This movie also never made it out of Cameroon, but the young actress' personality was noticed by prolific producers like Agbor Gilbert and director Reginald Ebere from neighbouring Nigeria, home to the world's second largest film industry: Nollywood.
In December 2010, barely a week after her graduation from law school, Fon Dufe left for the United States.
She started training as an actor at the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles in 2011 The year was barely over when Sahndra booked the role of Zena in Kelechi Eke's Lost in Abroad, a Nigerian movie about confused African immigrants which was filmed in Texas, US.That same year, she appeared on a Dove Body Wash Times Square billboard, and modelled for the Los Angeles Fashion Minga.In addition to acting, Fon Dufe is also known for being the brainchild behind the Yefon trilogy.The trilogy, set in 1940 West Africa, portrays a young African village girl who goes against the discriminatory laws of her tribe, which subjugate women, and becomes the spark for a literary revolution.She is also a voice for Project New Bamenda, a project launched to support young Cameroonian entrepreneurs from the North West Region of Cameroon.
Fon Dufe was born on 28 October 1989, in Bamenda, Cameroon, to Dr.
Even though this film didn't make it internationally, US-based film producer and owner of Akwa Star Studios, Mako Namme, eventually noticed her.
Namme offered Fon Dufe a supporting role in the movie Two Princes starring Kelly Azia, Collins Isuma, and Awa Edna.
The first movie she appeared in was the Gold Age Productions feature movie Standing The Rain, starring Desmond Whyte and Proxy Buh Melvin.
The movie was directed by Enah Johnscott and distributed locally in 2009.
In 2012, she partnered with the United States Embassy in Yaoundé, Cameroon, to organise training for young actors through a jointly owned International Workshop called Know Your Craft International.