Adobuere Ebiama is a Boston, Massachusetts native trained in contemporary and classical theatre. She studied theatre arts at Boston Arts Academy high school and later went to Pace University in New York City to continue her theatre training.
At age 19 Adobuere began her professional acting career playing Pecola in The Bluest Eye by Lydia Diamond (IRNE Award Nomination, Best Actress) She has since done a range of roles from plays by Danai Gurira to Shakespeare.
Her recent stage credits include Daniel Beaty’s solo performer show Mr. Joy, produced by Arts Emerson and her performance in The Convert which won her an IRNE (Independent Reviewers' of New England) Award for Best Actress & an Elliot Norton Award for Outstanding Production. Adobuere can be seen playing the lead role of Maité in 'The Pineapple Diaries', a new comedic web series. She also landed a role in Nollywood film Unwanted Guest, which premiered in movie theaters in Lagos, Nigeria.
The driving force for Adobuere's work outside of performing is an optimistic outlook for the future of social justice and women's empowerment.
She also enjoys traveling and has performed in 17 cities in 5 states in the United States, has traveled to four countries and speaks two languages.
She is currently studying to become fluent in Spanish and American Sign Language.
Adobuere is looking forward to continuing a full time career in acting and landing a role on the next Emmy Award nominated series produced by Shondaland or HBO.