Ibrahim Koma Ibrahim Koma, born in 1987 in Paris, France, is a French actor. In 2001, he played one of the two main roles in FAIS-MOI DES VACANCES a comedy by Didier Bivel, the story of two children, stranded in their town, who use every means to go on vacation. Very busy with filming, he dropped out of school at age of 16 to fully devote himself to his career. He studied acting at Viriot and, in 2011, took part in the Hélène Zidi Actor’s laboratory. At the same time, we see him in episodes of series like CENTRAL NUIT and JULIE LESCAUT and in films such as LA CITÉ ROSE and THE BOTSWANGA CROCODILE, which made him well-known to the general public.