Kofi Siriboe To Star In Drama ‘Really Love’
Kofi Siriboe has snagged a leading role. The Los Angeles native will star in “Really Love” directed by Angel Kristi Williams and co-written by Felicia A. Pride. The Washington D.C. set film, follows a painter (portrayed by Siriboe) who is trying to balance his whirlwind romantic life while break into the art world. Filming will begin later this summer in the Baltimore and D.C. area.
Siriboe, portrays Ralph Angel Bordelon on the OWN hit series, Queen Sugar, now in it’s third season. Last year, he co-starred in the romantic comedy “Girls Trip,” starring Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Tiffany Haddish. The Malcolm D. Lee directed film was a blockbuster, grossing $140 million globally. Earlier this year, Siriboe released a short film “WTF Mental Health” focused on mental health in the Black community.
By: Miss Johnson P