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Where You've Seen The Ginny And Georgia Cast Before

The latest hit Netflix series is here. In February, the streaming service unveiled Ginny & Georgia, a dramedy starring Brianne Howey and Antonia Gentry in the title roles. While the reviews were only moderate (appreciative if not overwhelmingly positive), the series has garnered its fair share of viewers, while not escaping some controversy along the way. Nevertheless, commonly compared to Gilmore Girls, this family drama should win over audiences who love that popular series. But if you're wondering why you recognize the acting ensemble, which includes both fresh newcomers and established talents alike, we're here to help. Here's where you've seen the Ginny & Georgia cast before.

Brianne Howey - Ginny & Georgia

Brianne Howey (Georgia Miller)

As Georgia Miller, Ginny and Austin's mother who moves her family to Wellsbury, Massachusetts following the death of her husband, Brianne Howey plays the lead in Netflix's Ginny & Georgia. Previously, Howey served as a series regular on Fox's The Exorcist and The Passage. She also had a recurring role in The CW's Batwoman.

Furthermore, Brianne Howey's other TV credits include Dollface, I Live With Models, I'm Dying Up Here, Twisted, Red Scare, Revenge, The Middle, 90210, NCIS, Baby Daddy, Twisted Tales, Criminal Minds, Hart of Dixie, Scream Queens, Hawaii Five-0, The Odd Couple, and Playing House. Additionally, in film, Howey can be seen in Horrible Bosses 2, Plus One, Little Bitches, Time Trap, Viral, Super Novas, XOXO, and The Lonely Whale.

Antonia Gentry - Ginny & Georgia

Antonia Gentry (Ginny Miller)

In the role of Ginny Miller, a 15-year-old teen girl trying to figure herself out, Antonia Gentry plays our second title character in Ginny & Georgia. Previously, the actress starred in Netflix's Candy Jar and Driver's Ed: Tales from the Street. Gentry can also be seen in Netflix's Raising Dion. Additionally, she appeared in two short films, 2014's PSA Don't Text and Drive Pay Attention and 2015's Lone Wolf Mason, respectively.

Diesel La Torraca - Ginny & Georgia

Diesel La Torraca (Austin Miller)

Playing the part of Austin Miller, Ginny's younger brother, Diesel La Torraca has an important role in Netflix's Ginny & Georgia. Previously, La Torraca starred in Hulu's Little Monsters. The child actor also appears in Lambs Of God, Black Comedy, and The Secrets We Keep, as well as two short films, 2019's Sweet Tooth and 2020's Heroes for a Day, respectively. Next, La Torraca will be heard in Back to the Outback.

Jennifer Robertson - Ginny & Georgia

Jennifer Robertson (Ellen)

As Ellen, Georgia's neighbor and Marcus and Max's mother, Jennifer Robertson plays a prominent maternal figure in Ginny & Georgia. Previously, Robertson starred in Schitt's Creek. Her other TV credits include The Holmes Show, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Comedy Inc., Wingin' It, The 1/2 Hour News, Hannah Montana, Little Mosque on the Prairie, Nikita, Howie Do It, Mr. D, Disjointed, and Degrassi: The Next Generation. In film, meanwhile, Robertson appears in Twitches, Sassy Pants, Undercover Grandpa, Relative Chaos, Knights of the South Bronx, Valentine Ever After, Holiday Joy, and To Die 4, which she also wrote. She'll soon be seen in Hello, Goodbye, and Everything In Between.

Additionally, outside of acting, Jennifer Robertson wrote for The Holmes Show, Point Blank, SketchCom, and Scaredy Squirrel.

Felix Mallard - Ginny & Georgia

Felix Mallard (Marcus)

In the role of Marcus, one of Ginny's love interests, Felix Mallard plays a key character in Ginny & Georgia. Currently, Mallard has a recurring role in Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist. Previously, the actor starred in the Australian soap, Neighbours, as Ben Kirk. He also appeared in Neighbours: Xanthe Hearts Ben, Neighbours: Pipe Up, and Neighbours: Summer Stories. Additionally, Mallard starred in CBS's Happy Together and Netflix's Locke & Key. Away from television, he can be seen in Netflix's All the Bright Places.

Sara Waisglass - Ginny & Georgia

Sara Waisglass (Max)

Playing the part of Maxine, i.e. "Max," Marcus' gay twin sister and Ginny's new friend, Sara Waisglass took on a fan-favorite character on Netflix's Ginny & Georgia. Outside of this streaming series, Waisglass is known for playing Frankie Hollingsworth in Degrassi: The Next Generation, as well as Degrassi: Next Class and Don't Look Back. Additionally, Waisglass can be seen in shows like Overruled!, Holly Hobbie, and October Faction, while also appearing in Suits, The Good Doctor, Killjoys, and The Jane Show.

On the big screen, meanwhile, Sara Waisglass stars in Afterwards, Life (2015), Mary Goes Round, An Assortment Of Christmas Tales in No Particular Order, and Tainted.

Scott Porter - Ginny & Georgia

Scott Porter (Mayor Paul Randolph)

As Mayor Paul Randolph, a local politician who rubs some folks in town the wrong way, Scott Porter has an authoritative supporting role in Ginny & Georgia. Most notably, Porter is known for his work in NBC's Friday Night Lights and CBS's The Good Wife. The TV actor also starred in The CW's Hart of Dixie and played a recurring role in Caprica.

