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'Selling The OC': Who is Sean Palmieri? Realtor reveals he's dated both men and women

The realtor said on the show that he has dated both men and women in the past and doesn't appear to have a preference
Sean Palmieri appears to be bisexual (Instagram/sean.palmieri)
Sean Palmieri appears to be bisexual (Instagram/sean.palmieri)

ORANGE CITY, CALIFORNIA: Sean Palmieri, one of the 11 new Oppenheim Group agents, debuted on 'Selling The OC' on August 24. The new Netflix series, 'Selling Sunset,' was revealed in November 2021 as the third spin-off of the original series.

'Selling The OC,' like its predecessor, centers on the personal and professional lives of the real estate brokers at Brett and Jason Oppenheim's new company in Newport Beach. Tyler Stanaland, Kayla Cardona, Polly Brindle, Lauren Brito, Gio Helou, Brandi Marshall, Alexandra Jarvis, Alex Hall, Alexandra Rose, and Austin Victoria join Sean in the new series. The debut trailer for 'Selling The OC' shows a lot more workplace turmoil than the original show. In reality, the attention is on the conflicts amongst cast mates rather than actual real estate deals.


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Who is Sean Palmieri?

Sean may not have been the most conspicuous character on the show, but that doesn't mean his contribution was negligible. Sean was 29 years old when the first season of the Netflix sitcom was produced. We assume the realtor grew up in the same area because he attended the Benjamin School in North Palm Beach, Florida. From November 2013 until 2016, the South Florida native attended the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida. He earned his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Advertising while working as the assistant to the dean of students. Sean was also a member of UF NaviGators Overseas, a program that assists international students in adjusting to life in the United States.

Sean began working as a sales and operations coordinator at architect Zaha Hadid's ONE Sotheby's International Realty in Miami, Florida in November 2016. He was there for more than a year before leaving in January 2018. His next position was with Pacific Sotheby's International Realty in Encinitas, California, as the marketing director. He started his first work in California in January 2018 and left in December 2019. Sean began working as the luxury marketing manager at Coldwell Banker Global Luxury in November 2019. His office was in Beverly Hills, California, and he planned to continue there until July 2021. The Florida native joined The Oppenheim Group in May 2021 and has worked at the company's Orange County division ever since. Sean consistently prioritizes client satisfaction in his business, and his efforts have helped him accomplish several spectacular deals throughout the years.

Sean became part of 'Selling the OC' due to his job at The Oppenheim Group, however his presence was not the most visible. Sean was mostly present at gatherings. When Sean did get involved, it was usually to protect his dear friend Polly or to bring attention to something he believed needed to be addressed.

Sean does not appear to be dating anyone as of this writing. As the realtor said on 'Selling the OC,' he has previously dated both men and women. He appears to have no preference between the two genders. Despite rumors about his relationship with Polly Brindle, we do not suppose Sean is romantically involved with his co-star. The two share a deep friendship, but no love connection appears to exist between them. Sean enjoys spending time with his friends and family in his spare time. The reality star also appears to like traveling and staying in shape. According to Sean, the ideal location would have delicious cuisine, a decent view, and a good house. He is currently based in Corona del Mar, California.


The first season of 'Selling The OC' is exclusively available on Netflix.