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Reginald Tsiboe

Last updated 09 January 2020

Reginald Tsiboe
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Reginald Tsiboe

Born: Wednesday 7th September 1955 (age: 65)


Reggie Tsiboe was born  in Kumasi (Ghana) was one of the lead singers of the disco group Boney M. between 1982-1986 and later between 1989-1990.

He played Lou in the 2009 Doctor Who story Planet of the Dead.

Tsiboe appeared on the last 3 Boney M. albums: Ten Thousand Lightyears (1984), Kalimba de Luna - 16 Happy Songs (1984) and Eye Dance (1985) and also recorded Christmas songs with the group, which were internationally released only after the split of the band on the new Boney M. Christmas album, The 20 Greatest Christmas Songs in 1986. Reggie sang the main vocals on a number of Boney M. songs, such as: Kalimba de LunaHappy SongGoing Back WestMy Chérie AmourYoung, Free and SingleDreadlock Holiday and Barbarella Fortuneteller.

Before he joined the group he was a movie star in Ghana. One of the movies that gained him popularity was the film "Love Brewed in African Pot." Following his Boney M period he returned to acting.