Paul Yen has joined the cast of 'Power Book III: Raising Kanan'.

Paul Yen (Little Fires Everywhere) has been cast to appear in the upcoming third season of Starz's Power Book III: Raising Kanan. 

He will be playing the character Quân in a recurring role. The show will be back with brand new episodes on December 1. . 

Amidst heightened emotions and significant consequences, the show makes its way back to Southside Jamaica, Queens after the Season 2 finale. 

The family finds itself in a state of turmoil, still recovering from the Mob's well-coordinated attack on Raquel, Marvin, and Lou-Lou.

 In Season 3, Kanan is faced with the challenge of navigating the complexities of morality. Good and evil. Commitment and betrayal. And he is not the only one. The Thomas family members are faced with a profound existential crisis that deeply questions their sense of self. 

 Whether it's Marvin, who is still striving for redemption, or Raq, who is finally being honest, or Lou, who is grappling with his own darkness, or Jukebox, who is simply seeking liberation from her family's troubles, they are all in the process of redefining and reinventing themselves.

 Not everyone will be able to complete this deeply personal quest, but for those who do, the destination may uncover a truly chilling secret.

 There is a lack of absolutes when it comes to determining what is right or wrong, or what is good or evil. It is important to consider that there are no absolutes. Ultimately, there is only you. 

The cast of Raising Kanan includes Omar Epps, London Brown, Malcolm Mays, Hailey Kilgore, Joey Bada$$, Shanley Caswell, Tony Danza, and Antonio Ortiz. 

 We are pleased to announce that Yen will be welcoming Wendell Pierce, Erika Woods, and Grantham Coleman as new additions this season.

 Yen recently had the opportunity to work alongside Kerry Washington and Reese Witherspoon on the Hulu mini-series Little Fires Everywhere, where they had a guest star recurring role.

 Additionally, some of the other TV shows I've been a part of include The Rookie, MacGyver, Black Jesus, Magnum P.I., How to Get Away With Murder, Bosch, Silicon Valley, and Young Sheldon.

He portrayed the lead role in Qui Nguyen's Vietgone, which resulted in a nomination for Best Lead Actor from the LA Drama Critics Circle in 2018. 

Yen is represented by CESD and Authentic Talent & Literary Management. 


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