Co-Owner / Co-writer / Principle Actor of S.B.M.P.
Hakim Sabree was born in Harlem, New York, to Mr. & Mrs. Charles & Mary M. Jackson.
Hakim the second of seven children is an African American born Muslim. His parents joined the Nation of Islam in the late 1950’s under the leadership of Elijah Muhammed. In 1975 upon Elijah Muhammed’s death the family accepted and continues to follow the leadership of Elijah’s son and successor Imam Wallace D. Mohammed as he transitioned the Nation of Islam’s misconception of religion to the authentic and balanced way of life of Al-Islam (Being at peace with submitting one’s will to the Will of G-d) as it is preserved in the Promised Reading (The Qur’an) and in the life example of Muhammad the last Prophet (P.B.U.H.).
Hakim graduated from the High School of Art & Design and enrolled at Borough of Manhattan Community College where he studied Business Management for a year. He then transferred to New York City Technical College where he studied and received an Associates degree in Art & Advertising and minored in Performing Arts. his last year.
He began his career in acting with playing principal characters in two teleplays; “The Conspiracy” a college project at Hunter College and “Freedom from Fear” written and directed by his brother Mustafa and the later produced by Sabree Brothers Motion Pictures. He then played the part of Malcolm X / El-Hajj Malik Shabazz in a year long running independent play about the unknown history of the Nation of Islam called, “It’s Wake Up Time” by Bilal Family Productions. His latest works included being principle actor and co-writer of two film shorts; “The Sentinel & the Showman” and “The Good Conspiracy”and a stage version of the film short, "The Sentinel and the Showman".
Hakim is an actor, screenwriter, play-wright, illustrator, public speaker and rhyme poet. He is married to Anika Sabree of Distinct New Africa Designs, Inc.
Hakim can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org