A Man in Full Netflix Cast

A Man in Full Netflix Cast
Netflix's limited drama series "A Man in Full," created by David E. Kelley and directed by Regina King and Thomas Schlamme, based on Tom Wolfe's novel of the same name, was released on May 2, 2024, with a total of 6 episodes. The series received 52% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and 6.6 rating on IMDb. The top cast includes Jeff Daniels, Diane Lane, Bill Camp, Aml Ameen, Tom Pelphrey, Sarah Jones, William Jackson Harper, Lucy Liu, Jon Michael Hill and Chanté Adams.

Jeff Daniels (Charlie Croker)
He's the main guy in "A Man in Full". He's super rich and used to be a football star in college. But now, he's almost broke and wants to save his big business empire.

Diane Lane (Martha Croker) 
She used to be married to Charlie Croker in the show.

Bill Camp (Harry Zale) 
He's the big boss at a bank and is Charlie's enemy.

Aml Ameen (Roger White) 
He's Charlie's lawyer.

Tom Pelphrey (Raymond Peepgrass) 
He's Charlie's friend who works for Harry Zale. He's a low-level worker and has lots of problems in his life.

Sarah Jones (Serena Croker)
 
She's Charlie's current wife.

William Jackson Harper (Wes Jordan) 
He's the cool mayor of Atlanta.

Lucy Liu (Joyce Newman) 
She's Martha's friend and owns a company that makes clean beauty products.

Jon Michael Hill (Conrad Hensley) 
He works for Charlie's company and gets into trouble with the law.

Chanté Adams (Jill Hensley)
 
She's Charlie's assistant and is married to Conrad. She's also pregnant.



"A Man in Full" is about a guy named Charlie Croker, who's a big shot in Atlanta's real estate scene. But suddenly, he's facing serious money problems and lots of people are trying to take advantage of his downfall. The show has six episodes, and it can be intense because there are lots of different stories happening all at once. But the main story follows Charlie, played by Daniels, who's having a really tough time. His company is going under, he's got pressure from politicians and his family, and he's trying to keep things together. There's also a court case, some sneaky bankers, and a messy election going on.

Daniels is great as Charlie. He's big and imposing, and he makes you feel all the ups and downs Charlie goes through. Even though Charlie can be a bit of a jerk, Daniels shows us the softer side of him too. The other characters, like the bankers played by Bill Camp and Tom Pelphrey, are just as intense and slimy as Charlie. They all bring their own energy to the story.

But even though the acting is good, I felt like the show was missing something. When it ended, I didn't feel much. It's like we only saw a tiny bit of Charlie's life, and it didn't leave a big impression. The theme of living with passion is interesting, but it doesn't make up for the emptiness I felt at the end. There has a lot of adult stuff in there like sex, swearing, and violence.

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