British people of Senegalese descent

Posted Oct 27, 2009
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  1. Estelle



    Estelle Fanta Swaray (born 18 January 1980), simply known as Estelle, is a British singer, songwriter and record producer from West London, England. Estelle is known for her eclectic mix of various musical genres including R&B, soul, reggae, grime, hip hop and dance. She has experienced mainstream success with the single "American Boy" featuring Kanye West, reaching number 1 in the United Kingdom and her collaboration with David Guetta in "One Love".

  2. Johnny Sekka

    Johnny Sekka


    Johnny Sekka (born Lamine Sekka, 21 July 1934 – 14 September 2006) was an British film and television actor.

  3. Cesar Picton

    Cesar Picton


    Cesar Picton (c. 1755 Senegal? – 1836 Thames Ditton, Surrey) was presumably enslaved in Africa by the time he was about six years old. He was bought and brought to England by an English army officer who had been in Senegal, and in 1761 was "presented" as a servant to Sir John Phillips, a Baronet living in Norbiton near Kingston upon Thames in Surrey. He later became a wealthy coal merchant in Kingston.

  4. Karen Ramirez

    Karen Ramirez


    Karen Ramírez (born 21 November 1971, North London) is a female dance music singer. At age 6, she moved to Trinidad and Tobago and lived there for some time, before returning to London and entering university. In 1998 she had a #1 hit single on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart and a #8 hit on the UK Singles Chart with her cover version of Everything but the Girl's "I Didn't Know I Was Looking for Love", under the more simple title of "Looking for Love".

  5. Pape Cire Dia

    Pape Cire Dia


    Pape Ciré Dia (born August 19, 1980 in Senegal) is a Senegalese footballer who currently plays for ASC Diaraf, He gots Scottish citizenship in 2006.

  6. Tamsier Joof

    Tamsier Joof


    Tamsier Joof or Tamsier (17 May 1973, other stage name : Tam Jo) is a British dancer, choreographer, actor, model and entrepreneur from a Senegalese and Gambian background. As well as appearing in several musicals, and as stage backing dancer for Mary Kiani, Take That and Janet Jackson, he was also known within the London voguing scene during the 1990s and is among the original London vogue dancers of that era.

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