Netflix 'Black Summer' Season 2 Full Cast List: Meet Jamie King and other stars
‘Black Summer’ is finally returning to Netflix with Season 2 and fans cannot wait to see their favorite characters back on the screen once again. The thrilling Season 1 ended with Rose (Jaime King) entering the empty stadium and it was evident that any army presence had either left or were currently undead.
However, Rose (Jaime King) was finally reunited with her daughter and it seemed like a happy ending. On the contrary, most people have turned into zombies and wreaking havoc on the streets. So, it will be interesting to see for how long the survivors will last. Season 2 will see the return of Jaime King as Rose while many of the original cast members will also be back for the upcoming edition. Take a look at the cast of ‘Black Summer’ Season 2. Meanwhile, if zombie dramas interest you then you could check out 'Kingdom' which is a Korean offering from Netflix. 'Kingdom' tells the story of a zombie apocalypse set in the medieval period. There is also 'Blood Quantum', a Michael Greyeyes starring Canadian zombie movie; 'Walking Dead' and its spin-off on AMC 'Fear the Walking Dead' as well as 'Reality Z', Netflix's 1st Brazillian zombie comedy-horror.
Jaime King as Rose
Born on April 23, 1979, Jaime King began her career as a model and later took up acting as a profession. After being spotted at her graduation fashion show by model agent Michael Flutie, King was invited to New York City to begin modeling professionally. By the age of 16, she had been featured in the fashion magazines Vogue, Mademoiselle, Allure, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar, and Seventeen. She also walked the runway for Chanel, Christian Dior, and Alexander McQueen.
She began her acting in 2001 with movies like ‘Happy Campers’, ‘Blow’ and ‘Pearl Harbor’. Meanwhile, in 2005, she started her television career with the show ‘The OC’. Later that year, she went on to play a double role in the critically-acclaimed movie ‘Sin City’ alongside Jessica Alba, Benicio del Toro, Clive Owen, Bruce Willis, Brittany Murphy, Micky Rourke, and Elijah Wood.
King also portrayed the character of Alexandria in the movie ‘Two for the Money’ which starred Al Pacino and Matthew McConaughey in lead roles. ‘The Alibi’, ‘Fanboys’, ‘Silent Night’, ‘Escape Plan 2’ and ‘Hart of Dixie’ are some of the projects that she has appeared on.
Zoe Marlett as Anna
Marlett is one of the newest names to become a member of the entertainment industry. She started her acting career in 2013 with the TV series ‘Lalaloopsy’. In 2015, she had a pivotal role in the award-winning horror movie ‘Alive’.
Marlett was last seen in the movie ‘Marlene’ alongside Kristin Booth and Greg Bryk.
Christine Lee as Ooh “Sun” Kyungsun
Born in 1994, Christine Lee started her professional acting career with the TV show ‘What Next’ and made a lot of cameo appearances in projects such as ‘Ovum’ and ‘Piano’. Once she completed high school she moved to New York and attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. She also had a small role in the movie ‘Colossal’ which starred Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis in lead roles.
Most recently, Christine voiced Dokkaebi, a rebellious Korean hacker in the popular Ubisoft game, ‘Rainbow Six Seige’.
Justin Chu Cary as Spears
Born and raised in Oakland, California, Cary was destined to be a successful athlete as he regularly competed in various track & field events while studying at Berkeley High School. However, he changed his career path and took up acting as a profession. Cary appeared in a lot of theatre productions before making his TV debut in 2009.
He had a recurring role in the hit TV show ‘Days of Our Lives’ and made cameo appearances in shows like ‘Ringer’, ‘NCIS’ and ‘Jane the Virgin’. In 2018, Cary was cast as Tin in the critically-acclaimed film ‘Blindspotting’.
Kelsey Flower as Lance
Canadian actor Kelsey Flower has been a part of the industry since 2013 and has appeared in a variety of projects. He made his debut with a short film titled ‘My Life Is a Musical’. His first major role came in the year 2016 when he had a recurring role in the comedy series ‘My Imaginary Ex-Girlfriend’.
Apart from acting in various projects, Kelsey has also written the screenplay for short movies such as ‘Lady Luck’ and ‘With You Always’.
Excited about ‘Black Summer’ Season 2? Catch the show premiering exclusively on Netflix on June 17, 2021.