'Young Sheldon' Season 4: Meet Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Lance Barber and rest of the cast of CBS' hit sitcom

'Young Sheldon' will air its Season 4 starting Thursday, November 5, 2020, at 8 pm ET/ PT. But before that, meet the cast


                            'Young Sheldon' Season 4: Meet Iain Armitage, Zoe Perry, Lance Barber and rest of the cast of CBS' hit sitcom
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CBS's popular sitcom 'Young Sheldon' has been a hit among audiences for a long time now. 'The Big Bang Theory' spinoff will be returning for its fourth season nearly in November. Following the "iconic, eccentric and extraordinary" Sheldon Cooper, 'Young Sheldon' is a story about a young boy's attempts at fitting in with his peers. 

'Young Sheldon' will air its Season 4 starting Thursday, November 5, 2020, at 8 pm ET/ PT. But before that, meet the cast. 

Iain Armitage as Sheldon Cooper

Iain Armitage attends the premiere of Netflix's 'Green Eggs And Ham' at Hollywood American Legion on November 03, 2019, in Los Angeles, California (Getty Images) 

Armitage plays the role of the child prodigy, Sheldon Cooper. He is 9 in the first season and 10 in the second and third. In Season 4, he will be 11 and start college. In a recent interview, Armitage spoke about playing the role. "I love being part of something that makes people happy." He added, "I love everything about him. I love playing him, there are so many fun and funny things I get to do as him!"

The actor received the Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Series - Leading Young Actor for his role as Sheldon Cooper.

Zoe Perry as Mary Cooper

Zoe Perry attends Pilot Pen & GBK Celebration Lounge - Day 2 at LÕErmitage on September 15, 2018, in Beverly Hills, California (Getty Images) 

As Mary, Perry plays the role of Sheldon's mother. She is very protective and patient with her son but more often than not, struggles to understand him. A devout Christian, she has friction with Sheldon's atheism and derision of Christianity.

The actress is known for her role in 'The Family', 'NCIS', 'Liv and Maddie' and 'Scandal'. 

Lance Barber as George Cooper Sr

Lance Barber attends the 2018 PaleyFest Los Angeles - CBS's 'The Big Bang Theory' And 'Young Sheldon' on March 21, 2018, in Hollywood, California (Getty Images) 

 

Barber plays the role of Sheldon's father, who is often mocked for not being as smart as Sheldon. Although he struggles with understanding his intellectually gifted son, he is a loving father and has defended Sheldon on multiple occasions.

His breakthrough role was in HBO's 'The Comeback' with Lisa Kudrow, in which he played Paulie G., a television writer who he describes as an "asshole". He also starred in episodes of 'How I Met Your Mother', 'Gilmore Girls', 'Californication', 'Monk', 'The Mentalist', and 'Grey's Anatomy'.

Montana Jordan as George 'Georgie' Cooper Jr

Montana Jordan attends the premiere of Lionsgate's 'I Still Believe' at ArcLight Hollywood on March 07, 2020, in Hollywood, California (Getty Images) 

Jordan plays the role of Sheldon's older brother. On the show, the two brothers have a love-hate relationship, but it's mostly hate. The actor has also played the role of Jaden Ferguson on 'The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter'. 

Raegan Revord as Melissa 'Missy' Cooper

Raegan Revord attends the premiere of Amazon Studios' "Troop Zero" at Pacific Theatres at The Grove on January 13, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images) 

Raegan Revord plays Sheldon's fraternal twin sister Missy. The two share an amicable relationship, better than the one Sheldon shares with his brother. While she might not be as intelligent as Sheldon, she is highly perceptive. 

Annie Potts as Constance 'Connie' Tucker

Annie Potts attends the world premiere of Disney and Pixar's 'Toy Story' 4 at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood, CA on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 (Getty Images) 

Potts plays the role of Sheldon, Missy, and Georgie's grandmother, whom they refer to as "Meemaw." She was nominated for a 1994 Primetime Emmy Award for playing Dana Palladino on the CBS sitcom 'Love & War', and was nominated for Screen Actors Guild Awards in 1998 and 1999 for playing Mary Elizabeth Sims in the Lifetime drama 'Any Day Now'. Her other television credits include 'GCB', and 'The Fosters'. 



 

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