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Kwame from Raising Dion Season 2: Actor J. Harrison Ghee is Cast as Kwame!

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Feb 11, 2022 @ 3:57 EST
Kwame from Raising Dion Season 2: Actor J. Harrison Ghee is Cast as Kwame!

Kwame from Raising Dion, played by J. Harrison Ghee, is the manager of The Lewis Company. Find out Kwami's role in the Netflix series. Who plays Kwame on Raising Dion Season 2? Fans wonder about the actor J. Harrison Ghee, including his wife and family.

Raising Dion Season 2 is finally here, three years after the first season premiered on Netflix, and there are a few new faces. Raising Dion is a Netflix original superhero drama series set in America that premiered on October 4, 2019.

It's based on Dennis Liu's 2015 comic book and a short movie of the same name. In January 2020, Netflix renewed the series for a second season, which was released on February 1, 2022.

The sitcom follows a single mother and her superpowered child as they try to use his abilities for good while dealing with the everyday stresses of family life. The show combines high-stakes drama with action and relatable people.

Previously, we touched on Season 3, Rome Flynn's parents, his wife, his daughter, Alisha Wainwright's husband, Dion's mom, and Tevin.

Who is Kwame on Raising Dion Season 2?

Kwame, played by J. Harrison Ghee (@jharrisonghee), is the company manager of The Lewis Company, Nicole Warren's previous dancing studio before having Dion. In "ISSUE #101: How Do You Raise a Superhero?", Willa mentions Kwame for the first time when she offers Nicole a job if she talks to Kwame.

In "ISSUE #104: Welcome to BIONA. Hope You Survive the Experience," Nicole finally accepts this offer. While Kwame is unable to offer Nicole a job as a dance teacher, he does place her in charge of ticket sales at the front desk. Kwame was a dancer roughly 8 years before the performance, according to a flashback in "ISSUE #105: Days of Mark's Future Past."

In "ISSUE #107: Why So Vomity?" Kwami informs Nicole that she needs to have the poster for their next play printed, and despite Dion's illness, he won't let her leave work to pick him up. As a result, Nicole is compelled to call Kat to get Dion.

Nicole's efforts paid off, as he thanked her for her efforts in "ISSUE #108: You Won't Like Him When He's Angry." Nicole took advantage of the situation to seek a promotion and health insurance, which Kwame unwillingly granted.

Kwame is in charge of putting on the school musical at McKoy Park Elementary in Season 2. He recognizes Esperanza Jimenez's brilliance right away and casts her in the starring part, much to her dismay.

Actor J. Harrison Ghee Plays Kwame on Raising Dion

Kwame is played by J. Harrison Ghee, who is a singer, actor, and dancer from North Carolina. He has spent the last 13 years in New York City.

As a lead vocalist, Harrison has performed all over the world, from Tokyo Disney Sea Resort to Norwegian Cruise Line. He made his Broadway debut as Lola in Kinky Boots the musical in 2017, after touring the world in the role on an international tour.

Ghee marked ten years as a drag queen and has always been a fan of all things beauty and cosmetics. Harrison can also be seen in an HBO episode of High Maintenance and also as a recurring character on Netflix's Raising Dion. Harrison wishes to encourage you to live a life filled with love, light, and everything that is genuine to you.

Looking at Ghee's Instagram, we can definitely see how much of a glamorous person he is. His Instagram is full of pictures of him with different unisex appearances. No doubt, he has been a fashion influencer to many.

He also seems to stand for many social causes as he has a few posts asking for justice who were killed without any reason. He also claims himself as a ramen lover which can be clearly seen in his Instagram bio. J. is truly an inspiration to many, especially with his vision of genderless fashion.

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