Three years after the premiere of Selling Sunset, the Selling Television Universe has grown from two shows to three. Selling the OC hit Netflix on August 24, introducing viewers to a brand-new group of Oppenheim agents (and eight new episodes of questionable workplace dynamics).
The new cast of Selling the OC realtors have come from all over the country, with a wide range of real estate experience and personalities, to make their mark on Orange County's ultra-luxury real estate market. What they do have in common is a penchant for drama (and the same first name for three of the members). Read on for what we know about the OC crew.
Hall started out with an interior design career before becoming a realtor. She told People that she originally turned down the show before Jason Oppenheim convinced her to join, and being a cast member has already led to her being involved in a $100 million listing. Outside of work, the OC native is a devoted single mom to her son.
Alabama native Jarvis moved out to California to study law at UC Irvine. She became a realtor after practicing business and employment law, and according to her O Group bio, she closed nearly $40 million in sales in her first year as a lawyer. She's engaged to fintech CEO Sergio Ducoulombie and she has a connection to the Sunset office, as she's friends with Chelsea Lazkani.
Originally from the OC, Rose grew up in Dallas and moved back to California at 18. She was the first realtor in the OC office and is now their top producing agent; per her O Group bio, she has a background in sales and client service, and she closed about $100 million in sales in her first 4 years as a realtor. She often forms a dynamic duo with Jarvis often on listings.
Before starting her 15-year career in real estate, Marshall worked as a Public Relations exec, with her O Group bio calling her "the great communicator." She's married to former international pro-basketball player Sean Marshall—the couple grew up in the same neighborhood—and they share two kids. She's also a contributor and fundraiser for causes including the ALS Foundation and Autism research and care.
Helou is also one of the first agents to join the OC office, and he's determined to become one of their top earners. In addition to luxury real estate, he works in property development and produced a documentary film. He's a devoted husband, and he gets work advice from his mom, whose also experienced in real estate.
OC native Cardona started her career in real estate with one of the top teams on Zillow in Orange County, where she won an award a few months into her career. She told People that joining the O Group was an opportunity to get into luxury real estate. She's also a single mom to her young son.
Short, née Brito, is a Southern California native who owned a small business in the LA suburbs before moving to the OC. Per her O Group bio, she's closed over 150 properties since becoming a realtor in 2017. She recently got married, and she and her husband share a rescue Golden Retreiver.
British-born Polly is a former model who worked in Europe for over two decades. She moved to Southern California in 2011 and worked as a business manager before joining the O Group, telling People that she was studying for her license when she reached out to Jason about joining his team.
Palmieri started real estate career in South Florida, where he grew up, before moving to California in 2018. He previously worked with brokerages including Sotheby’s and Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, before joining The O Group in May 2021.
Victoria is a model and father of twin girls who became a realtor in 2017 and joined the O Group in July 2021. Per People, he's officially signed $19 million in listings since switching his business from LA to the OC.
Fifth-generation realtor Stanaland got his license at 18 and worked with his family business for 12 years before leaving to join the show. His biggest sale so far was selling a $19 million dollar house to Shark Tank's Mark Cuban. Outside of work, he's an avid surfer, and he's married to Hairspray and Pitch Perfect actress Brittany Snow.
Brett and Jason Oppenheim
Both Brett and Jason appear in Selling the OC, though Jason mostly interacts with the OC office. (It's still unclear whether Brett's still involved with the O Group, as he's no longer listed on their website.)
In an interview with Today, Jason spoke on his excitement for the new show. "I hope that people watch it for what it is and don’t make comparisons to other shows, including 'Selling Sunset.' These people are their own agents. They have their own lives and they’re doing their own thing. I think it should be judged on its own merits. I think it’ll do quite well."
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Quinci LeGardye is a Contributing Culture Editor who covers TV, movies, Korean entertainment, books, and pop culture. When she isn’t writing or checking Twitter, she’s probably watching the latest K-drama or giving a concert performance in her car.
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