'Dear White People' Season 4 Full Cast List: Meet stars from Netflix dramedy show

Season 4 will see the return of actors like Logan Browning, Antoinette Richardson, Brandon P Bell and many more


                            'Dear White People' Season 4 Full Cast List: Meet stars from Netflix dramedy show
Logan Browning (Samantha) and Antoinette Robertson (Coco) in 'Dear White People' (Netflix)
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Dear White People’ is set to take viewers on another enthralling ride as Netflix is set to come out with the fourth and final season of the show on Wednesday, September 22. The show revolves around a group of Black students at Winchester who is looking at a not-so-distant, post-pandemic future while doing their bit for society.

At the end of Season 3, Samantha (Logan Browning) and Lionel (DeRon Horton) get to know the truth about how influential Black people run the “Black Illuminati”, silencing those who try to dismantle a powerful Black figure. The previous edition ended with Troy approaching Samantha and Lionel and putting a gold coin down, saying “we need to talk.”

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The last season is going to be really amazing and fans are hoping to see characters getting a befitting end. As far as the cast is concerned, all the original members are returning for the final edition and they will be doing their best to bring justice to the characters. Let’s take a look at the cast of ‘Dear White People’ Season 4.

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Logan Browning as Samantha White in 'Dear White People' (Netflix)

 

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Logan Browning as Samantha White

Born on June 9, 1989, Logan Laurice Browning began her acting career in 2004 with the series ‘Summerland’ and played the role of Carrie. Meanwhile, in 2005 she was cast as Vanessa in the Nickelodeon series ‘Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide’. Two years later, in 2007, she made her feature film debut with ‘Bratz: The Movie’.

However, her first major acting role came in 2009 when she joined the cast of ‘Meet the Browns’ as Brianna Ortiz. The show turned out to be a success for her and made her earn a lot of recognition. Since then, she has appeared on projects like ‘Pair of Kings’, ‘Powers’ and ‘The Perfection’. 

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Brandon P Bell as Troy Fairbanks

Born in Dallas, Texas, Brandon always wanted to join the entertainment industry and attended the University of Southern California with a drama scholarship. However, prior to his acting career, he used to play soccer for 7 years and won the USA Cup gold medal. He began his acting career by having a cameo in ‘Mission: Impossible III’ (2006). On the television side, he did several cameo roles in projects like ‘Sons of Anarchy’, ‘90210’, ‘NCIS’, ‘The Protector’ and ‘Revenge’.

Bell landed the role of Jake Madsen in ‘Hollywood Heights’ and appeared on 77 episodes. In 2014, he was one of the main cast members of the series ‘Ascension’. Later that year, he would go on to play the role of Troy Fairbanks in the ‘Dear White People’ movie, which made him earn a nomination at the Black Reel Awards. He reprised the role in the Netflix series as well and was also nominated for the Outstanding Actor accolade at the Black Reel Awards. 

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Antoinette Robertson as Colandrea “Coco” Conners

Robertson is currently in her 10th year in Hollywood and has been a part of numerous titles. She started her acting career with minor roles in ventures such as ‘Bittersweets’ and ‘A Gifted Man’. Her first notable role was in the comedy-drama series ‘Hart of Dixie’.

On the other hand, she had a recurring role in The Oprah Winfrey Network show ‘The Haves and the Have Nots’. But she was promoted to series regular in season five. The actress also had a guest role in the popular series ‘Atlanta’ alongside Donald Glover.

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DeRon Horton as Lionel Higgins

Born in Texas and raised in Saudi Arabia, DeRon Horton has a degree in Performing Arts and began his acting career by appearing in the short film ‘Lions and Lambs’. Horton landed his first leading role in the independent feature ‘Dirt’, directed by Alex Ranarivelo. However, his moment of glory came in 2019 when he was cast as Ray Powell in the blockbuster hit series ‘American Horror Story’.

He has been one of the most important cast members of ‘Dear White People’ and garnered a lot of praise for his acting. Horton was recently alongside Salma Hayek and Owen Wilson in the movie ‘Bliss’.  

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Ashley Blaine Featherson as Joelle Brooks

Born on December 4, 1987, Featherson started acting at the tender age of four and took a liking to it. At the age of 14, she started performing at the Studio Theatre in Washington, DC.  He attended Howard University and graduated from the Fine Arts department where she majored in musical theatre. The actress went on to co-create the series ‘Hello Cupid’ in 2012 and also starred in it.

In 2014, she played the role of Joelle in the ‘Dear White People’ movie. Meanwhile, in 2018, she was one of the main cast members of the TV series ‘Leimet Park’, which premiered at the Sundance Festival.

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John Patrick Amedori as Gabe Mitchell

Amedori made his acting debut in 1998 in ‘D Minus’  and went on to play a minor role in the 2000 movie ‘Unbreakable’ alongside Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson. Over the years, he went on to work in projects such as ‘The Butterfly Project’, ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. The World’, ‘Law & Order’, ‘Joan of Arcadia’, ‘CSI: NY’, ‘Gossip Girl’, ‘Criminal Minds’. He was most recently seen in the hit show ‘The Good Doctor’. 

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John Patrick Amedori arrives at the Premiere Of Netflix's "Dear White People" Season 3 at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on August 1, 2019, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images)

 

Marque Richardson as Reggie Green

Born and raised in California, Richardson was an athlete in his younger days and went on compete in many events when he was in school. He made his acting debut in 2006 with shows like ‘7th Heaven’ and ‘The Bernie Mac Show’.  He has also appeared in ‘ER’, ‘Lincoln Heights’, and ‘Rules of Engagement. 

The actor received a lot of praise for his acting in television shows like ‘True Blood’ and ‘The Newsroom’. In 2014, Richardson starred in the critically acclaimed film ‘Dear White People’, a satire that won the US Dramatic Special Jury Prize "for the arrival of an exciting new voice in American cinema" at Sundance.

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Richardson was recently seen in the movie ‘Antebellum’ alongside Janelle Monae.

Excited about ‘Dear White People’? Catch Season 4 of the acclaimed series exclusively on Netflix on Wednesday, September 22, at 3.01 am EST.

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