Kelly M. Jenrette, a native of Atlanta, now resides in Los Angeles, CA with her husband, Melvin Jackson Jr. She and her husband published a children’s book entitled The Adventures of Jimmy the Fly. Her most recent work will be on the second season of the hit anthology show Manhunt: Deadly Games (Lionsgate/Spectrum Originals). She can currently be seen as Winona on the Facebook Watch Original LIMETOWN. Kelly also had the incredible opportunity to star alongside Jeffrey Wright in the Netflix film All Day and A Night. Other recent film projects include: Back to the Goode Life (BET Her) and Uncorked (Netflix). Most notably, Kelly can be seen in Season 2, Episode 4 of The Handmaid’s Tale on HULU, where her portrayal of Annie garnered her an Emmy nomination. Kelly has also been a series regular on the Fox comedy Grandfathered starring John Stamos; she’s had recurring guest star roles on Here and Now (HBO), Pitch (FOX) and Graves (EPIX). You may also remember her from her 12 Kmart commercials as Kmart Kelly! Kelly was a part of the 13-time Ovation nominated musical The Color Purple at Celebration Theatre, where her portrayal of Nettie earned her an individual Ovation nomination for best featured actress. Other TV credits include: Fuller House (Netflix), Weird Loners (FOX), The Haunted Hathaways (Nickelodeon), Happy Endings (ABC), Frisky Dingo, VO (Cartoon Network). Web series include: Mommy Uncensored Episode 2 (YouTube), Much Ado About Mr. GQ (YouTube/FunnyorDie) and Study Buddy (YouTube).
Gethin Anthony is a UK born actor who appeared in two seasons of the critically acclaimed HBO series GAME OF THRONES as Renly Baratheon. He will next be seen starring opposite Judith Light in Spectrum Originals’ MANHUNT: DEADLY GAMES from Lionsgate. Most recently, he was seen in Syfy’s THE MAGICIANS. Previously, he starred as the infamous Charlie Manson in AQUARIUS for NBC. Gethin received his undergraduate degree at Oxford University and then went on to attend the prestigious LAMDA program. He has toured for a year with the Royal Shakespeare Company and recently was seen on stage in the production of “A Lie of the Mind” in the UK.
Jack has distinguished himself as one of our industry’s finest young actors in film, television and theatre. He most recently wrapped the social thriller ANTEBELLUM for Lionsgate opposite Janelle Monae. Currently, Jack is playing ‘Eric Rudolph’ in MANHUNT: DEADLY GAMES for Spectrum Originals and Lionsgate, as well as THE IRISHMAN for Martin Scorsese opposite Robert De Niro and Al Pacino for Netflix, and will next star in Noah Hawley’s award winning series FARGO for FX.
In theaters this fall, Jack stars opposite Alicia Vikander and Riley Keough in THE EARTHQUAKE BIRD directed by Wash Westmoreland for Netflix.
Jack first gained recognition for his portrayal of ‘Richard Harrow’ in HBO’s Emmy award winning series, BOARDWALK EMPIRE, for which he earned a SAG Award for best ensemble cast. Last year, Jack starred in Matthew Weiner’s THE ROMANOFFS on AMAZON. Huston’s additional credits include the award-winning David O. Russell film AMERICAN HUSTLE opposite Jennifer Lawrence, which earned him another SAG Award for Best Ensemble, KILL YOUR DARLINGS for Killer Films, David Chase’s NOT FADE AWAY for Paramount Pictures opposite James Gandolfini, Billie August’s NIGHT TRAIN TO LISBON with Jeremy Irons.
In theatre, Jack starred in Hitchcock’s classic, STRANGERS ON A TRAIN produced by Barbara Broccoli for London’s West End. Born in London, Huston attended the drama institute Hurtwood House.
Born in Santa Rosa, California, Cameron Britton has been performing since an early age, honing his acting chops onstage in numerous theater productions. Over the past few years, he has made the successful transition to film and television: his portrayal of serial killer Ed Kemper on David Fincher’s hit Netflix series “Mindhunter” earned Britton an Emmy nomination and numerous other accolades, and put him on several lists of the top performances of the year. Britton was also seen in a recurring role on HBO’s “Barry,” in Sony’s feature THE GIRL IN THE SPIDER’S WEB, opposite Claire Foy, and as Hazel in Netflix’s hit action drama series “The Umbrella Academy” opposite Mary J. Blige and Ellen Page, for which Britton received strong notices for his portrayal of a hitman who comes to question his mission. In February 2020, Britton will be seen portraying security guard Richard Jewell in the second season of the hit series “Manhunt: Deadly Games” for Lionsgate and Spectrum Originals, which follows Jewell’s quick-thinking heroics to save lives during the bombing of the 1996 Olympics, the subsequent false allegations which led to his being labeled a domestic terrorist, and his fight to clear his name. When not performing in films or on television, Cameron can probably be found onstage performing with the Loft Ensemble theater company in Los Angeles, where he is a company member.
Judith Light is known for her extensive body of television, film, and stage work, for which she received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in September 2019. She can be seen starring with Bette Midler and Ben Platt in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series The Politician, and in the musical finale of Transparent, Amazon Prime’s Golden Globe-winning series, created by Jill Soloway, for which she received a Golden Globe nomination and multiple Emmy and Critics’ Choice nominations. Her role in Ryan Murphy’s The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story garnered her an Emmy and Critics’ Choice nominations.
Up next, Light can be seen in Spectrum Originals’ Manhunt: Deadly Games, the second season in the title series from Lionsgate. Other TV credits include Ugly Betty (Emmy nomination), Law and Order: SVU, Dallas, Who’s the Boss, and One Life to Live (two consecutive Emmys).
