Meet the Cast of ‘The Equalizer Season 4 Episode 5’ (PHOTOS)

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The Equalizer is an American Drama-Thriller TV Series (2021–Present). The Equalizer Season 4 Episode 5 cast: Queen Latifah, Adam Goldberg, Tory Kittles. This Episode premieres Sunday, March 24 on CBS.

What is The Equalizer About:

Reimagining the iconic show of the same name. CBS’ The Equalizer Queen Latifah is a starring role for Robyn McCall, a mysterious woman who utilizes her unique capabilities as an ex-CIA agent to aid people with no recourse. Robyn’s private work and private life came into conflict when her smart-looking daughters Delilah (Laya Delilah Hayes) and her aunt Vi (Lorraine Toussaint) found out about her secret love of reading as a watchdog for her.

The Equalizer will pick up the suspenseful conclusion of its predecessor, and show the extent to which Robyn can avenge Mason’s murder of William. In addition, it will examine the shifts in Delilah and Robyn’s relationship.

The show’s maker, its authors, and the imaginative control staff pick the perfect lady to be the star. Her awareness of what’s actually funny, disposition, and how her person reacts to the scene circumstances have been getting high watcher considerations. John Reese (Person of Interest) and Robyn (The Equalizer) make them think in like manner they are ex CIA and have diligent abilities.

Who is The Equalizer Season 4 Episode 5 cast member

Queen Latifah As Robyn McCall

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She is a multi-talented American entertainer who is known by her contribution to film, music television, entrepreneurship and music. Queen Latifah started her professional career during the latter part of the 1980s as a hip-hop rapper and artist. She became famous with the release of her first album “All Hail the Queen” (1989) featuring the smash hit track “Ladies First.” She kept releasing hit albums that received high praise and several Grammy nominations. Her music frequently focused on issues of social justice and female empowerment.

Latifah has enjoyed a successful acting career that spans TV and film. She made her debut film appearance with “Jungle Fever” (1991) directed by Spike Lee. Her most memorable movie roles are “Set It Off” (1996), “Chicago” (2002). Latifah was also the founder of her own label called Flavor Unit Records, through which she has signed and promoted a variety of artists.

Tory Kittles As Marcus Dante

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He is an American actor who is known for his roles in television and film. Tory Kittles began his acting career in the latter half of 1990s, with guest appearances on TV shows like “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “ER.” Kittles has played memorable roles on TV as well. He was the lead character of Inspector Thomas Papania in the first season of HBO’s critically-acclaimed show “True Detective” (2014). He was also a part of shows such as “Sons of Anarchy,” “Colony,” and “The Equalizer.”

Kittles has been featured in a myriad of films of various genres. He was noticed for his performance as James “Big Cat” Williams in the film “Next” (2007) which starred Nicolas Cage. He has also been featured in films like “Get Rich or Die Tryin'” (2005), “Olympus Has Fallen” (2013) as well as its follow-up “London Has Fallen” (2016) and “London Has Fallen” (2016) among others.

Adam Goldberg As Harry Keshegian

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He is an American actor as well as director, producer and musician well-known for his diverse contributions to television, film and music. Adam Goldberg began his acting career in the mid 1990s, with a variety of roles in independent films and TV shows. He became famous for his performance in films such as “Dazed and Confused” (1993) as well as “Higher Learning” (1995).

The breakout role of Goldberg came from the movie “Saving Private Ryan” (1998) written by Steven Spielberg, where he played the role of the character of Private Stanley Mellish. His performance in the critically acclaimed film has earned him a wide-ranging acclaim. Alongside performing, Adam Goldberg has directed and produced TV and film shows. He composed directed, directed and starred in the movie “I Love Your Work” (2003) and has also directed episodes from television shows like “The Goldbergs” and “Schooled.”

Liza Lapira As Melody ‘Mel’ Bayani

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She is an accomplished American actress who is known for her roles in films, television and theatre. Liza Lapira began her acting career in the late 2000s, appearing in TV shows like “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “S@x and the City,” and ER.

Lapira has played a variety of roles in TV series. She is perhaps most well-known for her character of Ivy on”Traffic Light,” a comedy “Traffic Light” (2011) as well as Robin on the comedy drama show “Don’t Trust the B —- in Apartment 23” (2012-2013). She has also played regular roles on shows such as “Dexter,” “NCIS,” and “Dollhouse.”

Laya DeLeon Hayes As Delilah

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She is a promising young American actor who is well-known for her roles in television, film, as well as voice-acting. Laya DeLeon Hayes began her acting career at a young age. She began with small parts in TV shows and commercials. Other than her role as a character in “Doc McStuffins,” Hayes has contributed her voice to numerous animated projects. She has also voiced characters from animated series as well as films.

Hayes was recognized for her performance in the role for Doc McStuffins in the animated series “Doc McStuffins” (2014-2020). She was the title character, a girl who wants to become a doctor, garnered her praise and attracted an audience of kids and their families. She has been a guest on TV shows such as “Raven’s Home” and “Liv and Maddie.”

Lorraine Toussaint As Viola ‘Vi’ Marsette

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She is an incredibly admired American actress who is known for her enthralling performance in TV, film as well as in theater. Toussaint started her career as an actor in theatre, appearing in a variety of stage productions. She developed her craft, and was recognized for her skills within theater in New York theater scene.

Toussaint has played a variety of roles on television shows. She was widely praised for her role as Rene Jackson in the drama series “Any Day Now” (1998-2002) and for which she was praised by critics as well as numerous nominations for awards. She was also a part of shows such as “Law & Order,” “Ugly Betty,” “The Fosters,” “Orange Is the New Black,” and “Into the Badlands.”

Alain Uy As Matthew Bayani

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He is an American actor well-known for his roles in television and film. Alain Uy began his acting career in the late 2000s, with minor roles on TV series and short films. Although he isn’t yet an established actor, his performance has been praised by audiences and critics especially in independent and television.

Uy has been in numerous films of diverse genres. He received recognition for his character Dennis in the independent film “Paparazzi” (2004). He has also been featured in films like “Helicopter Mom” (2014), “Drive” (2019) as well as “The Paper Tigers” (2020) where he played the main part.

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