Alphonse Beni

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Alphonse Beni
Born1946
OccupationActor, director
Years active1973 - present
Spouse(s)Suzanne Beni

Alphonse Beni (born 1946) is a Cameroonian actor and movie director. He made several author movies in Cameroon, acted in French erotic comedies and even played a ninja in Godfrey Ho's "ninja" flicks Black Ninja. He was credited as Alfons Beny and Chris Kelly in some films.


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