Your guide to the cast of Netflix’s new ‘Queer Eye’ reboot

Feb. 16, 2018


In February, Netflix debuted Queer Eye, a rebooted version of the makeover show by the same name that aired in the early aughts.


The show features a brand new version of the original’s Fab Five, the gay experts in various fields who help pull off the makeovers.

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Here are the faces of the new cast of Queer Eye.

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Antoni Porowski, food and wine

Porowski follows in the footsteps of Ted Allen, the original series’ food expert — and it turns out Porowski used to be Allen’s personal chef.

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Bobby Berk, interior design

Berk is a designer with his own home-furnishings website and interior design business. He takes over the role filled by Thom Filicia in the original series.

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Karamo Brown, culture

This isn’t Brown’s first time on TV: He was also on MTV’s The Real World and was the first out gay black man on the show.

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Jonathan Van Ness, grooming

Van Ness, a hairstylist and grooming expert, may be most familiar from his Game of Thrones recap web series Gay of Thrones.

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Tan France, fashion

France, a British designer, follows on the heels of Carson Kressley as the reboot’s fashion expert.

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