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Storyline

Payton Hobart (Ben Platt), from Santa Barbara, California, is a wealthy student who has wanted to be the President of the United States since he was seven years old. But first he had to get through the most dangerous political hurdle of all: Saint Sebastian High School. In order to be the President of the Student Body, study at Harvard and continue on his path to extraordinary success, Payton has to outsmart his ruthless classmates without sacrificing his moral and carefully crafted image. Ryan Murphy's 'The Politician' is full of comedy and clever satire which is giving us a rare insight into how to be a politician.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 27, 2019

Also Known As: ザ・ポリティシャン, Le Politicien |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M, MA15+), Brazil (14) |  See more »

Genres

Company Credits

Production Co: Netflix, Ryan Murphy Productions

Cast

Macy Friday
as Chippy
Theo Wilson
as Anchor Steve Brock
Jeff Griggs
as Perkins #1
David Chen
as Roshambo Inmate
Cate Bottiglione
as Shelly Simmonds
Kevyn Bashore
as Wealthy Buyer
Natasha Ofili
as Principal Vaughn/Principal
Michael Graham
as Gaylord Nelson
Chris Kipiniak
as Bryce Edgmon
T.L. Flint
as Prisoner #2
Louis DeVaughn Nelson
as Election Audience Member
Zach Lewis
as Officer
Alix Elias
as Elderly Volunteer
Brandon Essig
as Voter
Miles Fisher
as Thad
Phoebe Amirault
as Student
Ken Holmes
as Victorian Townsman
Tiffany Carr
as Student
Rahne Jones
as Skye Leighton
Pàton Hardy
as Mary
Reed Rudy
as Alice's Father
Oliver Day
as Drama Student #3
Brooke Piedra
as High School Girl
Jackie Hoffman
as Sherry Dougal
Sky Soleil
as Officer McKay
Greg Crowe
as Older Man
Courtney Taylor Burness
as Hostess
Beshoy Mehany
as Jogger
Brett A. Jones
as Office Bodyguard #2
Gina Dunlap
as Cafe Hostess
Lex Laas
as Climate Change Activist
Henry Caicedo
as Lobsterman #1
Judith Light
as Dede Standish
Elise Luthman
as Shelley
Trey Eason
as Luther Hobart
Gustavo Escobar
as Kid in Store
Gwyneth Paltrow
as Georgina Hobart
C.G. Alexander
as Prisoner Playing Rochambeau
Bette Midler
as Hadassah Gold
Joel Bolus
as Drama Student #2
Ava Eisenson
as Riva Mandel
Albie Selznick
as Perkins #2
Graham Clarke
as Freddy
Evan Wasser
as Third Kid
Jay Dunigan
as Lobsterman #2
Theo Germaine
as James Sullivan
Krystin Goodwin
as Tiffany Albrecht
Jessica Nunez-Wood
as Oscars
Terry Sweeney
as Buddy Broidy
Kevin Mayr
as High School Student
Laura Patalano
as Lupe
Amber Efé
as Reporter
Bill Ricciardelli
as Debate Audience Member
Jasminn Johnson
as Intern
Gwyneth Anne Trumbore
as Student
Kim Berrios Lin
as Professor
James Waterston
Alveraz Ricardez
as Police Officer
Ben Platt
as Payton Hobart
Shannon Cabbell
as McAfee's Date
Alfredo Tavares
as Wedding Guest
Elizabeth Lambert
as Alice's Mom
Samantha Browne-Walters
as Rally Goer
Karen Braga
as Sway
Meghan Noone
as Mrs. Thomas Eagleton
Laura Hammer
as Park Parent
Michael W. Harley
as Fat Prisoner
Monica Steuer
as Reignbough
Sheldon Raymore
as Native American Cultural Consultant
Blaine Gray
as Ted Kennedy
George Field
as Restaurant Patron
Troy Blendell
as Mr. Happ
Devin Mroz
as Field Hockey Coach
Timothy Landfield
as Dr. Brandt
Mar Sudac
as Student
Isiah Adams
as Crewman
Michael Hartney
as Manager
Teddy Sears
as William
B.K. Cannon
as Chris/Kris
Tanner Thomason
as John Judson
Jake Tapper
as Jake Tapper
Jillian Peterson
as Board Member #4
Kerry Vera Lea
as Employee
Julia Schlaepfer
as Alice Charles
Laura Dreyfuss
as McAfee Westbrook
Kevin Gardner
as Mr. Hapswell
Pete Spano
as Pedestrian
Debby Gerber
as Nurse
Zehra Fazal
as Reporter
Luke Young
as Photographer
Namakula
as Reporter
Alexandra Tejeda Rieloff
as Poll Worker
Ian Unterman
as Other Reporter
Jeff Allen
as Thomas Eagleton
Joe Carroll
as David
Sophia Thomas
as Park Employee
Nandita Chandra
as Alka Shah
Jonathan M. Parisen
as Pedestrian
Caitlin Cooke
as Alice-Look-A-Like
Timothy Scott
as Student
Louise Bennett
as Nancy Grace-Type
Tommie Earl Jenkins
as Teacher
James Augustus Lee
as Prisoner #1
Tracey Ann-Marie Nelson
as Admin. Assistant
David L. Townsend
as James Alcorn
Andrew Haserlat
as Waiter
Eileen Grubba
