Anthony Ramos, who played the dual roles of Alexander Hamilton’s son, Philip Hamilton, and anti-slavery South Carolina statesman John Laurens in the acclaimed Broadway musical “Hamilton,” is leaving the hit show.

BroadwayWorld.com reported Wednesday that the Brooklyn-born Ramos, 24, will give his final performance on Sunday, Nov. 20, in order to play a lead role in filmmaker Spike Lee’s previously announced Netflix series “She’s Gotta Have It.”

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Singer-actor Jordan Fisher, who played Doody in Fox’s “Grease: Live,” takes over the two roles on Nov. 22.

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In late September, Ramos was cast in “She’s Gotta Have It” as Mars Blackmon, the role originated by Lee in his 1986 film on which the Netflix series is based.