Marry Me Cast & Character Guide | Screen Rant

Marry Me cast and character guide. Marry Me is one of the many films that was set to release in 2021, but got delayed due to the global pandemic. The film — a romantic comedy directed by Kat Coiro from a screenplay by John Rogers, Tami Sagher, and Harper Dill — releases simultaneously in theaters and on the Peacock streaming service.

Marry Me follows Kat Valdez, a singer who is set to marry the love of her life and frequent on-stage partner, Bastian. However, when she realizes he’s been cheating on her on their wedding day (which is being streamed live), Kat gets spontaneous and chooses to marry Charlie Gilbert, picking him from the crowd during her concert.

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The film is led by Jennifer Lopez (who has starred in plenty of romantic comedies), and she's joined by an all-star cast. Here is everyone in the cast of Marry Me, which characters they’re playing, and in what projects you’ve seen the actors before.

Jennifer Lopez stars as Katalina “Kat” Valdez, a pop singer who is engaged to singer Bastian, but who decides to marry someone not famous after a turn of events. Kat is portrayed by Jennifer Lopez, who herself is a singer and actress. She’s best known for her roles in What to Expect When You’re Expecting, The Cell, Selena, Monster-in-Law, Maid in Manhattan, The Wedding Planner, Enough, the TV series Shades of Blue, and the critically-acclaimed film Hustlers.

Charlie Gilbert is a divorced single father and middle school math teacher who accepts Kat’s abrupt proposal. Charlie is played by Owen Wilson, who is famous for his roles in the Marvel Disney+ series Loki, The French DispatchWedding Crashers, Zoolander, Night at the Museum, The Internship, Meet the Parents, Marley & Me, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Armageddon.

Bastian (whose full name is Sebastian) is a singer and Kat’s ex-fiancé and long-time collaborator. Bastian is played by Maluma, who is also a singer in real life who has worked with Jennifer Lopez on various songs. Marry Me marks Maluma’s first live-action feature film, with his other film credit being voicing Mariano in the animated Disney film Encanto. Maluma also does the narration for the Spanish-speaking series Mi Selección Colombia.

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Lou Gilbert is Charlie’s 12-year-old daughter who is part of the mathletes at school. Lou is played by Chloe Coleman, who has appeared in Gunpowder Milkshake, My Spy, Big Little Lies, and the Amazon series Upload. Coleman will next appear in the highly-anticipated James Cameron sequel Avatar 2.

Sarah Silverman as Parker Debbs - Parker Debbs is a middle school guidance counselor and a friend of Charlie’s. Parker is played by Sarah Silverman, who is best known for her roles in Wreck-It Ralph and its sequel Ralph Breaks the Internet, School of Rock, and was a cast member on Saturday Night Live in the early 1990s. Silverman also starred in The Sarah Silverman Program, Bob’s Burgers, and Masters of Sex. She also appeared in the Andy Samberg's Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping.

John Bradley as Collin Calloway - Collin is Kat’s manager and he’s played by John Bradley, who is best known for his role as Samwell Tarly in HBO’s Game of Thrones. Bradley most recently starred in Roland Emmerich’s disaster movie Moonfall alongside Patrick Wilson and Halle Berry, and has appeared in The Brothers Grimsby, Merlin, and Shameless.

Michelle Buteau as Melissa - Melissa is Kat’s assistant who is always streaming to social media. She’s played by Michelle Buteau, who is known for the TV series First Wives Club and Bless the Harts. Buteau has also been in other romcoms like Always Be My Maybe, Happiest Season, and the Rebel Wilson romcom Isn’t It Romantic.

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Stephen Wallem as Jonathan Pitts - Jonathan Pitts is also a teacher at the middle school where Charlie works. Stephen Wallem is best known for Nurse Jackie, and has also appeared in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and The Resident.

Jimmy Fallon as himself - Late night host Jimmy Fallon plays a version of himself in Marry Me, constantly critiquing and poking fun at Kat and her love life. Fallon is a veteran of Saturday Night Live, and has acted in comedies like Taxi and Fever Pitch. He now hosts Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.

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