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‘Emily in Paris’ Season 3 Cast: Who’s in the New Season?

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Emily in Paris season 3 is coming back to Netflix this week. There are a lot of new cast mates joining this latest season.

Emily in Paris season 3 returning cast members

The cast of Emily in Paris season 3 is coming back. It includes Lily Collins as the titular Emily Cooper. French actress Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu will also return as Sylvie, and the talented singer Ashley Park will play the role of Mindy Chen. Lucas Bravo and Camille Razat will return as Gabriel and Camille, respectively.

Lucien Laviscount, who plays Alfie, has been promoted to series regular status for this new season. The last time we saw Alfie, he was leaving Paris to return to London after finishing a job, but now that he’s a regular, we can expect that he’ll find a way to return to Paris full-time.

The full list of the returning cast members of the new season is given below:

Lily Collins as Emily Cooper
Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie
Ashley Park as Mindy Chen
Lucas Bravo as Gabriel
Camille Razat as Camille
Lucien Laviscount as Alfie
Samuel Arnold as Julien
Bruno Gouery as Luc
William Abadie as Antoine Lambert

Emily in Paris season 3 new cast members

This new season of Emily in Paris involves a few new faces as well. Greek actress Melia Kreiling has joined the cast in the role of an artist named Sofia Sideris. Actor Paul Forman plays Nicolas de Léon, the crowned prince of the luxury marketing firm JVMA. Pierre Deny has entered the cast as Nicolas’ father and the JVMA head, Louis de Léon.

For Emily In Paris’s Spoilers please refer to our website.

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