Peacock’s “Bel-Air” Season 2 Cast Upcoming Actor For Recurring Role

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The “Bel Air” cast is getting bigger as Season 2 is set to introduce us to a brand new character who will recur on the season!

Brandon Brown is set to star in Season 2.

ToshaKnowsTalent shared the news via Instagram:

“Congrats to my client @brandonbrownb for booking a recurring role on Bel Air. I’ve only been representing Brandon for a month. He was one of the people I found when I was looking for people for Winning Time, while he didn’t get that role. He almost immediately booked this. Brandon came to me hungry and ready, great headshots, reel and good attitude. People don’t understand management. I don’t make stars. I give stars the opportunity to make themselves. You have to already have that hustle. I can’t explain it but after being in the industry for years and hanging out with legendary John Singleton, I can feel who has that ‘it’ factor. If you have to tell me you got it you don’t. There is a certain humbleness that comes with dynamic talent.”

She also shared photos on set:

Congratulations! We can’t wait to see Season 2!

Bel-Air is a reimagining of the 90s sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. It stars Jabari Banks, Cassandra Freeman, Jimmy Akingbola, Olly Sholotan, Coco Jones, Akira Akbar, Simone Joy Jones, Jordan L. Jones, and Adrian Holmes. Set in modern-day America, the story follows young Will Smith’s (Banks) complicated journey from the streets of West Philadelphia to the gated mansions of Bel-Air. When a couple of guys (who were up to no good) started making trouble in his neighborhood, Will is sent to stay with his wealthy Aunt Viv (Freeman), Uncle Phil (Holmes), and cousins Carlton (Sholotan), Hilary (Jones), and Ashley (Akbar) in an affluent Los Angeles neighborhood for a fresh start.

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