Introducing the Cast of "Think Like a Man Too"

Photo Credit: Screen Gems
February 28th, 2014

"Think Like a Man Too" is the much-anticipated sequel to "Think Like a Man." The first movie is based on the book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man" in which Steve Harvey gives women invaluable insight into the male psyche. The movie of the same name follows the relationships of four friends whose girlfriends are using Steve Harvey's advice. Upon realizing this, the four friends conspire against them, and it turns in to a pitched battle of the heart. "Think Like a Man Too" finds the four couples still going strong and on the way to a Las Vegas wedding. Unfortunately fate, misadventures and a few poor decisions threaten to ruin everything. Here is an introduction to the cast and characters in "Think Like a Man Too."

Dominic, "The Dreamer," is played by Michael Ealy. This actor started his career in TV movies and guest appearances in TV series, including a brief role as Private Nelson in "Law & Order" and Ryan Kendrick in "ER." He graduated to bigger roles, such as Slap Jack in "2 Fast 2 Furious" and Tea Cake in the renowned TV movie "Their Eyes Were Watching God." He had a regular spot in both the short-lived series "Sleeper Cell" and "FlashForward" and appeared for a season in "The Good Wife." He plays the main character Dorian in the series "Almost Human."

Lauren, "The Woman Who Is Her Own Man" and Dominic's significant other, is played by Taraji P. Henson. Henson started out her acting career catching roles in "Sister, Sister," "ER," "Smart Guy" and "Felicity." She won a few regular spots in TV shows such as "The Division" and "Boston Legal" and plays Detective Joss Carter in TV series "Person of Interest" opposite of Jim Caviezel.

Michael, "The Mama's Boy," is played by Terrence Jenkins. Except for a brief appearance in "Savannah" in 1996, Jenkins acting career started in 2006 with the short "Rapture." He has been in several movies since then, including playing Ty in "Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming," Dave in "Burlesque" and Raekwon in "White T."

Candace, "The Single Mom" and love interest of Michael, is played by Regina Hall. Hall earned a journalism degree before deciding to become an actor. Her first gigs were one-time roles in TV series "Loving," "NYPD Blue" and "New York Undercover" before breaking into movie roles with "The Best Man" and "Love & Basketball." She played Brenda Meeks in "Scary Movie" and reprised that role in the next three sequels. Hall appeared in an entire season in "Ally McBeal" and has played many TV and movie roles since.

Jeremy, "The Non-Committer," is played by Jerry Ferrara. He started out his career nabbing guest appearance roles in popular series like "The King of Queens" and "NYPD Blue," finally winning a regular role playing Turtle in "Entourage." Since then he has appeared in blockbuster military movies "Battleship" and "Lone Survivor."

Kristen, "The Girl Who Wants the Ring" and Jeremy's girlfriend, is played by Gabrielle Union. This actress has been acting for half of her life, appearing first in "Family Matters" and "Malibu Shores." She had brief roles in "7th Heaven," "Sister, Sister" and "Smart Guy" before breaking out in teen favorites "She's All That," "10 Things I Hate About You" and "Bring It On." Union played some extended roles in "Ugly Betty," "Life" and "Night Stalker" and has a respectable list of movie roles under her belt.

Zeke, "The Player," is played by Romany Malco. He has several long-term TV roles to his name, such as George St. Cloud in "No Ordinary Family," Tijuana Jackson in "Prison Logic," Conrad Shepard in "Weeds" and Darius in "Unsupervised." He has also played in many comedy movies such as "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" and "Blades of Glory."

Mya, "The 90 Day Rule Girl" and Zeke's other half, is played by Meagan Good. She also has several TV and movie roles under her belt, such as Katie in "Raising Dad" and Kali in "Californication." One of her more recent roles was as Linda Jackson in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues."

Bennett is "The Happily Married Man" in the movie and played by Gary Owen. He has held many comedy roles in both TV and movies, including parts in "Daddy Day Care" and "Ride Along."

While the cast is made up largely of characters returning from the first movie, there are also some new characters to become acquainted with, such as Isaac played by Adam Brody and Tish played by Wendi McLendon-Covey.