It's been a few years since fans said goodbye to Love, Simon and the fantastic characters in the iconic film. While the Simonverse has continued on thanks to Becky Albertalli's books, including the upcoming Love, Creekwood, there's a brand new group in town that is ready to share their story. The Love, Victor characters might be completely new to fans who have fallen in love with the books and movie, but that doesn't mean that fans won't love them by the time the first season ends. So get ready to meet your brand new favorite Creekwood crew!
Here are the cast and characters of Hulu's Love, Victor.
Michael Cimino as Victor Salazar
"Victor is a fun loving guy. He's outgoing, but also reserved. The whole story is about Victor and his journey of self-discovery," Michael Cimino exclusively told Seventeen.
Love, Victor is Michael's first starring television role. He recently played Bob Palmeri in Annabelle Comes Home.
Rachel Hilson as Mia Brooks
"Mia is kind and compassionate. She's kind of an old soul and that's why she connects with Victor. She's going through a lot in her personal life and I think she's masking a lot of it at school and around others," Rachel told Seventeen in an exclusive interview. "She's kind of trying to balance a couple different versions of herself."
Rachel is mostly known for playing the younger version of Beth Pearson on This Is Us and for starring in NBC's Rise. She has also appeared in The Americans and The Good Wife.
Anthony Turpel as Felix Westen
"Felix is awkward, but at the same time outgoing. ; He's super unapologetic about who he is and he just wants to love everybody, but that sometimes also drives people away," Anthony exclusively revealed to Seventeen. "However, when people really get to know to him, they start to fall in love with him and realize that he's just an amazing person."
Anthony previously played R.J. Forrester on The Bold and the Beautiful. He also appeared on Netflix's No Good Nick as Will.
Bebe Wood as Lake Meriwether
"Lake is my version of Elle Woods with a dash of RuPaul. She likes to take the occasional —or frequent — selfie. She's a loyal friend to Mia," Bebe said in a exclusive interview with Seventeen. "Even though she cares about her outward image and protects that at school, deep down, she has a soft quality to her."
Bebe Wood previously starred in The Real O'Neals and The New Normal. She is also a singer.
Mason Gooding as Andrew
"To make matters more interesting, or perhaps more convoluted for Victor, my character sort of acts as a buffer or a narrative foil to Victor's journey of self-discovery. Andrew is in an opposite-ended boat as Victor, where he actually believes he understands exactly who he is in the grand scheme of the high school social arena," Mason told Seventeen exclusively in an interview. "But it's the lie he believes. He thinks he is the ultimate teller of all people's fate or social dynamics in school and that creates a sort of pushback between him and Victor. To Victor's credit, he actually goes to great lengths to understand himself as it relates to everyone else, as opposed to Andrew who is likely trying to tell him where he belongs."
Mason is mostly known for playing Nick on Booksmart. He also recently appeared in Netflix's Let It Snow and Freeform's Everything's Gonna Be Okay.
George Sear as Benjamin "Benji" Campbell
"Benji's confident. He's kind of a little bit beyond his years. A lot of where his confidence stems from is having a lot of struggles for someone so young and still in high school. If you struggle yourself, you start to get to know yourself a little bit more," George told Seventeen exclusively. "But you see behind the confidence as you get deeper into his relationship with Derek and as he gets closer and more vulnerable with Victor."
George Sear is a British actor who is mostly known for starring as Seb in The Evermoor Chronicles. He also recently appeared in the first season of Amazon Prime's Alex Rider.
Isabella Ferreira as Pilar Salazar
"Pilar moves from Texas to Atlanta, leaving all of her friends behind and her boyfriend, who she obviously really loved. She is definitely feeling very alone," Isabella revealed to Seventeen in an exclusive interview. "She doesn't think that anybody understands her or is on her wavelength. She has her family, but at the same time, it's not enough to fill in the hole in her little teenage, angsty heart."
This is Isabella's first starring role on television. She previously appeared on Netlfix's Orange is the New Black as Eve Diaz.
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