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Atlanta is an American comedy-drama television series created by Donald Glover for FX that premiered on September 6, 2016,[4] and has been renewed for a third and fourth season, scheduled to air in 2021.[5] It stars Glover as Earnest "Earn" Marks, a college dropout who takes charge of his cousin Alfred's (Brian Tyree Henry) rap career as "Paper Boi", and follows the pair as they navigate the Atlanta rap scene. It also stars Lakeith Stanfield and Zazie Beetz.
Atlanta has received critical acclaim and various accolades, including two Golden Globe Awards for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy and Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy for Glover, and two Primetime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series. Glover's Emmy for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series was the first ever awarded to an African-American, and his work as the series' writer and executive producer has received praise.
The series follows Earn (Donald Glover) during his daily life in Atlanta, Georgia, as he tries to redeem himself in the eyes of his ex-girlfriend, who is the mother of his daughter, as well as his parents and his cousin Alfred (Brian Tyree Henry), who raps under the stage name "Paper Boi". Having dropped out of Princeton University, Earn has no money and no home and consequently alternates between staying with his parents and his girlfriend. Once he realizes that his cousin is on the verge of stardom, he desperately seeks to reconnect to improve his life and the life of his daughter, Lottie.

Cast and characters


  • Donald Glover as Earnest "Earn" Marks, an early-30 something Princeton dropout turned manager trying to get his cousin Paper Boi's rap career off the ground. Earn is cynical and highly intelligent, yet often makes reckless decisions. He struggles with intermittent homelessness and poverty throughout the show.
  • Brian Tyree Henry as Alfred "Paper Boi" Miles, Earn's cousin, and up-and-coming rapper from a low-income community, who exhibits signs of depression and moral dilemma while navigating his newfound fame as "Paper Boi".
  • Lakeith Stanfield as Darius Epps, Alfred's eccentric right-hand man and visionary. He is a first-generation Nigerian-American, and gun enthusiast.
  • Zazie Beetz as Vanessa Keefer, Earn's on-again-off-again girlfriend and the mother of their daughter Lottie. Van is a former grade school science teacher. She is a biracial Afro-German woman from Helen, Georgia and fluent in German.

Guest and recurring roles

Introduced in season 1

  • Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Raleigh Marks, Earn's father and Alfred's uncle.
  • Myra Lucretia Taylor as Gloria Marks, Earn's mother and Alfred's aunt. Also appears in the Robbin' Season episode "FUBU."
  • Harold House Moore as Swiff, a co-worker of Earn's.
  • Griffin Freeman as Dave, an acquaintance of Earn's who works at a prominent radio station and the significant other of Van's childhood friend Christina. Also appears in the Robbin' Season episode "Helen."
  • Brandon Hirsch as Devyonne Johnson, a famous actor who resides in the Atlanta area. Also appears in the Robbin' Season episode "Champagne Papi."
  • Emmett Hunter as Ahmad White, a mysterious being who appears to Earn and airs strange advertisements on television.
  • Cranston Johnson as Deshawn, Alfred's friend and confidante.
  • Lucius Baston as Chris, a shady club promoter who tries to swindle Earn and Alfred.
  • Alano Miller as Franklin Montague, a pretentious talk-show host who dislikes Alfred.
  • Niles Stewart as Antoine Smalls, a young black man who identifies as a 35-year-old white man named Harrison Booth.
  • Freddie Kuguru as Zan, a chauvinistic internet personality who antagonizes Alfred.
  • Austin Crute as a fictionalized, African-American version of Justin Bieber, who is portrayed as an obnoxious and extremely popular teen pop star. Bieber is a real person, but, as is shown, did not play himself.
  • Offset, Quavo, and Takeoff as the Migos, Alfred's drug suppliers.

Introduced in Robbin' Season

  • Khris Davis as Tracy, Alfred's recently paroled friend who is currently staying on their couch. He and Earn often clash. Tracy beats Earn in a fight leaving the latter bruised and in a daze in "North of the Border."
  • RJ Walker as Clark County, an egotistical, commercialized rapper that Alfred befriends. Darius and Earn view him as an industry plant.
  • Matthew Barnes as Lucas, Clark's well-connected manager.
  • Katt Williams as Willie, Alfred and Earn's uncle who has a run-in with the cops. He owns an alligator named Coach, which is the reason for his nickname, "Alligator Man."
  • Robert Powell as Bibby, Alfred's flakey barber.
  • Derrick J. Haywood as Benny Hope, a reclusive pianist who Darius attempts to buy a piano from. His brother, Teddy Perkins, was the main antagonist of his titular episode and was played by Donald Glover himself in whiteface.
  • Kevin Waterman as Florida Man, a sinister entity, referred to by Darius as an “Alt-right Johnny Appleseed,” who commits a variety of strange crimes in Florida as part of a plot to keep black voters out.
  • Michael Vick as himself, an ex-NFL quarterback who challenges club-goers in "Money Bag Shawty" to foot races against himself. He beats Earn in a race after Earn fails to prove he can stunt.
  • Jerusha Cavazos as Violet, a college girl who has an obsessive crush on Alfred.
  • Tim Johnson as Prescott, a frat boy with a fondness for hazing, with whom the characters cross paths. He is a fan of Alfred's and an avid fan of trap music.

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