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Netflix's 'You' has a San Antonio native on season two

"Well, hello you."

SAN ANTONIO —

The second season of the Netflix original series "You" is now streaming, and fans everywhere are gluing their eyes to their screens.

But what makes this season different than the rest? The character lineup that includes one actor from the Alamo City.

James Scully plays Forty Quinn, the wealthy boy constantly turning to his sister Love, who plays Joe Goldberg's love interest, ironically.

Scully was born and raised in San Antonio, where he attended Driscoll Middle School and later graduating from L.E.E. High School's North East School of the Arts in 2010.

He went on to attend Otterbein University, a private college in Ohio, later pursuing a full-time career in acting.

Scully isn't the first Texas native — Elizabeth Lail, who plays Guinevere Beck, is from Georgetown, Texas, just a few miles north of Austin.

Now, we could dive deeper into the show, but hey, we don't want KENS 5 to be responsible for spoilers.

And if his face is familiar, you might've seen Scully before; prior to "You," the actor was one of the lead in 2018's "Heathers," the series remake of the classic 1980's film, and has starred in guest roles in several TV series, including "Sublets," "Quantico," and "9-1-1:"

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