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Tech & Science A Penn Badgley lookalike reenacts scenes from "You" on TikTok

20:25  13 may  2020
20:25  13 may  2020 Source:   vanityfair.fr

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  Un sosie de Penn Badgley rejoue des scènes de « You » sur TikTok © Provided by Vanity Fair

Fans feel like reliving scenes from the series Netflix by Greg Berlanti and Will be Gamble on TikTok . Actor and musician Rico Lebron looks very much like Joe, the manager of a New York bookstore played by Penn Badgley . The young man decided to play it and recreated some of the most cult moments and monologues in the series on Tik Tok.

In legend of a video repeating a passage from season 2 , he even adds: "I should have auditioned".

@ rico.lebron

I should have auditioned. ## joegoldberg ## foryou ## fyp ## acting ## netflix @netflix

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Rico Lebron told Insider that he had none reality not seen the thriller Netflix, even if he knew Adwin Brown , who plays Calvin in season 2. It is therefore according to him simply the insistence of the fans of the series on his resemblance to Penn Badgley who l 'prompted to imitate certain scenes.

Finally the one who is also compared to the musician John Mayer told the magazine that he would nevertheless like to be recognized for what he really is: "It's cool that many people are excited by [the similarities], but I am also an actor and I would like to make my career in television and cinema - hoping to find roles of my own. »

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