Kofi Siriboe Bio, Age, Height, Girlfriend, Net Worth

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Kofi Siriboe Biography

Kofi Siriboe, who was born on March 2, 1994, will be 29 years old in 2023. Kofi Siriboe was born into a well-established family in Los Angeles, California, USA. He spent his entire childhood and is now living in the same house where he was born. Kofi is a proud American national with a black ethnic origin and Ghanaian ancestors.

Siriboe was born under the astrological sign of Pisces and is following a Christian path. Kofi received his elementary schooling at a local private school in Los Angeles and continued his studies at a reputable junior school in the same location. He was particularly interested in acting and began working in printed and television advertising at the age of six.

Siriboe is most known for playing the lead character of Ralph Angel Bordelon in Ava DuVernay’s creational drama television series Queen Sugar, which aired on the Oprah Winfrey Network from 2016 to 2022. He was a popular recurring character as Tyler Miller in the MTV teen comedy-drama television series Awkward (2014-2015) as Crenshaw in Insecure (2021).

Kofi Siriboe Age

Kofi Siriboe was born on March 2, 1994.He is 29 years old in 2023.

Kofi Siriboe Height

Kofi Siriboe is 6 feet 2  inches tall.

Kofi Siriboe Family

Siriboe’s father’s name is Kwame Boakye and he worked as a style enthusiast and fashion consultant. His mother’s name is Koshie Mills she is an international media strategist and owns a boutique multimedia firm in Beverly Hills.

He is the second child of his parents, and he has two brothers, Kwame Boateng and Kwesi Boakye.. They, like Siriboe, are actors.

Kofi Siriboe Siblings

Siriboe has two brothers. He is the second-born child. His brother’s names are Kwame Boateng and Kwesi Boakye.

Kofi Siriboe Girlfriend

On International Women’s Day in March 2018, Kofi turned to social media to honor his partner Duckie, and all Black women.
Following a year of bliss, Kofi and Duckie called it quits after making their romance public. He was also in a relationship with Ebonee Davis. He is currently possibly single.

Kofi Siriboe Education

Siriboe mother was instrumental in instilling in him a love of the arts and entertainment, as well as molding his acting career. She forced him to enroll in acting classes at a young age so that he could hone his profession. He was pursuing a bachelor’s degree.

Kofi Siriboe Networth

Kofi Siriboe’s net worth is $1 million as of 2023. He built his net worth by working professionally in the entertainment industry and supplementing it with modeling work for fashion labels and social media promotional activities.

Kofi Siriboe  To Star in Netflix’s ‘Meet Me Next Christmas’

Christina Milian, an actress and singer, is firmly establishing herself as the new face of Netflix rom-coms with the upcoming holiday film Meet Me Next Christmas. Rusty Cundieff will helm the picture, and Molly Haldeman and Camilla Rubis will pen the script. Milian’s third Netflix collaboration is Meet Me Next Christmas.

Milian plays the part of Layla in the movie, a young woman who rushes through New York City to buy tickets for the sold-out Pentatonix Christmas Eve Concert in the hopes of meeting the guy of her dreams.

The project is produced by Mark Roberts, and Simon Lythgoe, Matt Code, and Milian serve as executive producers. Meet Me Next Christmas also features Kofi Siriboe, Devale Ellis, Kalen Allen, and Pentatonix in addition to Milian.

Kofi Siriboe Career

Kofi began his acting career as a hobby. His brothers and he grew up playing instruments. Kwesi was a violinist, and Kofi had an interest in both the trumpet and the violin. All three boys were sporty and participated in sports such as soccer, basketball, and tennis. Kwame and Kofi were also avid golfers.

Kofi debuted as ‘Benjamin’ in the 2003 short ‘Strange & Charmed.’ In 2007, he appeared in an uncredited episode of the ‘HBO’ comedy-drama ‘Entourage.’ Later, he appeared in the 2008 sports drama ‘The Longshots.’ He starred in the film as ‘Javy Hall.’
In 2009, Kofi played ‘JJ’ in an episode of the ‘ABC’ drama ‘Lincoln Heights.’ He played the adolescent version of the character ‘Goodwill’ in the short ’40.’ Kofi then starred in the 2011 romantic comedy-drama film ‘Prom.’ The next year, he appeared as ‘James Newman in an episode of ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,’ a CBS crime thriller.

In 2016, he landed a breakout role. He was cast as one of the key characters in the ‘Oprah Winfrey Network drama ‘Queen Sugar,’ which was based on Natalie Baszile’s 2014 novel of the same name.

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