Follow the super-hot singles of your next streaming obsession on social media ahead of the April 17 premiere.
From the expected social media influencers to the unexpected sales executives, find out which of the cast members have both brains and beauty in the real world.
Too Hot to Handle, Series Premiere, Friday, April 17, Netflix
David founded performance coaching company Endeavour Life for fitness training and nutrition planning. He also works as a Nike Training ambassador on social media while residing in London, England.
The self-described “ditz” works as a model in Essex, England.
The multi-hyphenate entrepreneur is the COO of branding agency Dream Katchers Enterprise, and also president of brand M8W. Matthew also wrote a children’s book, and has had acting roles in New Girl and The Young and the Restless. He lives in Colorado.
The Cork, Ireland native currently lives in London. After graduating from the University College Cork in 2018, Nicole works as an account executive for publishing company HPCi Media, specializing in cosmetic advertising and science-based articles.
Sharron works as a model and actor. He was crowned Mr. Pennsylvannia in the 2018 Mr. United States pageant, and recently appeared in rapper Fetty Wap’s music video for “Fresh N Clean.”
Scene-stealing Francesca is a high profile social mediinfluencer and model for fashion brands like Fashion Nova. While flying between Vancouver and Los Angeles, she also found time to debut her eponymous vegan swimwear brand, Farago the Label.
Kelechi "Kelz" Dyke
Kelz lists himself as a London-based American football player on social media, but he also works as a senior consultant for life science firm Proclinical.
The college student was featured as the COED Girl of the Day in December 2018 representing the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at the University of North Florida. Today she models in Jacksonville, Florida.
Rhonda lists herself as CEO and founder of brand PureluXX. She resides in Atlanta, Georgia.
Harry has capitalized on his infectious catchphrases by founding clothing line Naughty Possums featuring sweatshirts of his coined phrases. Otherwise, he’s a Los Angeles-based influencer.