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Michael Ealy, Kofi Siriboe And Laman Rucker Share What Keeps Them Excited As Leading Men In Hollywood

Check out the ways these men are keeping joy and excitement at the center of their lives. During the 2022 ESSENCE Festival of Culture on the stage of our inaugural In His Zone Men’s Experience, television and radio personality Big Tigger and actors Lamman Rucker, Kofi Siriboe, and Michael Ealy sat down to discuss the state of Hollywood and what keeps them energized and excited to keep going in a world that often tries to keep them in a narrowly-defined box.
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Kofi Siriboe Has Nothing But Facts About Blackness in Hollywood

For six seasons, Ava DuVernay’s Queen Sugar has captured the richly complex reality and humanity of everyday Black life in Louisiana. There’s no other show presently like it on television — a bittersweet fact for the cast of Queen Sugar, who were on hand at Sunday night’s Vulture Festival to premiere the upcoming season six finale of the beloved OWN series. “There’s been a lot of conversation about progress for Black people in Hollywood: ‘The time has come.’ We’re seeing more work for Black directors,” moderator and Vulture critic Angelica Jade Bastién began. “I’m curious, as people actually acting in the industry, how do you feel about where Hollywood is today with regard to celebrating and nurturing Black creativity?” The thoughtful prompt elicited an equally thoughtful and candid response from star Kofi Siriboe.
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Kofi Siriboe, aka Crenshawn on Insecure, Has Always Been a Hollywood Heartthrob

Fans of Insecure definitely enjoyed seeing a new handsome face join the show’s cast in its final season! Kofi Siriboe, aka passionate artist Crenshawn, was a pleasant surprise who popped up in the second episode of season five, and fans couldn’t help but gush over his role. It hasn’t been confirmed if he’ll have a recurring part in the HBO series, but we certainly wouldn’t mind him making a few more appearances before the season is over.
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Kofi Siriboe & Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing On Trusting One Another in ‘Really Love’

Blackfilm.com correspondent Ellen J. Wanjiru speaks with Kofi Siriboe (“Queen Sugar”) and Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing (“Love Is__”), about the role that trust and vulnerability played in creating their characters (Isaiah & Stevie) in ‘Really Love‘. SYNOPSIS:. Set against the backdrop of a gentrifying Washington DC, Isaiah, an emerging black painter is...
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First Look: Kofi Siriboe And Yootha Wong-Loi-Sing Star In 'Really Love'

Angel Kristi Williams' love story balances the world of culture and art in the Black community. After debuting at last year’s AFI Fest, Angel Kristi Williams’ romantic film, Really Love, is set for a Netflix release on August 25. Set in Washington, D.C., Really Love chronicles Isaiah Maxwell (Kofi Siriboe),...
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