“Act Your Age” is now streaming on Netflix, featuring all sixteen episodes. This comedy follows the journey of three accomplished women in their 50s from the DMV area, each at a personal turning point. Together, they discover that the best way to navigate life is by embracing it with humor and heart, starring Kym Whitley (“Next Friday”) and Tisha Campbell (“My Wife and Kids”), with a special appearance by Yvette Nicole Brown (“Community”).

Whitley portrays Bernadette as a driven and accomplished real estate developer. Campbell brings to life Keisha, the unpredictable member of the group who is always embarking on new adventures. Lastly, Brown embodies Angela, the former First Lady of Norfolk, Virginia, seeking to rediscover herself after the loss of her husband, a highly esteemed career politician.

This captivating series was brought to life by Alyson Fouse, the brilliant mind behind “Big Shot,” “Everybody Hates Chris,” and “The Wanda Sykes Show.” Alyson created the series and leads as showrunner and executive producer. Mark Burnett, Barry Poznick, and Bradley Gardner, known for their work on “Hot in Cleveland,” join as producers. Ken Ornstein, co-executive producer of “Everybody Loves Raymond,” rounding out the talented team.

The beloved multi-generational sitcom features the talented Mariah Robinson (“The Wrong Valentine”) and Nathan Anderson (“All About the Washingtons,” “Richie Rich”) as the engaging young adult children of Angela and Bernadette, bringing a fresh and dynamic energy to the show.

Act Your Age comes from Eric C. Rhone’s & Cedric The Entertainer’s production company A Bird & A Bear Entertainment.

Meet The Cast:

Originally from Cleveland, Kym Whitley’s first real acting job was in the Shelley Garrett play “Beauty Shop,” which started in L.A. and did a national tour. Not long after the play, her TV career began as the creator and host of the first female panel talk show, on BET, entitled “Oh Drama!” Whether you know her from her frequent appearances on Larry David’s groundbreaking HBO series “Curb Your Enthusiasm” or from her stint on the long-running nationally syndicated “Tom Joyner Morning Show,” this woman never fails to deliver the funny in all aspects of her long-standing career. She has guest starred in a string of television shows, including “The Neighborhood,” “The Upshaws,” “Call Your Mother,” “Twenties,” “Fuller House,” and classics such as “The Wayans Brothers,” “The Parkers.” Not only was she a series regular on “The Young & Hungry” she was nominated for both a Daytime Emmy Award and won an Indie Series Award for her portrayal of Big Candi in “The Bay, The Series.” In addition to all her work as an entertainer, Kym is a dedicated activist. Her ‘Don’t Feed Me’ campaign began as something she did for her son, Joshua, and it evolved into an ongoing, high-profile project to raise awareness of food allergies for children and adults.  Kym holds an honorary doctorate from UVA and a Bachelor of Science from Fisk University. She serves on the board of directors for The Special Needs Network of L.A. and The Jefferson Memorial Home for Foster Children.

She began her expansive career and the tender age of three, successfully spanning five decades in all genres of show business; including singing, acting, directing, producing, and writing. Campbell has starred on Darren Starr and Jeffrey Richmond’s “Uncoupled” opposite Neil Patrick Harris and is currently proud to be featured in the new sit-com for Bounce called “Act Your Age,” with Kym Whitley and Yvette Nicole Brown. Campbell is best known for her comedic role on FOX Television as Gina, Martin Lawrence’s wife, on the iconic “Martin Show,” as well as playing opposite Damon Wayans on the ABC hit series, “My Wife and Kids.” Both of these are international sensations earning her an NAACP Image Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series and the BET Comedy Award. She has also starred in films including Spike Lee’s “School Daze,” “House Party” (I, II, III), “Another 48 Hrs.,” “Homeward Bound,” “Boomerang,” “Sprung” and with Seth Rogan and Craig Robinson’s “Zack and Miri Make a Porno”; “Be Someone” and “Blind Spotting” with David Diggs. Taking her business behind the scenes, Campbell co-wrote the movie “The Seat Filler,” and produced the film short “A Luv Tale,” which garnered numerous awards including the Audience Choice Award at the Black Hollywood Film Festival. An avid philanthropist, Campbell is currently developing a project to benefit her alma mater, Newark Arts High School, which will help provide desperately needed supplies to the inner-city school and keep its music program intact. Campbell co-founded Colored My Mind (CMM) with four other mothers of autistic children. She is also currently lending her time recently to help women who have experienced domestic abuse, working with D.O.P.E. (De-Escalating Officer Patrol Encounters), and working alongside Pam Wiley and the Los Angeles Speech and Therapy Center.

Emmy-nominated actress, writer, producer, and host best known for her series-regular and Special Guest Star* roles on the television shows: “Community”, “The Mayor”, “Drake and Josh”, “The Odd Couple”, Disney Plus’ “Big Shot” and “Act Your Age”* on Bounce TV. And films as varied as “Dreamgirls,” “Tropic Thunder”, “Avengers: Endgame” and Disney’s “Disenchanted.” She has guest co-hosted “The View”, “The Talk”, “The Real”, “Access Hollywood”, and “The Talking Dead”, and has moderated numerous panels in the famed Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con. She’s produced Disney’s “The Big Fib”, and SyFy’s “Cosplay Melee” and she is also a 2020 NAACP Image Award Nominated writer for “Always A Bridesmaid” – the Romantic Comedy she penned and Executive Produced that is streaming on Netflix and BET+. Yvette believes in philanthropy and civic engagement and she proudly sits on the National Boards of Donors Choose (where she is Vice-Chair), EMILY’s List, MPTF Next Gen, and SAG-AFTRA.

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