Denver Isaac: A.D. for NBC

Date - 5 April, 2015, All News Television

Denver Isaac is James in the new epic miniseries A.D. which premieres Easter Sunday on NBC. Brother to John, James is boisterous and outspoken, and one of the hands-on leaders of the fledgling Christian commune in Jerusalem.

Mark Burnett and Roma Downey‘s follow-up to their highly rated miniseries The Bible that aired on History earlier this year. The project, produced by LightWorkers Media with Burnett, Downey and Richard Bedser serving as executive producers, is eyeing a premiere in spring 2015.

A.D. traces the story of the harrowing birth of Christianity. How did a group of 12 men grow to become the largest, most powerful religion in history? How did a mere handful of believers break from Jewish orthodoxy, challenge the might of Rome…. and survive? This is the dramatic true story of how Christianity almost never happened, an epic tale that begins with a very human story – with a group of individuals struggling towards the light in a generation of rebellion, war, famine, carnage and annihilation.

Overview

Denver Isaac is of Zimbabwean heritage with a growing reputation. He is also an ambassador to the Zimbabwean charity Vimba.

His theatre work includes the title role of Mwana for The Tron & Traverse Theatre, the title role of Makmende in Makmende vies for President at The National Theatre Studio, and Gilgamesh for The Belgrade Theatre.

On screen he narrated the Documentary film Pelargonium: Unfair Trade, played the leading role of Faouzi in Climate Change for Capa Drama and filmed Wire in The Blood for Coastal Productions.

Denver has recorded many BBC Radio plays and is the voice of Ecobank across Pan Africa.

Most recently Denver can be seen as regular character James, across the series of A.D for NBC.

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