Four-time Canadian television Gemini nominee Enuka Okuma hails from Vancouver, British Columbia, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in theatre from Simon Fraser University. With over 45 television roles to her credit, this accomplished actress is familiar to audiences as a series regular on the first three successful seasons of ABC/Global's Rookie Blue, as well as from such shows as Madison and Sue Thomas F.B. Eye and guest appearances on such hit shows as Grey's Anatomy, Medium and 24.
Okuma has shared the big screen with many of Hollywood's elite, including Tom Hanks (Larry Crowne), Ben Affleck (Reindeer Games) and Kenneth Branagh (How to Kill Your Neighbour's Dog), and has recently spent time on the other side of the camera. In 2011 she wrote, directed and produced the short film Cookie, starring Jennifer Finnigan (Better with You, Monday Mornings) and Jonathan Silverman (Weekend at Bernie's).