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EAST LOS HIGH: Prince Royce To Play Recurring Role [Hulu]

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Prince Royce to appear on East Los High. The Latin music star will make a number of appearances on the fourth season of the Hulu original series.

The move is part of a larger attempt on Royce’s part to expand his horizons and act in a number of roles on the small screen. The only project he has acted in so far is a short film, but he is slated to star in the Tyler Perry-helmed The Passion for Fox in addition to his role on East Los High.

The character he will be playing is Vincent, the coach for the highly-successful Jefferson Park Dance crew. The team is the most serious competition to East Los High’s Bomb Squad. He and his team will serve as one of the most formidable challenges to the protagonists. Royce’s character will also serve as a source of temptation to Bomb Squad coach Ceci (Danielle Vega), who will find herself attracted to her rival.

The multi-platinum recording artist will be seen in a recurring role, playing Vincent, the successful coach of the Jefferson Park Dance crew, which is the Bomb Squad’s main competitor. The sexy newcomer arrives just in time to test the drive and talent of the East Los High dancers, while also tempting the desires of their coach, Ceci (Danielle Vega).

“East Los High” revolves around teens growing up in a working-class neighborhood in East Los Angeles. Gabriel Chavarria, Alicia Sixtos, Vannessa Vasquez and Vega star.

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