You're Definitely Going to Be Obsessed with the Cast and Characters of "Emily in Paris"

Tamara Fuentes
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Photo credit: STEPHANIE BRANCHU - Netflix
Photo credit: STEPHANIE BRANCHU - Netflix

From Seventeen

Get your croissants and berets ready, because it's time to head off to Paris. Netflix's latest series, Emily in Paris, takes us to the city of lights as Emily tries to her find her footing while balancing her brand new job at the marketing firm Savant. And if you think this show is all about work and no play, then you're absolutely wrong. From hot flings to complicated love triangles, this show is everything that you've ever wanted in a Netflix series. Thanks to creator and writer Darren Star, who also gave us Sex and the City and Younger, you're not only going to fall in love with these characters, but also the actors that bring them to life. So whether you just started the series or you're already crossing your fingers for another season, you are definitely going to want to know these faces.

Here are the cast and characters of Netflix's Emily in Paris.

Lily Collins as Emily Cooper

Emily is an American marketing assistant who gets the chance of the lifetime when she gets asked to go to Paris for work. She often clashes with her new co-workers due to her very American lifestyle, but she always tries to prove herself even when they're not sure her plans would be successful.

Lily Collins is known for playing Clary in The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones and Elizabeth Kendall in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile.

Lucas Bravo as Gabriel

Gabriel is Emily's hot new neighbor who lives in the floor below her. The two meet when Emily accidentally mistakes his door for hers and he tries to help her when her lack of French causes her some trouble. He works as a chef in the restaurant down the street and dreams of owning his own place one day.

Emily in Paris is Lucas's first starring television role and he previously appeared in Plus belle la vie and T.O.C.

Ashley Park as Mindy Chen

Mindy is one of Emily's brand new friends in Paris. She is a nanny who originally came to Paris to study business, but decided to go against her parents and make her own life.

Ashley Park is a Tony-nominated actress known for her roles on Broadway. She previously starred in the musical Mean Girls as Gretchen Weiners and MwE in the Ars Nova production of KPop.

Camille Razat as Camille

Camille is a total Paris it-girl who helps runs a gallery in the city. She is Gabriel's girlfriend and quickly becomes friends with Emily after a chance encounter.

Camille is known for her roles as Lea Morel in the French mini-series The Disappearance.

Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu as Sylvie

Sylvie is Emily's new boss in Paris. She is a no-nonsense person who believes that Emily is too naive and American to understand French culture. She tries to set up a plan to get her to leave or quit.

Philippine is known for her role in the French series Call My Agent!.

Samuel Arnold as Julien

Julien is one of Emily's new co-workers. While he agrees that Emily doesn't have a strong understanding of French culture, he tries to help her get on Sylvie's good side while also being real with her about what she does wrong.

This is Samuel's first starring television role. He previously appeared in the filmed version of National Theatre Live: Antony & Cleopatra.

Bruno Gouery as Luc


Luc is another one of Emily's new co-workers. He is a lot more eccentric than the others and does not have a filter when it comes to his opinions. Despite not being open to Emily at first, he starts to open up to her as time goes on.

Bruno previously appeared in Double Je and Alphonse Président.

William Abadie as Antoine Lambert

Antoine is one of Savant's clients. He has a complicated relationship with Sylvie and he is cheating on his wife with her, which also causes further problems in their professional relationship.

William Abadie is a known stage and screen actor. He appeared as Roman in Gossip Girl and Alan Bernard in Homeland.

Arnaud Viard as Paul Brossard

Paul is the owner of Savant. While he isn't 100 percent happy with Emily coming to Paris, he is a lot more welcoming than the rest of the group.

Arnaud wrote and starred in Paris, Love, Cut and played Jean-François in Que du bonheur.

Jean-Christophe Bouvet as Pierre Cadault

Photo credit: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff - Getty Images
Photo credit: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff - Getty Images

Pierre Cadault is a prominent French designer known for his yearly French Fashion Week show. He fears he's becoming an old name in fashion and tries to prove that he deserves to stay.

Jean-Christophe is an actor, director, and writer known for his roles as Duc de Choiseul in Marie Antoinette.

Charles Martins as Mathieu

Photo credit: STEPHANIE BRANCHU - Netflix
Photo credit: STEPHANIE BRANCHU - Netflix

Mathieu is Pierre's nephew who is also the heir to his company. He is Pierre's right hand man and will do anything possible to make sure that he is able to create the best designs, even if it means finding other ways to convince him to do things.

Charles previously appeared in Versailles and Sex and The City.

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