Pacharo (Pach) Mzembe is an Australian based actor specialising in Theatre, Film & Television. He was born in Zimbabwe to Malawian parents and lived in both countries prior migrating to Australia at the age of six. He was unearthed as a sporting talent before discovering acting in his final years of high school and gaining entry into the National Institute Of Dramatic Arts (NIDA) at just seventeen. He briefly suspended his acting career in the summer of 2012 to embark on a staggering run across Australia for disadvantaged youths he titled the Run Of Awareness. He resumed acting in 2013 and in 2014 was awarded the African Australian Arts Excellence Award by the Queensland African Communities Council (QACC). His theatrical highlights include the portrayal of Dr Martin Luther King Jr in the award winning "The Mountaintop” and national touring ”Prize Fighter" wherein he was nominated for “Best Lead Actor” at the Sydney Theatre Awards and the 16th Annual Helpmann Awards before receiving the “Best Performer” in the Theatre Companies category at the 36th Annual Green Room Awards. Although Pacharo started out in theatre, he has appeared in numerous motion television and movie roles which include Paramount's Love & Monsters, Channel nine's Underbelly:Razor & Here Come the Habibs, SBS’s Safe Harbour & Family Law, ABC’s Spirited, Harrow & Wakefield and most recently Tony Greene in NBC's La Brea. Outside of acting Pacharo is extremely passionate about youth empowerment, filmmaking and encouraging individuals to “Be Unafraid”. He is currently represented by Morrissey Management in Australia and Pop Art Management in America.