Richard Ri'chard, Jonathan Wesley, Rick Gonzalez and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Robert Ri’chard, Wesley Jonathan, Rick Gonzalez and Rob Riley (Photo credit: Jonell Media PR via Steed Media)

Actors Robert Ri’chard (“One on One”), Wesley Jonathan (Drumline) and Rick Gonzalez (Coach Carter) were spotted at a local park in the city of Atlanta filming for TV One’s new film, Deadbeat Dad Rehab. Producer and CEO of Bobbcat Films, Roger Bobb, was also spotted on the set.

George Piere ( in back corner far left) Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

George Pierre ( in back corner far left) (Photo credit: Jonell Media PR via Steed Media)

Casting director George Pierre was in the mix, keeping things in order.

Director (Carl Seaton) Robert Ri'chard and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Director Carl Seaton shares a laugh with Robert Ri’chard and Rob Riley (Photo credit: Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Reportedly, Deadbeat Dad Rehab will feature several celebrity cameos. Viewers can look forward to seeing Kandi Burruss, David Banner and Rich Homie Qua, among others.

Roger Bobb on set producing Robert Ri'cahrd and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Medi PR via Steed Media

Roger Bobb on set with Robert Ri’cahrd and Rob Riley (Photo credit: Jonell Medi PR via Steed Media)

Produced by Roger Bobb and Angi Bones, this film is sure to be entertaining.

Check out more photos below.

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Robert Ri'chard, Rick Gonzalez, Wesley Jonathan and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Robert Ri'chard, Rick Gonzalez, Wesley Jonathan and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Rob Riley, Wesley Jonathan, - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Rob Riley, Jonathan Wesley, - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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George Piere ( in back corner far left) Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

George Piere ( in back corner far left) Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Arrested Development Artist -Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Roger Bobb on set producing Robert Ri'cahrd and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Medi PR via Steed Media

Roger Bobb on set producing Robert Ri'cahrd and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Medi PR via Steed Media

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Director (Carl Seaton) Robert Ri'chard and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Director (Carl Seaton) Robert Ri'chard and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Richard Ri'chard, Jonathan Wesley, Rick Gonzalez and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Richard Ri'chard, Jonathan Wesley, Rick Gonzalez and Rob Riley - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Rob Riley - Castmate - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Rob Riley - Castmate - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Kids Cast - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Rick Gonzalez , Cast member - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Rick Gonzalez , Cast member - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Rick Gonzalez , Cast member - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Cast - Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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Brave Williams , Roger Bobb - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

Brave Williams , Roger Bobb - Photo Credit Jonell Media PR via Steed Media

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  • shellyTheGreat

    AHHHHH! i’ve been wondering what ever happened to that puerto rican guy from coach carter! he’s so handsome now! and of course, the guys from ‘city guys’ and ‘one on one’ are still as fine as ever. idk who that other guy is, but he’s lookin good, too. now i need to go research what this show (or movie?) is going to be about.

  • Gwendolyn

    I enjoyed the scenes w/sneaker retailer. The “SR” is like a drug that he can’t release himself from until that one dreadful day when he oust his support money on sneakers he should not have purchased. The dad keeps returning to “sneaker retailer” and purchases high end labeled sneakers instead of paying child support or putting food in the mouths of his babies. When I saw these scenes I thought how true. Similar scenes in regards to purchasing items out of one’s means resignated to me also. I thought Oh! the reverse roles are being played out here in scenes…brilliant! See God don’t like ugly. Any whoa, the dad’s awakening, when muggers notice his high-end style and rob’s him in front of his kids and leave them stranded. A very intense and sometimes often scene in urban neighborhoods was a scary and morbidly intense realization to life. Although in life sometimes that particular scene the dad does not walk away w/kids but I’m glad you put a positive spin on it. In the end the dad realized that…one should not put a price value on their children because they’re priceless and returned all purchased sneakers to sneaker retailer. All the character roles played a high intense life structure to realism and I commend the director for his concept and portrayal of movie.