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Scout's Safari TV Show Facts

Anastasia Baranova and Bongani Freedom star in Scout's Safari.
Courtesy of Disovery Kids

Scout's life gets a whole lot wilder when she moves from her dad's New York pad to her mom's rural South African home. Check out her African adventure here!

Scout's Safari - Main Cast

  • Jennifer 'Scout' Lauer - Anastasia Baranova
  • Bongani Freedom - Hadebe
  • Cheryl Lauer-Schickler - Chantelle Stander
  • Charlton 'C.B.' Boone - Hlomla Dandala
  • Roger Schickler - Ashley Dowds
  • Tyler Schickler- Jarred Uys
  • Sherna Puckett - Dana de Agrella
  • Scout's Safari - Fun Facts

  • Scout's Safari is produced by Tommy Lynch, who produces Class of 3000 and South of Nowhere.
  • The actress who plays Scout, Anastasia Baranova, has guest starred on Drake & Josh, Joan of Arcadia, Lizzie McGuire, Malcolm in the Middle and Veronica Mars.
  • Scout's Safari is actually filmed on location in South Africa.
  • Anastasia Baranova is from Russia.
  • Scout's Safari - Quotes

    "But you are going back to New York." - Bongani
    "Yeah, Sherna's got it all planned out, we're going to the Hamptons to chill with P. Diddy." - Scout

    "Without her mother she'll probably shut down and starve." - C.B.
    "I'm not going to let that happen." - Scout "Scout, you may not have a choice." - C.B.

    "If you have a gift, you just have to accept it." - Hadebe
    "No. I don't. If I say it isn't real, it isn't real - got it?" - Scout

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