8 Amazing Bodies of Ginny & Georgia Stars
Ginny & Georgia has taken the Netflix world by storm since its premiere in 2021, quickly becoming one of the most talked-about shows on the platform. The show's second season, which was released earlier this year, continued to captivate audiences with its intriguing storyline. This series revolves around a family that relocates to an affluent town following the death of their mother's husband. However, their past secrets resurface to haunt them, setting the stage for a thrilling and emotionally charged narrative. Now, let's delve into the lives and fascinating insights of some of the talented stars from Ginny & Georgia.
Brianne Howey plays Georgia Miller on the show. She revealed in an interview with Shape Magazine that she loves to go on walks. "Walking to run errands to me feels amazing or getting up to go grab a coffee around the corner," says Howey. "Then, maybe even just sitting in the park for a second to take a beat mentally and emotionally and walking back home physically checks off all the boxes, [for staying active]."
Antonia Gentry plays Ginny Miller on the show. She shared her skincare routine with Byrdie. "I wash my face, moisturize with a serum, use a cream moisturizer, and then apply sunscreen. I love La Roche-Posay and Caudalie products. I've also recently added retinol to my routine, so if I remember at night, I'll put it on before I go to bed. I can't do much more than that."
Felix Mallard plays Marcus Baker on the show. He talked about being in the public eye and dealing with social media with American Studies. "The world of social media and all of that stuff only has the meaning that you ascribe to it. You can either live or die on those numbers or you can be appreciative and know what it is. It's not my whole world and there's a whole life outside of that. I do try and stay off it as much as possible just because those apps are designed like slot machines, literally they're meant to keep you scrolling. I try to just engage with it when I can and when I can handle it. All of this to say, I'm super grateful people are watching the show and that it's resonating with so many. It's incredible."
Sara Waisglass plays Max Baker on the show. She revealed her favorite way to unwind with Buzzfeed. "I take way too many baths," Waisglass said. "Like, way too many. There was a point this winter where I was taking, like, five a day. So, that's my guilty pleasure. Sweet, simple, me time."
Raymond Ablack plays Joe on the show. He talked about being a representation for his community with PopCulturePlanet. "It's innate because it's who I am. You're just automatically bringing who you are, my Indo-Guyanese culture, to whatever role I'm cast in. So there are all those characters, all those people, [who] are going to have some element of that because I can't not give that."
Katie Douglas plays Abby on the show. She talks about what roles she enjoys playing in an interview with ELLE. "Moving forward, after playing such dark haunting characters, I think it would feel very freeing to do something comedic. With that being said I choose roles for many different reasons. My heart lies in the drama and the angst; it's how I love to move people."
Vinessa Antoine joined the show in season two as Simone. She talked about her fitness journey with Soap Opera Digest. "I got an old-school Jane Fonda workout tape from the '80s and it worked really, really well. It was challenging! Between YouTube and all the exercise DVDs you can order online for under $20, it's very easy to pop in a DVD, move your coffee table over, throw down a yoga mat and get 15, 20 or 30 minutes in. Doing it for 15 to 30 minutes in the comfort of your own home and jumping in the shower after, you feel like, 'Okay, that's a start!'"
Alex Mallari Jr.
Alex Mallari Jr. plays the recurring role of Gabriel Cordova. He also played Four on Dark Matter, and talked about training for it with Three If By Space. "I decided to go vegan on top of the intense workout regimen and schedule I had for myself. That said, it was for the character. I have a vision of how I want Four to look and I also want to be more athletic so that I can do more in the fight and training sequences."