leone to parents who were diplomats and raised in Nigeria, Kenya and England. He has been in the international entertainment industry for over 20 years having starred in his first film at the age of 12. M'Cormack went on to study at the prestigious Conservatory of Theatre Arts and Film at SUNY Purchase College where he graduated with High Honors with BFA degree in Acting.
His recent stage credits include the role of Pastor Murinzi in the Red Soil Theatre adaptation of Left Tell about the Rwandan Genocide. Other acting credits include leading roles in movies like Columbia Pictures’ Blockbuster Battle Los Angeles, the Academy Award nominated Blood Diamond alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, and Captain America: Winter Soldier. He has also starred in hit TV shows such as the Emmy winning Lost, Heroes, 24 and NCIS. M'Cormack recently completed an extended run of the John Patrick's play "The Dreamer Examine's His Pillow" at the Hudson Theatre which received rave reviews from Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle.
M'Cormack also has an equally impressive career as a Voice-over actor, having narrated countless audio-books like Chris Weitz critically acclaimed "New Order" trilogy and Nicholas Ryan's Howard's thriller "Mortal Enemy". He also voiced Nelson Mandela in TruTV's Adam Ruin's Everything Reanimated series. Wanting to tell more stories about minorities and people underrepresented in main stream media, M'Cormack also writes, produces and directs.