Additionally, Scott Porter's other TV credits include As the World Turns, Ugly Betty, Parenthood, Rosewood, Scorpion, Outcast, Law & Order: SVU, Charmed, and Why Women Kill. The actor can also be heard in Harley Quinn and Ultimate Spider-Man, as well as Marvel Anime: Wolverine, Marvel Anime: X-Men, Avengers Assemble, and Robot Chicken. Also, Porter did voice work for video games like Madden NFL 18, Madden NFL 19, LEGO DC Super-Villains, Spider-Man (2018), LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, Minecraft: Story Mode, and The Walking Dead: Season Two. Furthermore, away from television, Porter can be seen in films like Bandslam, Dear John, 10 Years, The To Do List, Speed Racer, The Good Guy, and Prom Night (2008).

Raymond Ablack - Ginny & Georgia

Raymond Ablack (Joe)

In the role of Joe, a local business owner with all the town's hot gossip, Raymond Ablack plays a conversational supporting character in Netflix's Ginny & Georgia. Most notably, Ablack is known for his role as Sav Bhandari in Degrassi: The Next Generation, as well as Degrassi Goes Hollywood and Degrassi Takes Manhattan. Additionally, the actor appeared in Orphan Black, Narcos, Shadowhunters, Burden of Truth, Nurses, Ransom, Defiance, Life with Derek, Good Witch, and Annedroids. He also starred in the web series, Teenagers, for which he won an Indie Series Award.

Outside of TV, Raymond Ablack appears in Fondi '91, Beeba Boys, Acquainted, and last year's Buffaloed and The Broken Hearts Gallery. Next, Ablack will be seen in A Wedding Ring and Netflix's Maid.

Mason Temple - Ginny & Georgia

Mason Temple (Hunter Chen)

Playing the part of Hunter Chen, Ginny's eventual love interest, Mason Temple has a romantic role in Netflix's Ginny & Georgia. Previously, Temple was seen in History Channel's Six and The CW's iZombie. Next, he'll appear in Lifetime's V.C. Andrews' Ruby.

Kate Douglas - Ginny & Georgia

Katie Douglas (Abby)

As Abby, Max and Ginny's friend and a sarcastic MANG member, Katie Douglas plays a comical character in this Netflix series. Away from Ginny & Georgia, Douglas is known for the Canadian drama Mary Kills People. She also appears in Discovery Family's Spooksville. Douglas had a main part in Raising Expectations, as well as recurring roles in Defiance, Less Than Kind, and Eyewitness. Her other TV credits include Flashpoint, Saving Hope. Creeped Out, Burden of Truth, Nurses, and Pretty Hard Cases.

Outside of television, Katie Douglas can be seen in films like Every Day, Compulsion, Level 16, and Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town.

Chelsea Clark - Ginny & Georgia

Chelsea Clark (Norah)

In the role of Norah, the fourth MANG member, Chelsea Clark is a risk-taking popular girl in Netflix's Ginny & Georgia. Previously, Clark played the part of Esme Song in Degrassi: Next Class. Her other TV credits include Tokens, The Stanley Dynamic, Life with Boys, Good Witch, Let's Go Luna, and Rookie Blue. Outside of TV, Clark appeared in short films like Resolve, Greta Follows River, Blue Heart Emoji, and The Overture.

Jonathan Potts - Ginny & Georgia

Jonathan Potts (Mr. Gitten)

Playing the part of Mr. Gitten, Ginny's subtly racist/sexist teacher, Jonathan Potts was an antagonistic persona in Ginny & Georgia. Most notably, Potts was the voice of Link in The Legend of Zelda animated series. He can also be heard in Captain N: The Game Master, Beverly Hills Teens, Swamp Thing, The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3, Rusty Rivets, Arthur, Top Wing, Hello Kitty and Friends, Mythic Warriors: Guardians of the Legend, JoJo's Circus, Beyblade, and Piggsburg Pigs.

Outside of his voice work, Jonathan Potts appears in films like Jason X, Still Mine, Devil, Dream House, Cruel Intentions 2, Resurrection, Breach, When Night Is Falling, No Stranger Than Love, Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, and Len and Company. Additionally, Potts' other TV credits include Queer As Folk, Relic Hunter, Fairly Legal, The Firm, Murdoch Mysteries, Billable Hours, Hangin' In, Earth: Final Conflict, Twitch City, Cra$h & Burn, Twice in a Lifetime, Forever Knight, Road to Avonlea, and Due South.

Humberly Gonzales - Ginny & Georgia

Humberly Gonzalez (Sophie)

As Sophie, a high school senior with a love for theater, Humberly Gonzalez plays a musical character for Ginny & Georgia. Outside of this series, Gonzalez stars in The CW's In the Dark. Her other TV credits include Orphan Black, Utopia Falls, Guilt-Free Zone, Workin' Moms, Nurses, Hudson & Rex, Private Eyes, Saving Hope, The Detail, and Blink Twice. She's also heard in Starlink: Battle for Atlas and Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Away from TV, Humberly Gonzalez appears in Netflix's Kodachrome, We, and Witches in the Woods. Soon, she'll be seen in Nobody. Also, Gonzalez will star in Netflix's Jupiter Legacy and the short film, Pink Tax. Additionally, the actress will be heard in Far Cry 6.

You can stream Ginny & Georgia on Netflix here.

Will Ashton

Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.