‘The Equalizer’: Who’s in the Cast of Queen Latifah’s New Show?

The Fairness A reboot, by Queen Latifah, is expected to appear for CBS soon. Here are some of the contents of the team.

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah |  Kevin Mazur / WireImage
Queen Latifah | Kevin Mazur / WireImage

Queen Latifah, best known for her music course, will play the main character Robin McCall. Queen Latifah made her film debut in 1991 Jungle Fever, in which she played the character LaShawn. That same year, she played Zora in House Party 2.

In 1993, Queen Latifah joined a team Living single. She was the main character of Khadijah James until 1998. From 2013 to 2015, she held her own concert, with the title Exhibition of Queen Latifah. She is also famous for her roles in Star, Girls Tour, Mad money, Last Holiday, Bringing down the house, and Beauty Shop.

Chris Noth

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Chris Noth | Marc Piasecki / Getty Images

Chris Noth plays William Bishop. One of Noth’s early acting roles was in the 1981 film Server! The following year, Noth appeared in the film Smithereens. In 1985, he starred in Jimmy in four episodes of the daytime drama Another world. Noth is also famous for his roles in Law & Order, Feis and the City, and The Good Wife.

Liza Lapira

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Liza Lapira | John Lamparski / WireImage

Liza Lapira plays Melody “Mel” Bayani. Lapira made her acting debut in the 1999 episode of the television series Law & Order entitled “Wander Lust.” She played three different characters (server, tech forensics, and a character named Rebecca Chang) in six different shows from 1999 to 2007. Lapira made her film debut in 2000 film Autumn in New York, by Richard Gere and Wynona Ryder.

In 2004, Lapira joined the team of the television series Huff. She played Maggie Del Rosario from 2004 to 2006. After she stopped Huff, she started playing Agent Michelle Lee on it NCIS. Lapira remained in this position for 12 events until 2008.

Adam Goldberg

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Adam Goldberg | Brent N. Clarke / FilmMagic

Adam Goldberg plays Harry Keshegian. Goldberg began his first acting in a program in 1990 Women’s Design entitled “Class Act.” After that, he appeared in the 1991 program of Murphy Brown entitled “Q&A on FYI.”

Goldberg made his film debut in 1992 Saturday night, in which he played the role of Eugene Gimbel. Goldberg is also known for his roles in God set me up, Taken, and An $ treet.

Lorraine Toussaint

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Lorraine Toussaint God Dipasupil / Getty Images

Lorraine Toussaint made her 1983 debut in the TV movie The Rage Face, in which she played the character Stendah. In 1988, she was given a place on the daytime drama One life to live.

Toussaint made her 1989 film debut Breaking in. She is also famous for her roles in Where I live, Any day now, Crossing Jordan, Saving grace, Forever, and Rosewood.

Layla DeLeon Hayes

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Layla DeLeon Hayes | David Livingston / Getty Images

Layla DeLeon Hayes plays Delilah. One of Hayes’ early roles as a voice actor was for 2009 League of Legends video game, in which she spoke to the character Rell. In 2013, Hayes played Taryn Davis in a program of Anatomy Gray entitled “Thriller.”

Hayes started her first film in the film Sister Code, in which she played the Young Lavae. The following year, she appeared in a program of Baile Cougar. Hayes is also known for his roles in Doc McStuffins, Kung Fu Panda: The paws of Destiny, Home of the Raven, and Live and Maddie.

Product Kittles

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Product Kittles | Images of Maria Moratti / Contigo / Getty

Tory Kittles will play Detective Marcus Dante. Kittles had one of his early acting roles in a 1999 film Instinct. The next year, he came to work again Absolutely nothing, in which he played Marcus # 2. That same year, he appeared in his second film, Tigerland. Kittles is also known for his roles in Son of Anarchy, True Detector, and Colony.

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