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Margaret Cho And More Join Peyton Elizabeth Lee In Disney+ Teen Rom-Com “Prom Pact”

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More casting has been revealed for the upcoming Disney+ movie titled “Prom Pact.”

Margaret Cho, Blake Draper, Monique Green, Arica Himmel, Jason Sakaki, and David S. Jung have all joined the rom-com led by Doogie Kamealoha, M.D. star Peyton Elizabeth Lee.

Below are details provided about the characters they will portray in the film courtesy of Deadline.

In the teen romantic comedy, it’s the height of prom season, and high school senior Mandy Yang (Lee) and her best friend and fellow outsider Ben (Manheim) are surrounded by over-the-top ’80s-themed Promposals. However, Mandy keeps her eyes focused on a different goal: her lifelong dream of attending Harvard. When she finds out that she has been put on the waitlist, she is determined to do whatever she can do to get herself accepted, even if that means asking for help from the one person she abhors – popular all-star jock Graham Lansing (Draper), whose father is a powerful senator and Harvard alum. Once Mandy becomes Graham’s tutor, she begins to realize there’s more to him than she thought and perhaps something more to life than Harvard.

Cho will play Ms. Chen, a sarcastic counselor with a great sense of humor and quick wit who helps Mandy with her attempts to get into Harvard. Green has been cast as popular cheerleader LaToya, with Himmel and Sakaki as Mandy’s close friends Zenobia and Charles, and Jung as her dad, Tom.

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