She’s hot. He’s not. But when a popular high schooler is challenged to turn the dumpiest guy in school into a prom king, our pragmatic protagonist will do what it takes to make a winner out of this loser. What happens if they fall in love, though? That’s the plot of Netflix’s He’s All That. Does it sound a bit familiar? It should if you grew up in the 90s. It’s the gender-swapped reversal of 1999’s She’s All That, starring Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook. Now, TikTok’s Addison Rae and Cobra Kai’s Tanner Buchanan lead this do-over — or, more fittingly, makeover. And if you’re wondering why these young stars look familiar, we’re here to help! Here’s how you recognize the He’s All That cast.
Addison Rae (Padgett Sawyer)
As Padgett Sawyer, a recently heartbroken high schooler who accepts a dare to turn the school’s least popular boy into a prom king, Addison Rae plays the protagonist in the gender-swapped remake, He’s All That. The Netflix title is not only her first starring role but also her first live-action feature. In 2019, Rae came into fame through TikTok, where her dance videos raised her profile. She’s now considered one of the highest-earning TikTok personalities, according to Forbes. The social media personality’s prominence also grew through a well-seen appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Additionally, in film, Addison Rae lent her voice to 2018’s Spy Cat. She can also be seen in music videos like Lil Mosey’s “Blueberry Faygo” and Larray’s “Canceled.” Earlier this year, Rae released a single, “Obsessed.” Naturally, she’s seen that music video as well.
Tanner Buchanan (Cameron Kweller)
In the role of Cameron Kweller, an unpopular, anti-social loner who becomes the center of two popular girls’ dare to turn the high school’s biggest dweeb into a hottie, Tanner Buchanan goes from a punk to a hunk in Netflix’s He’s All That. Most notably, Buchanan plays Robby Keene in Netflix’s Cobra Kai. He was also Leo Kirkman in ABC/Netflix’s Designated Survivor. Additionally, Buchanan had recurring roles in Girl Meets World, Game Shakers, and The Fosters. His other television credits include Modern Family, Grey’s Anatomy, Deputy, The Goldbergs, Ghost Ghirls, Major Crimes, and Fuller House.
Furthermore, outside of TV, Tanner Buchanan appeared in The Heyday of the Insensitive Bastards, Chance, Sinister Seduction, Max Winslow and the House of Secrets, Anything, and Jake Squared. Next, the TV actor will be seen in Painted Beauty and The Hyperions.
Madison Pettis (Alden)
Playing the part of Alden, Padgett’s popular friend who challenges our lead character to “make a new Jordan” out of a nobody, Madison Pettis has a prominent part in He’s All That. Previously, Pettis played Peyton Kelly in The Game Plan. Her other film credits include Do You Believe?, Seven Pounds, Free Style, Mostly Ghostly: Have You Met Ghoulfriend?, and Beverly Hills Chihuahua 2 and 3: Viva La Fiesta! Last year, Pettis starred in the spin-off, American Pie Presents: Girls’ Rules.
Additionally, on television, Madison Pettis played Sophie Martinez in Disney Channel’s Cory in the House. Later, the former child actress was seen as Allie Brooks on ITV’s Life with Boys. Furthermore, Pettis played Tosh Bennett in Facebook Watch’s Five Points. Moreover, she had recurring roles in The Fosters and Lab Rats. As a voice actress, additionally, Pettis can be heard in Phineas and Ferb, Jake and the Never Land Pirates, and The Lion Guard. Her other television credits include Barney & Friends, Jericho, Hannah Montana, and Parenthood. Next, Pettis will appear in Deltopia and Margaux.
Rachael Leigh Cook (Mrs. Sawyer)
As Mrs. Sawyer, Padgett’s mother, Rachael Leigh Cook is paid tribute through this role in Netflix’s He’s All That. Most famously, Cook played Laney Boggs, the bespectacled dork who becomes the hottest girl in school in She’s All That. She’s also known for her lead performance as the titular Josie McCoy in Josie and the Pussycats. Additionally, Cook starred in The Baby-Sitters Club. Her other notable film credits include The House of Yes, Tom and Huck, Blow Dry, and Nancy Drew. Furthermore, Cook can be seen in Get Carter, Carpool, Living Out Loud, Texas Rangers, 11:14, Tangled, A Midsummer’s Nights’ Dream, and several direct-to-video movies. Moreover, the movie actress can be heard in Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children and Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker.
Additionally, on TV, Rachael Leigh Cook starred in TNT”s Perception. She also played recurring roles in Dawson’s Creek, Las Vegas, and Psych. Furthermore, Cook starred in Hallmark’s Frozen in Love and Autumn in the Vineyard. Last year, she frontlined Love, Guaranteed and Cross Country Christmas. This year, Cook could be seen in Film Fest.