Light recently starred with Alec Baldwin and Mandy Patinkin in Before You Know It, which premiered at Sundance and was picked up by distributor 1091 and released theatrically in 2019; Ms. White Light, which premiered at SXSW; Nellie Bly with Christina Ricci; and Hot Air with Steve Coogan. Light also starred in and produced the film Save Me written by husband Robert Desiderio, which premiered at Sundance in 2007. The year before, Light starred in the indie film Ira and Abby.
In 2017, Light starred in God Looked Away with Al Pacino at the Pasadena Playhouse. In 2016, the play All the Ways to Say I Love You (MCC) garnered her a Drama League Award nomination. For the Broadway production of Thérèse Raquin with Keira Knightly, Light won an Outer Critics Circle Award.
In 2011, Light received a Tony nomination for her role as Marie Lombardi in Lombardi, directed by Thomas Kail. In 2012 and 2013, Light won two consecutive Tony and Drama Desk awards for her performances in Other Desert Cities and The Assembled Parties; these two performances dubbed her the first actress in nearly two decades to win consecutive Tonys. For the Pulitzer Prize winning play Wit, she was awarded the Helen Hayes and Eliot Norton awards.
Light was honored with the 2019 Isabelle Stevenson Award for her extensive philanthropy work; she has been a passionate advocate to end HIV/AIDS and is a champion for LGBTQ and human rights, and supports organizations such as Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids, among others.
She is on the Board of Directors of the MCC Theatre in NYC.
Acclaimed screen and stage beauty Carla Gugino has enjoyed both critical and commercial success as an actor.
Gugino most recently starred in and executive produced Cinemax’s action-packed drama, “Jett,” which premiered in Summer 2019. The series was written and directed by Sebastian Gutierrez and Gugino starred in the title role of Daisy “Jett” Kowalski. “Jett” follows a world-class thief fresh out of prison who finds herself falling back into the life that got her there in the first place.
Gugino will next be seen on season two of Spectrum Originals’ anthology series “Manhunt: Deadly Games,” from Lionsgate and will star opposite Jack Huston and Cameron Britton.
In Summer 2020, Gugino will star in the Navot Papushado-directed action thriller GUNPOWDER MILKSHAKE alongside Karen Gillan, Lena Headey, Angela Bassett and Paul Giamatti.
On the small screen, Gugino starred in Netflix’s “The Haunting of Hill House” where she re-teamed with director Mike Flanagan and appeared opposite Michiel Huisman and Timothy Hutton. The 10-part horror series premiered in Fall 2018 and is an adaptation of the Shirley Jackson novel, Hill House, which received rave reviews.
In Spring 2018, Gugino could be seen in IFC Films’ ELIZABETH HARVEST with Abbey Lee and directed by Sebastian Gutierrez. In 2017, she starred in Netflix’s film adaptation of GERALD’S GAME, the 1992 bestselling novel from Stephen King, opposite Bruce Greenwood and directed by Mike Flanagan. Her performance as “Jessie Burlingame” was critically acclaimed and received glowing reviews.
In Winter 2017, Gugino was seen in the Peter Chelson-directed feature THE SPACE BETWEEN US with Gary Oldman, Britt Robertson, and Asa Butterfield. In the summer of 2016, she starred in the Cameron Crowe created, J.J. Abrams produced “Roadies” for Showtime starring alongside Luke Wilson. Gugino also appeared in the indie film WOLVES with Michael Shannon, which premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival.
In 2015, she starred in Warner Bros.’ summer tentpole blockbuster SAN ANDREAS, opposite Dwayne Johnson, which has grossed over $400 million worldwide. In that same year, she starred in the HBO comedy series “The Brink” opposite Tim Robbins and Jack Black and the M. Night Shyamalan mini-series for FOX, “Wayward Pines” alongside Matt Dillon.
Some of her iconic roles include Ingrid Cortez in the SPY KIDS trilogy, Dr. Vera Gorski in SUCKER PUNCH, Lucille in SIN CITY, Amanda Daniels in HBO’s “Entourage”, and Sally Jupiter in WATCHMEN. Her other feature film work includes starring roles in MATCH, AMERICAN GANGSTER, NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM, RACE TO WITCH MOUNTAIN, MR. POPPER’S PENGUINS, WOMEN IN TROUBLE, ELEKTRA, and THE SON IN LAW.
Gugino’s Broadway work includes turns as Maggie in Arthur Miller’s After The Fall (for which she received a Theater World Award and an Outer Critics Circle nomination for Outstanding Actress in a play), Catherine in Tennessee Williams’s Suddenly Last Summer with Blythe Danner (Outer Critics Circle nomination) and the role of Abbie Putnam in Eugene O’Neill’s Desire Under The Elms (also nominated by the Outer Critics Circle), opposite Brian Dennehy. Of this last performance, Christopher Isherwood of the New York Times wrote: “Ms. Gugino displays a depth and range of expression that I cannot imagine any other actress achieving with such blazing honesty and wrenching truth. She is simply magnificent.”
Other television work includes notable lead roles in NBC’s crime drama “Karen Sisco” and CBS’ science fiction drama “Threshold”. Gugino also starred in USA miniseries “Political Animals”, opposite Sigourney Weaver and Ellen Burstyn, as well as having memorable roles in “New Girl” (as Schmidt’s racy, unstable boss), “Justified” (as Raylan Givens’ female counterpart) and as David Duchovny’s razor-sharp lawyer and love interest on “Californication.”