'Selling The OC': From Austin Victoria to Polly Brindle, meet high-profile real estate brokers on Netflix show
The Oppenheim Group, owned by Brett and Jason Oppenheim, has moved into Newport Beach, providing viewers with a new group of real estate professionals to follow
ORANGE COUNTY, CALIFORNIA: The Netflix blockbuster series 'Selling Sunset' now has two spinoffs, 'Selling Tampa' (which is currently streaming) and 'Selling The OC,' which will be available on the streaming site on August 24. The Oppenheim Group, owned by Brett and Jason Oppenheim, has moved into Newport Beach, providing viewers with a new group of real estate professionals to follow.
Rather than Beverly Hills and Los Angeles, the real estate brokers are dealing with the high-profile clients of Orange County's Newport Beach this time. There are three Alexandras on the show — Alexandra Rose, Alexandra Jarvis, and Alex Hall — as well as Gio Helou, who refers to himself as the brokerage's "top dog." Aside from the above-listed stars, the series also stars Sean Palmieri, Polly Brindle, Lauren Brito, Kayla Cardona, Brandi Marshall, and Austin Victoria. Tyler, for example, may already be a household name thanks to his marriage to actress Brittany Snow.
Another reality show is on the way to Netflix! The stars of 'Selling The OC' may not have catchy catchphrases like the Real Housewives franchise. They did, however, tease their narratives when being presented in the first episode of the show. Scroll down to meet all the new stars.
Austin, one of four men at the Oppenheim Group's Newport Beach office, is a father to twin girls. Balancing life with children, his wife, and luxury real estate is difficult, but Austin manages. “There’s nothing better than a new challenge,” adds the agent. “We’re building a business, but I’m building a future for my family.”
According to the trailer, Tyler tries everything he can to keep his head down and concentrate on his potential listings. Tyler manages to stay above the turmoil for the most part, despite the event with Kayla. Furthermore, he's married to Brittany Snow, the star of 'Pitch Perfect,' and we can't picture him jeopardizing their marriage. “Having this as my backyard, I’m selling the lifestyle I grew up in,” Tyler says.
Since 'Selling The OC' has three Alexandras, this one is known as Jarvis. Alexandra Rose and Jarvis are dynamic duos on the show who are supposedly disliked by their coworkers. That doesn't appear to concern Jarvis. According to the trailer, she and Rose are the two "top-producing female agents at the brokerage." "Two Alexandras are better than one," she continues.
Alexandra Rose (or just Rose to those in the workplace) claims that the other agents on 'Selling The OC' have propagated false accusations about her, including that she slept with clients to acquire properties. Jarvis and Rose have battled the majority of the Oppenheim Group on many occasions. Rose is introduced to her closest friend, and Jarvis tells her that “no better team than she and I.”
Sean grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida, but now makes California his home. Sean began his real estate business in Miami, according to his LinkedIn page. Sean worked as the "Marketing Director for one of San Diego's leading luxury teams" before venturing into real estate.
This 'Selling The OC' star isn't here to fool around. Brandi wants to stay focused on her responsibilities and has little interest in the office turmoil involving some of her employees. Brandi's no-nonsense demeanor has propelled her to the top of our list of new agent favorites. Brandi, for her part, was on the phone when she was introduced. “I have the most amazing listing for you,” she says. “We have to see it right away, though.”
With his brazen demeanor, fans will either adore or despise Gio. Gio says he's the "top dog" in the workplace in the 'Selling The OC' trailer. He's married to Tiffany and based on the teaser, it appears as Gio finds himself in the thick of some drama. He confronts a bunch of agents on the beach that he feels "ganged up on," and viewers will have to wait and watch what happens next. Gio's mother also worked in real estate, so the fruit didn't fall far from the tree. “On a confidence scale from one to ten, I’m a f–king 15,” he says. “I drive an orange Porsche, it’s my homage towards Orange County.”
During the first season of 'Selling The OC,' Alex gets a lot of screen time. Alex, a single mother-of-two, strives to care for her son and daughter. While she absolutely envisions herself walking down the aisle again, her plate is now too full of her job and family. During the premiere episode, she reminds viewers, "A new office means new agents. It may seem like paradise, and for the most part, it is, but it takes a lot of work to make this look easy.”
Kayla, the group's newcomer, causes a sensation this season when she crosses the line with her married coworker, Tyler Stanaland. Kayla has a son and hopes to use this chance at the Oppenheim Group to provide a secure life for him. Kayla's relationship with her 'Selling The OC' co-stars is debatable. “None of us are going to crumble under the pressure,” the reality star says.
Lauren has a significant history in real estate and is currently a member of the Oppenheim Group. This 'Selling The OC' star claims to have struggled with addiction in the past, but is now entirely clean. Lauren likes spending time with her fiance and her dog. On Instagram, you may see some of her images for yourself.
Polly Brindle, star of 'Selling The OC,' is from West Yorkshire, England, and she brings a lot of sasses to the Oppenheim Group's Newport Beach office. Polly told Today, "I just hope that everybody who watches it is fully entertained … that’s kind of the aim of the game, to show how our lives are. We want people to want to see (that)." "And new agents means new listings," she says.
On August 24, new episodes of 'Selling The OC' will be available on Netflix.