Peyton Meyer (Jordan Van Draanen)
in the role of Jordan Van Draanen, Padgett’s ex-boyfriend following a disastrous break-up, Peyton Meyer is at the center of the worst moment of our lead character’s life in He’s All That. Previously, Meyer played Lucas Friar in Disney Channel’s Girl Meets World. He also had recurring roles in Disney Channel’s Dog with a Blog and ABC’s American Housewife. Meyer’s other television credits include Best Friends Whenever, Wayne, and the web series, Versus. Additionally, the former child actor can be seen in 2016’s Gibby.
Myra Molloy (Quinn)
Playing the part of Quinn, Alden’s friend, Myra Molloy has a notable supporting role in Netflix’s He’s All That. Previously, Molloy played Wish in HBO Asia’s Halfworlds. Most notably, the singer won Thailand’s Got Talent in 2011 at age 13. On the stage, Molloy performed in a touring production of Miss Saigon. She also guest-starred in Freeform’s The Bold Type. Next, Molloy will star in Amazon Prime’s Hot Pink. This is her first film.
Isabella Crovetti (Brin Kweller)
As Brin Kweller, Cameron’s sister, Isabella Crovetti plays a sassy sibling in He’s All That. Most notably, Crovetti voiced the title character in Disney Junior’s Vampirina. She also played main characters in Colony and The Neighbors. Additionally, Crovetti lent her voice to Nick Jr.’s Shimmer and Shine and Disney Junior’s Whisker Haven. Her other TV credits include Happy Endings, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Scorpion, Jessie, In Plain Sight, Mike & Molly, Enlightened, Mutt & Stuff, Secrets and Lies, and CSI: Miami.
Furthermore, Isabella Crovetti starred in Disney+’s Magic Camp. She was also seen in Joy and Possessing Piper Rose. Moreover, Crovetti acted in short films like 2014’s Sister News, 2015’s Mustache Dude! and The Talk, and 2020’s The Summer of Snakes.
Annie Jacob (Nisha)
In the role of Nisha, Annie Jacob is a supporting player in Netflix’s He’s All That. Last year, Jacob played Glory Moffett in Freeform’s Motherland: Fort Salem. Her other TV credits include Star, Preacher, Life Sentence, Superstition, and Six. Additionally, Jacob can be seen in supporting roles in Fist Fight, Silence Her, Poms, Party Boat, In Broad Daylight, and Saving Zoe. Furthermore, the up-and-coming actress appeared in short films like 2020’s I Know You Are. I Know You Do. and this year’s Evolution of Women.
Andrew Matarazzo (Logan)
Playing the part of Logan, Andrew Matarazzo will provide a supporting turn in He’s All That. Most notably, the actor played Gabe in MTV’s Teen Wolf. He also had a recurring role as Flaco in The CW’s Jane the Virgin. Matarazzo’s other TV credits include Royal Pains, Faking It, Criminal Minds, Girls, All Rise, and Speechless. Furthermore, the young TV actor can be heard in Solar Opposites. Additionally, in film, Matarazzo was seen in Entourage, West Hollywood Motel, Geography Club, and The Hatred. Furthermore, he has appeared in several short films, including 2020’s Omerta, which he also produced and directed. Also, Matarazzo was part of ARTY’s “Daydreams” music video in 2019.
Vanessa Dubasso (Aniston)
As Aniston, Vanessa Dubasso plays a supporting character in Netflix’s He’s All That. Most notably, the actress was seen in three episodes of FX’s Legion. Additionally, Dubasso guest-starred in True Blood, Modern Family, Vegas, Pretty Little Liars, and Typical Rick. Furthermore, in film, Dubasso appeared in last year’s After We Collided, Revenge Ride, and A Dark Foe. She can also be seen in Sex School, Always Woodstock, and Friends Effing Friends Effing Friends. Moreover, Dubasso starred in short films like 2012’s Things Are Really Insane, 2016’s Code Blue: A Love Story, 2017’s Blood Ride, and this year’s King. Next, the young and up-and-coming actress will be seen in Sallywood.
Kourtney Kardashian (Jessica Miles Torres)
In the role of Jessica Miles Torres, Kourtney Kardashian makes her feature film debut in He’s All That. Most notably, Kardashian starred in E!’s long-running reality TV series, Keeping Up with the Kardashians. She also frontlined three spin-off shows, Kourtney and Khloe Take Miami, Kourtney and Khloe Take New York, and Kourtney and Khloe Take the Hamptons. Additionally, Kardashian appeared in I Am Cait, Khloe & Lamar, Filthy Rich: Cattle Drive, Flip It Like Disick, and Dash Dolls, which she also produced. As an actress, Kardashian guest-starred on One Life to Live back in 2011.
Outside of her television work, Kourtney Kardashian launched her own fashion line and her own lifestyle website, Poosh. The influencer also partnered with her sisters, Khloe and Kim, for various perfumes, jewelry lines, lipsticks, and cosmetics. Furthermore, Kardashian co-authored 2010’s Kardashian Konfidential and 2011’s Dollhouse with her siblings. She’s also close friends with Addison Rae, hence her cameo in this new film.
He’s All That is available to stream on Netflix.