as Angela
Robin Weigert
as Andi Mueller
Michael James Bell
as Asshole Guest
David J. Cork
as Franklin
AJ Achinger
as Derek
Benjamin Barrett
as Ricardo
Carrie Gibson
as Waitress
Tucker Brown
as 'Candidate' Jimmy McMillan
Rudy Pankow
as Other Kid
Penelope Kapudija
as Baby at Podium
Gina Gian
as Mother
Sam Jaeger
as Tino McCutcheon
Silvia Nicoloso
as Restaurant Patron
Tonya Canady
as Female Lawyer
Liv Mai
as Susan
Hesper Dominguez
as Drama Student #1
Doreen Calderon
as Librarian
Marsin Mogielski
as Climate Change Protester/Election Audience Member
Phoenix Carnevale
as Reporter #3
Luis Avila
as Amir
Mallory Ann Wu
as Taryn
Jordan Nichole Wall
as Ivy
Twinkle Burke
as Nurse
Elvis Mitchell
Lauryn Kennedy Hardy
as Girl Student
Irene Shamas
as Danni
Josh Hemphill
as Nurse
January Jones
as Lizbeth Sloan
Carla Barnett
as Nurse
Chris Flanders
as Walter Mondale
Sandra Landers
as Anna Whitcolm
Deepti Gupta
as Dr. Singh
David Horton
as Secret Service Agent
David Zachary Ortiz
as Kid
Josh Philip Weinstein
Rick Holmes
as Cooper
Sammy Busby
as Police Chief
Paloma Rabinov
as Trina
Jay Pennick
as Board Member #5
Morgan Montgomery
as Election Audience Member
Michele Aristy
as Astrid's Maid
Anthony Cipriani
as Prisoner
Tristan Griffan
as Nurse #2
Ryan J. Haddad
as Andrew Cashman
Natasha Wanigatunga
as Runway Model
Emma Kennedy
as Student #2
Jason Catron
as Firefighter #1
Andrew Patrick Ralston
as Dean Lawrence
Jordan Preston
as Polygraph Cop
Lucy Boynton
as Astrid Sloan
Dey Young
as Board Member #2
Daryl Edwards
as J. Tank Brown
Lawrence Ballard
Ty Chen
as Khai Zhi
Brian Nuesi
as High School Student
Justiin A. Davis
as Dabney
John Scott-Richardson
as Native American Chief
Lance DeSpain
as Self - Paint gang boss
Brad Griffith
as Auctioneer
Julieta Espinoza
as Hobart Maid
Karen Brundage
as Olive Garden Woman
Clark Carmichael
as Pat Carney
Ginew Benton
as Native American Protester
Richard Wharton
as Thomas
Laurissa Romain
as Cute Girl
Donna Pieroni
as Ms. Barbara
Joseph Runningfox
as Shaman George
Adam Wang
as Mr. Anselm
Dylan McDermott
as Theo Sloan
David Corenswet
as River Barkley
Sullivan Jones
as Hamilton
Tracy S. Lee
as Vicki
Suki Úna Rae
as Pedestrian
Stephen Urban
as Audience
Mitch Greenberg
as Male Patron
Nathan Howard
as Damien
Victoria Madden
as Debate Audience Member
Valerie Sue Love
as Waitress
Michael Simon Hall
as David Yancy
Chris Gann
as Office Bodyguard #1
Melvin Caldwell
as Monsignor
Jonathan Bray
as FBI Agent #2
Kathryn Grace
as Teen Girl
Elena Rosa
as FBI Agent #1
Jessica Lange
as Dusty Jackson
Glenn Meister
as George McGovern
Marshall Fox
as Ray/Ray the Technician
Taylan Tural
as Dina
Eric Nenninger
as Detective
Luke Matheis
as Construction Worker-1972
Carla Valentine
as Nurse
Kelly Fulton
as Alison
Martina Navratilova
as Brigitte
Sean Michael Boozer
as Board Member #1
Amy Anderson
as Scientist
Andre Hotchko
as Hubert Humphrey
Susannah Perkins
as Jayne Mueller
Koby Kumi-Diaka
as Pierre
Trevor Eason
as Martin Hobart
George Aloi
as Standish Campaign Staffer
Chris Power
as Student in Bleachers
Dylan Wilkinson
as Drama Student #4
Bob Balaban
as Keaton Hobart
Ivet Corvea
as Lecturer
Zoey Deutch
as Infinity Jackson
Joe Morton
as Marcus
Josh Bonzie
as Randal
Dre Jackson
as Bartender
Brian Richardson
as Volunteer
Kyle Eastman
as Jeremy
Will Hawkes
as Calc Teacher
Jake Johnson
as Student #1
Iván Amaro Bullón
as Restaurant Patron
Kevin Garner
as Teddy
Russell Posner
as Elliot Beachman
Robert James Hickey
as Carl Moses
Brandon Win
as Connor
Lizzy Jutila
as Young Expectant Mother
Heather Burns
as Mary McCutcheon
Soma Mitra
as Producer
Natalia-Christabelle
as Day Player
Geoff Wingham
as Campaign Protestor
Sue Molnar
as Instructor

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2019 | 8 Episodes

Season 2

2020 | 7 Episodes

Media

All

Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) 2019

Nominee

Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA)

Outstanding Music Supervision - Television

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics 2020

Winner

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics

Campy TV Show of the Year

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