Young Rock with Bradley Constant and Adrian Groulx
Dwayne Johnson’s life is interesting for all ages in Young Rock with Uli Latukefu (age 18-20), Bradley Constant (age 15), and Adrian Groulx (age 10).
With season three, Johnson’s current story takes a different turn with the post-election life. With the election over, his life lessons are quite different.
Here is the description for season three of Young Rock:
The third season of Young Rock follows Dwayne Johnson as he navigates his meteoric rise from unknown wrestler to Hollywood superstar. Together, Dwayne and his unorthodox family face locker-room politics, new rivalries, and the perils of burgeoning fame as he finds his voice in the WWE as The Rock. Told through unbelievable stories from his own life, the show follows Dwayne’s electrifying journey to the top and the colorful characters that keep him grounded—even as he sets his sights on ever-bigger arenas.
The series headline Dwayne Johnson with the rest of the cast, including Joseph Lee Anderson, Stacey Leilua, Ana Tuisila, and Randall Park.
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta chatted with the two younger versions of Dwayne Johnson, with Adrian Groulx as Dewey and Bradley Constant as Teenage Dwayne.
Bradley Constant makes his breakout role as Dwayne Johnson (at age 15). He had a role in the family drama Following Film in 2000. He appeared in the short films Famous Nobody, Under Armour, and Small Black—Boys Life.
Adrian Groulx is an already accomplished child actor that can be seen in Apple TV+’s See series as Rockwell and in this breakout role as young Dewey in Young Rock. Also, he had roles in the television series Mighty Express and The Adventures of Napkin Man.
Young Rock returns for season three on November 4th at 8:30 p.m. PT/ET as part of NBC’s Comedy Hour.
Watch the exclusive interview with Bradley Constant and Adrian Groulx below. Let us know what you think of the interview.
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Source: LRM Online Exclusive, NBC