Ntare was originally cast as Joseph in the unaired pilot episode of Heroes but was edited out due to delicate situations with terrorism. He has been brought back to Play Usutu as a recurring star.
Ntare was married to Ena Frias in March 2001 for 7 years but they divorced in 2007.
Ntare's Father studied in Darthmouth and has worked in international finance and development while his mother was a lecturer at the University of Nairobi in Kenya.
Ntare's parents split up when he was 4 years old.
Ntare: (On his experiences on Heroes)It's been a lot of fun. It's rare that you get to be in the pilot episode of a show and then come back as a different character altogether. I'm really grateful for that. I'm not sure how long the ride will last, but I'm having fun!
Ntare: (On him being part of Heroes pilot episode)Yeah, I was really fortunate to be in the pilot. But as you know, the storyline changed, and that whole plot went to the cutting room floor. But it's great to be able to come back for this role.
Ntare: (On his character Usutu)Maybe it's best to quote Tim Kring. I asked him how he saw the character, and he said he saw him as a Yoda-like figure. That actually gave me a lot of insight as to how he saw the character and the role he plays in terms of heroes and villains. He is one who tries to pull people to him for the forces of good.
Ntare: (On Biro being based on his family and how the play tells an emotional story of survival) Biro is my uncle. The most challenging way to tell the story. There is a moving feeling about the play. It's not just drama, it's real life. It's so many people's stories.
Ntare: (On his play Biro) I produced (the show) with two projectors. It was my biggest challenge.