Brandon Micheal HallCourtney Rose
Brandon Micheal Hall was recently named one of Variety's Top Ten Television Stars to Watch for 2017. Brandon will next be seen starring in the title role of the ABC comedy "The Mayor," from executive producer Daveed Diggs. Hall is currently in production on the critically acclaimed TBS series "Search Party," created by Michael Showalter and Lily Burns.
On the feature side, Brandon wrapped one of the leads in "Monster Party," for Automatik, and will next be seen in the indie "Lez Bomb," opposite Bruce Dern.
While still a student at Juilliard, Hall landed the lead on the CBS pilot "LFE," opposite Melissa Leo. Since graduating, he has guest starred on the hit Comedy Central series "Broad City," Netflix's "The Characters," opposite Paul Downs, and A&E's "Unforgettable." On stage, he starred in the world premiere production of "Transfers," directed by Jackson Gay.
Hall has trained at the Juilliard Drama Division, the British American Drama Academy, and the South Carolina Governor School of the Arts and Humanities.
For years, young rapper Courtney Rose has toiled away in a small inner-city apartment, making music in his junk-filled bedroom closet. Tired of waiting for opportunity to knock, Courtney cooks up the publicity stunt of running for mayor to generate buzz for his music career. Courtney's charisma and outspoken optimism are what helped him get elected as the Mayor. Courtney has smarts, swagger and creativity, but has never worked a full-time job in his life. Luckily for him, he has the right people around him to shepherd his growth, both as a person and a politician.