About the Cast

Kate Winslet

Academy Award® winning actress KATE WINSLET (Ginny) has brought to life some of cinema’s most captivating and memorable roles. Her resumé consists of critically and commercially acclaimed work as well as a span of awards and honors that illustrate her talent and solidify her a permanent place in cinema history. Winslet won her first Academy Award®, after a stunning past five nominations, for her role as “Hanna Schmitz” in Stephen Daldry’s 2008 THE READER, directed by Stephen Daldry. Winslet also won a Golden Globe®, SAG, BAFTA, and Critics’ Choice Award, among many others, for the role. Winslet also starred that year in REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, which reteamed her with TITANIC co-star Leonardo DiCaprio. The film was based on the critically acclaimed novel by Richard Yates was directed by...

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Justin Timberlake

Multi-talented actor and musician JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE (Mickey) has won ten Grammys and numerous other awards.

Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Timberlake rapidly became a highly respected musician, and his debut solo album, “Justified,” led to his first two Grammys in 2004 for “Cry Me a River” (Best Male Pop Vocal Performance) and “Justified” (Best Pop Vocal Album) and then his second studio album, “FutureSex/Love Sounds,” picked up two more for “SexyBack” (Best Dance Recording) and “My Love” (Rap/Sung Collaboration).

The following year, Timberlake won Grammys for the Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for “What Goes Around...Comes Around” and “LoveStoned/I Think She Knows Interlude” (Best Dance Recording). As a featured artist in Jay-Z’s song “Holy Grail,” Timberlake won yet another Grammy...

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Jim Belushi

JIM BELUSHI (Humpty) has been a favorite of film, television and stage audiences for more than thirty years.

A proud Chicagoan, Belushi graduated from Southern Illinois University with a degree in Speech, Education and Theatre before moving on to become a resident member of Chicago’s famed Second City for three years. In 1979, he left for Hollywood, where writer-producer Garry Marshall cast him in the series “Who’s Watching the Kids” and later in “Working Stiffs” with Michael Keaton.
In 1983, Belushi wrote and appeared in “Saturday Night Live” for two seasons. He starred in 182 episodes of the ABC hit comedy “According to Jim,” for which he also served as executive producer, music composer and director. In 2010, he starred in CBS’s one-hour drama “The Defenders.” More recently he was...

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Juno Temple

JUNO TEMPLE (Carolina) won “The EE Rising Star Award” from BAFTA in 2013, the only BAFTA Award that is voted on by the public.

She recently completed UNSANE, opposite Claire Foy for director Steven Soderbergh, and PRETENDERS, opposite Jane Levy and James Franco for director James Franco. She also appeared in the coming-of-age dramedy, ONE PERCENT MORE HUMID, opposite Julia Garner, for director Liz Garcia that premiered at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival. She stars opposite Melissa Leo in “The Most Hated Woman in America” and was recently seen in the HBO series “Vinyl,” directed by Martin Scorsese, and co-starring Bobby Cannavale and Olivia Wilde.

Temple’s recent films include: BLACK MASS, opposite Johnny Depp; FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD, for director Thomas Vinterberg; the...

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Jack Gore

JACK GORE (Richie) recently wrapped a guest lead on the upcoming Amazon anthology series “Philip K. Dick’s Electric Dreams.” He stars as “Charlie” opposite Greg Kinnear and Mireille Enos in the episode, “The Father Thing,” directed by Michael Dinner.

He will next be seen sharing the screen with Steve Coogan and Paul Rudd in Andrew Fleming’s IDEAL HOME. The film reunites Gore with Fleming, who previously directed him in the title role of the NBC pilot “Problem Child” and episodes of NBC’s “The Michael J. Fox Show.”

Jack made his feature film debut in Jim Mickle’s WE ARE WHAT WE ARE, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, and will be heard voicing “Young Valiente” in the upcoming animated feature, FERDINAND THE BULL.

On the small screen, he can currently be seen playing...

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David Krumholtz

DAVID KRUMHOLTZ (Jake) is known for his vast array of characters over the many years, most notably starring in CBS’ long-running series “Numb3rs.” He was most recently seen in the IFC comedy series, “Gigi Does It,” written, executive-produced and starring Krumholtz as a 76- year-old woman, and on the big screen in The Coen Brothers feature HAIL, CAESAR! as well as I SAW THE LIGHT, opposite Tom Hiddleston. He previously co-starred in THE JUDGE, opposite Robert Downey Jr., and was in the ensemble cast of THIS IS THE END.

His other film credits include SUPERBAD, WALK HARD, RAY, SERENITY, THE SANTA CLAUSE 1 & 2, SLUMS OF BEVERLY HILLS, THE MEXICAN, SIDEWALKS OF NEW YORK, TEN THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU, THE ICE STORM, LIBERTY HEIGHTS, SAUSAGE PARTY (voice of “Lavash”), and GHOST TEAM.

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Max Casella

MAX CASELLA (Ryan) has previously worked with Woody Allen in BLUE JASMINE, in the Amazon TV series “Crisis in Six Scenes,” and in his stage play, “Honeymoon Hotel.”

Casella recently played MPAA czar Jack Valenti in the Oscar® nominated film JACKIE, opposite Natalie Portman, and starred opposite Ben Affleck in the crime drama LIVE BY NIGHT. His other film credits include: APPLESAUCE, Spike Lee’s OLDBOY, THE LAST OF ROBIN HOOD (as legendary film director Stanley Kubrick), the Coen Brothers’ INSIDE LLEWYN DAVIS, Andrew Dominik’s KILLING THEM SOFTLY, Sam Mendes’ REVOLUTIONARY ROAD, Harold Ramis’ ANALYZE THIS, Tim Burton’s ED WOOD, and NEWSIES. On TV, Casella can be seen in the role of “Joe Delicious” in the Samantha Bee/Jason Jones’ TBS series “The Detour.” He will soon be seen in...

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