Agim Kaba is an American actor and artist currently living in New York
City. The third of four children born to Sal and Sally Kaba, Agim first
made his mark as a world-class soccer player, winning numerous awards
and garnering top spots on Florida's Olympic Development soccer teams
five years in a row. This national recognition ultimately vaulted him
into the United States National Pool and earned him a roster spot at St.
John's University, the NCAA's 1996 Division 1 Champs.
student at St. John's, Agim began as a double-major in Business and
History before switching to Fine Arts, a decision that not only allowed
him to hone his painting and drafting skills but would ultimately
inspire him to pursue a career in television and cinema. After modeling
for three years in New York and Milan, including a major campaign for
Guess Jeans, Agim landed a starring role on CBS's "As the World Turns"
and soon earned himself nominations for both a Daytime Emmy and a Soap
Opera Digest Award. He has also made guest appearances on the hit series
"Charmed" and "CSI: NY."
Having already Executive Produced the
award-winning short film "Happy Ending," Agim landed starring roles in
the low-budget horror films "Haunted Forest" and "Neowolf" before
getting his big break on "The Last Film Festival," where he worked
opposite Dennis Hopper, Leelee Sobieski, and Chris Kattan. Currently in
production on an indie crime drama titled "An America Hero," Agim is
managed by Kritzer Levine Wilkins Entertainment and repped by Abrams
Attended St. Johns University majoring in Fine arts and a minor in Liberal Arts.
Also enrolled in the University of Central Florida Drama and Liberal Arts Program before finally returning back to New York City to pursue acting.
Lived in Milan, Italy, just before he landed his gig for As the World Turns (1956).
Originally from Manhattan, his family lived in Woodhaven Queens until finally making there way down to Tampa Bay, Florida, where his mother and sister still live.
Played Division I soccer for St. Johns University, in Jamaica Queens.
Was born in the East Village, New York City.
Was the spokesmodel for Guess? in the summer of 2002.
Adopted a child from Equador after his break on As the World Turns (1956).