Rami Malek

Rami Malek stars as Elliot, a young and brilliant programmer, on USA Network’s critically-acclaimed series, Mr. Robot.

Malek received a Golden Globe® Award nomination for Best Performance by an Actor in a Television Series – Drama, a Screen Actors Guild® Award nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series, as well as a Critics Choice® Award nomination for Best Actor in a Drama Series, which he won.

Malek most recently starred in Night at the Museum 3 opposite Ben Stiller. He has also appeared in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master opposite Philip Seymour Hoffman, Joaquin Phoenix, and Amy Adams.

Additional film credits include Spike Lee’s Old Boy opposite Josh Brolin and Elizabeth Olsen, Night at the Museum 1 & 2, Short Term 12, and the DreamWorks feature Need for Speed, in which he portrayed a car expert whose motivations hinge upon his sense of loyalty and justice.

Malek’s TV credits include 24 as Marcus Al-Zacar and The Pacific as Snafu – a performance that garnered incredible reviews and led to roles in Larry Crowne and in Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn.

Portia Doubleday

Portia Doubleday stars as Angela, Elliot’s childhood best friend and AllSafe colleague, on USA Network’s Golden Globe® Award winning series, Mr. Robot.

Doubleday most recently starred opposite Chloe Moretz in Carrie as bad girl Chris Hargensen and had a cameo opposite Joaquin Phoenix as the sex-surrogate in Spike Jonze’s Academy Award® winning film Her.

Additional credits include the film Big Mommas: Like Father, Like Son as well as a recurring role as Matthew Perry’s assistant on the TV series Mr. Sunshine.

Doubleday’s first leading role was opposite Michael Cera in Miguel Arteta’s film Youth in Revolt, which was named one of the ten best films of the year by the National Board of Review. Additional roles include the AFI short 18, written and directed by Joy Gohring.

Carly Chaikin

Carly Chaikin stars as Darlene, the moody and standoffish member of fsociety, on USA Network’s Golden Globe® Award winning series, MR. ROBOT.

Chaikin is widely known for her portrayal of Dalia Royce on the hit series Suburgatory. During its run, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at the 2013 Critics Choice® Awards and Choice TV Villain at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards®.

She made her big-screen debut in The Last Song starring alongside Greg Kinnear, Kelly Preston, Liam Hemsworth, and Miley Cyrus. Other credits include the independent feature My Uncle Rafael and Escape, as well as the upcoming television film Bad Blood. TV credits include a guest starring role on the hit series Maron as well as NTSF: SD: SVU.

Professionally, Chaikin executive produced and starred in the short film Nowhere To Go, which won the Best Avant Garde Award at the First Glance Film Festival and was nominated for Best Short at the Beloit Film Festival. She also produced and co-starred in the short film Dissonance, which featured an all-star cast including Lorraine Bracco, Kelly Preston, Nancy Travis, and Henry Winkler. She’s currently working on her third short film, Blind Date, and co-created and stars in the popular Literally web series on HelloGiggles.

Christian Slater

Christian Slater stars as “Mr. Robot,” the mysterious leader of an underground hacker group, on USA Network’s critically-acclaimed series, Mr. Robot.

Slater received a Golden Globe® Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television. He also received a Critics Choice® Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for this role.

Slater has had an impressive career that spans the worlds of film, television and stage. Most recently he received critical praise for his starring role as Sir Galahad in Spamalot, an adaptation of the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

Following his film debut in 1985 in The Legend of Billie Jean, Slater’s extensive film credits prove his versatility in various genres. As an action hero, Slater was seen in John Woo’s Windtalkers, opposite Nicolas Cage, and Broken Arrow with John Travolta. Slater has also created a cult following with roles such as Clarence Worley in True Romance, as Robert Boyd in Very Bad Things and as Jason Dean in Michael Lehmann’s cult classic Heathers.

Slater’s producing credits include Basil and Hard Rain, both of which he also starred in. He also served as an executive producer on Peter Berg’s Very Bad Things. In 1996, Slater made his directorial debut with Museum of Love, a short film for Showtime.

Slater debuted on Broadway at the age of nine in The Music Man, alongside Dick Van Dyke, and went on to play the title lead in Oliver. Slater garnered critical acclaim for his starring role in the Broadway production of Side Man. Off-Broadway, Slater has been seen in such productions as Landscape of the Body, Between Daylight, Boonville, Dry Land, and Somewhere’s Better.

Grace Gummer

Grace Gummer stars as Dominique (Dom) DiPierro, a young FBI field agent investigating the Evil Corp Hack, on USA Network’s Golden Globe® Award winning series, Mr. Robot.

Most recently, Gummer wrapped production on Confirmation for HBO Films and starred opposite Halle Berry on Extant. She also played Nora Ephron in the pilot Good Girls Revolt for Amazon, which was recently picked up as a series. Previously, Gummer had featured roles on The Newsroom and American Horror Stories. She also appeared in a number of independent films including Francis Ha! and The Homesman in addition to her many Broadway and off-Broadway theater credits.