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Romeo!

Romeo!
The main characters from seasons 2-3,
from left Jodi, Louis, Romeo, Myra, Gary, Angeline and Percy (top row)
Genre Teen sitcom
Created by Fracaswell Hyman
Thomas W. Lynch
Percy Miller
Starring Romeo
Master P
Erica O'Keith
Noel Callahan
Zachary Isaiah Williams
Natashia Williams
Victoria Jackson
Brittney Wilson
Country of origin United States
Canada
No. of seasons 3
No. of episodes 53 (list of episodes)
Production
Executive producer(s) Matt Dearborn
Thomas W. Lynch
Percy Miller
Location(s) Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Tom Lynch Company
P. Miller Collection
Nickelodeon Productions
Release
Original channel Nickelodeon
Original release September 14, 2003 (2003-09-14) – July 23, 2006 (2006-07-23)

Romeo! is an American/Canadian television series that aired on Nickelodeon from 2003 to 2006, totaling 53 episodes. The filming was done in Vancouver, British Columbia, while the show takes place in Seattle, Washington.

Reruns occasionally aired on Nickelodeon, CBS, BET and The N until December 26, 2008.

Contents

  • Premise 1
  • Cast 2
    • Main cast 2.1
    • Recurring cast 2.2
  • Episodes 3
  • External links 4

Premise

Romeo Miller raps in a band called The Romeo Show along with three of his siblings. His father, who is a record producer, provides guidance, along with Romeo's stepmother and nanny.

Cast

Main cast

  • Lil' Romeo as Romeo "Ro" Miller, the mischievous main character and leader of the family band ("The Romeo Show"). Romeo plays basketball and raps with the "The Romeo Show".
  • Master P as Percy Miller, the father of Romeo and his siblings who was widowed in his first marriage and works as a big-time record producer. Percy is warm and loving, though sometimes strict, toward his children.
  • Erica O'Keith as Jodi Miller, the former lead singer of the band who is currently in college. The oldest sibling in the family, Jodi excels in school and has many friends. Jodi can be somewhat arrogant and controlling, but ultimately loves her siblings.
  • Noel Callahan as Louis Testaverde, the adopted brother of Romeo and his other siblings, who's the same age as Romeo. Louis plays keyboard for the band. The Millers adopted Louis as their son sometime before the start of the show, but they love him deeply and treat him as their own son/brother, and he has quickly become Romeo's best friend. Louis is generally more cautious than Romeo.
  • Zachary Isaiah Williams as Gary Miller, the second youngest of the Miller siblings, who does the turntables for the band. Williams also had played Lil' Romeo's brother in the film Honey
  • Natashia Williams as Angeline "Angie" Eckert-Miller (season 2-3), Percy's second wife and the stepmother of Romeo, Jodi, Gary and Louis. Angeline's a kind, intelligent and loving woman who treats Jodi and the boys like they were her own children, and is also skilled at interpreting the emotions of the Millers. Angeline is also an architect.
  • Victoria Jackson as Marie Rogers (season 1), the Miller's eccentric nanny who formerly worked for a circus.
  • Morris Smith as Bobby Miller, the youngest Miller child who's the half-sibling to Jodi and the boys. Angeline became pregnant with Bobby soon after she and Percy got married, and he was born in the season 3 episode, "Baby on Board!," a week before his due date. His nickname is "Big Bobby."

Recurring cast

  • Brittney Wilson as Myra Strepp, Romeo's friend.
  • Simeon Taole as Riley Morrison (seasons 2+), Romeo's best friend.
  • Brittany Moldowan as Peyton Cruz (seasons 2+), Romeo's crush in Season 2.
  • Ashley Phillips as Ashley Phillips (seasons 2+), the new lead singer of the band who goes to Romeo's and Louis's school.
  • Lil' JJ as Jason Brooks (seasons 2+), Romeo's best friend.
  • Chris Brown as Hunter Boydan (season 2), Romeo's opponent in the talent show.

Episodes

Season Ep # First Airdate Last Airdate
Season 1 20 September 14, 2003 June 26, 2004
Season 2 20 August 28, 2004 May 8, 2005
Season 3 13 April 1, 2006 July 23, 2006

External links

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