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Black-ish

Genres: Comedy
Broadcast on: e.tv, eKasi+, Vuzu, Vuzu Amp, M-Net Family, eExtra, 1Magic

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Andre 'Dre' Johnson

Anthony Anderson is an American comedian and actor best known for his roles in the feature films Romeo Must Die, Big Momma's House and Me, Myself & Irene, all of which debuted in 2000

7.3


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Rainbow Johnson

Tracee Ellis Ross is an American actress best known for her starring role as Joan Clayton on the television sitcom Girlfriends, from 2000-2008

7.7


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Zoey Johnson

Yara Shahidi is an American actress best known for her role as Olivia Danielson in the 2009 comedy film Imagine That.

7.0


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Andre Johnson, Jr.

Marcus Scribner is an American actor best known for his starring role as Andre Johnson, Jr., Dre's son who asks to be called Andy then announces that - like his schoolmates - he wants a bar mitzvah for his 13th birthday, in the television sitcom Black-ish.

6.0


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Jack Johnson

Miles Brown is an American actor and hip hop dancer best known for his starring role as Jack Johnson, twin to Diane and more of the sensitive type who idolizes his dad and is quick to give his father a compliment, even if it does come out a little awkward, in the television sitcom Black-ish.

6.0


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Diane Johnson

Marsai Martin is an American child actress best known for her starring role as Diane Johnson, twin to Jack who thinks she has all the answers but has yet to develop a filter to put them through, in the television sitcom Black-ish.

7.5


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Josh

Jeff Meacham is an American actor best known for his role as Josh, Dre's co-worker, in the television sitcom Black-ish.

7.0


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Ruby Johnson

Jenifer Lewis is an American actress best known for her role as Michelle in the 1992 movie Sister Act and as Lana Hawkins on the television drama Strong Medicine

7.8


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Mr. Stevens

Peter Mackenzie is an American actor best known for his starring role as Genius, who represents the title character's intellect and logic and often clashes with the Angel's naïvete and Animal's stupidity, in the television sitcom Herman's Head, from 1991-1994

7.0

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