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: he is perhaps best known for his recurring role as ‘Tim’ on Freeform’s “Stitchers”, and will also be seen in a recurring role in the upcoming HBO series “Barry” opposite Bill Hader. Other television appearances include CBS’ “Battle Creek”, Disney Channel’s “Lab Rats”, and the upcoming CBS series “S.W.A.T.”. In “Mindhunter”, Cameron studied how many killers wear practiced masks to hide their addiction to death, and this discovery became a core focus for his portrayal of ‘Edmund’.
Since Jonathan Groff’s award-winning breakout out performance in Broadway’s Spring Awakening in 2006 (Theatre World Award winner; Tony Award, Drama Desk Award, Drama League Award nominee), his resume has not only expanded in theatre, but also memorable performances in film and television.
This fall, Groff will star in David Fincher’s highly anticipated new series Mindhunter, which will launch on Netflix in October. The series is also executive produced by Oscar-winner Charlize Theron. Groff plays an FBI agent who interviews incarcerated serial killers in an attempt to solve ongoing crimes. Mindhunter is based on the book Mind Hunter: Inside FBI’s Elite Serial Crime Unit, written by Mark Olshaker and John E. Douglas. The series co-stars Holt McCallany and Anna Torv.Read More
Last July, Groff reprised his starring role as Patrick in HBO’s Looking: The Movie, alongside Murray Bartlett, Russell Tovey and Derek Phillips. The film concluded the beloved series as Patrick (Groff) returned to San Francisco in search of closure and resolution regarding his previous relationships.
In the summer of 2015, Groff originated the role as King George III in the Pulitzer Prize winning production of Hamilton on Broadway. He received a Tony Award nomination in the category of “Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical” for his performance. The musical, written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, won 11 Tony Awards that year, including “Best Musical,” and also won the “Best Musical Theatre Album” Grammy Award for the original cast recording.
On screen, Groff voiced Kristoff, the male lead in the Disney animated film Frozen. The film won both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for “Best Animated Feature Film” and was released on November 10, 2013. He also appeared in American Sniper alongside Bradley Cooper. The film, which was released on November 11, 2014, earned an Academy Award Nomination for “Best Picture.”
In 2010, Groff appeared as the recurring character Jesse St. James, on the Emmy and Golden Globe award-winning show, Glee, created and produced by Ryan Murphy. Groff appeared alongside Lea Michele, Jane Lynch, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer and Kevin McHale as they attempt to escape the harsh realities of high school by joining a glee club.
Groff’s additional theatre credits include: Encores! Off-Center: A New Brain (City Center), The Bacchae (Delacorte Theatre); Hair (The Public Theatre); The Submission (MCC Theatre); Craig Lucas’ The Singing Forest (The Public Theatre) and Prayer for my Enemy at Playwrights Horizons (Obie Award winner); Deathtrap (West End) and Red (James Bridges Theatre, Los Angeles). Other film credits include: C.O.G., The Conspirator, Twelve Thirty, and Taking Woodstock. Other television credits include: “Boss,” “The Good Wife,” “The Normal Heart,” and “Looking.”
He currently resides in New York City.
Holt McCallany is one of Hollywood’s busiest actors. This fall he will star in David Fincher’s highly anticipated crime series MINDHUNTER for Netflix. Most recently he appeared in SHOT CALLER for director Ric Roman Waugh, and SULLY with Tom Hanks for director Clint Eastwood.
Last year Holt was seen in THE PERFECT GUY, RUN ALL NIGHT and BLACKHAT, and was president of the jury at the International Film Festival in Brussels, Belgium. Other notable film appearances include FIGHT CLUB, THREE KINGS, MEN OF HONOR, VANTAGE POINT, ALIEN 3, THE LOSERS, BELOW, and many more. Holt won rave reviews for his portrayal of a boxer with pugilistic dementia in the FX series LIGHTS OUT.Read More
Holt was born into a family of New York City actors; his mother was the renowned singer/actress Julie Wilson, and his father was a Tony Award winning actor and producer. He began school in Dublin, Ireland at the age of five before his parents moved back to NY. At 14 years old, he ran away from home and took a Greyhound bus to Los Angeles to pursue his dream of becoming an actor but his parents tracked him down and sent him back to Ireland to boarding school.
Following high school, Holt went to France to continue his education. He learned French at the Sorbonne, studied art history at the Paris American Academy, and theater at L’Ecole Marceau and L’Ecole Jacques Lecoq. He spent a summer studying Shakespeare in Oxford then moved back to New York City permanently to begin his acting career.
Holt splits his time between Los Angeles and New York City. An avid history buff, McCallany enjoys reading biographies. He produced and starred in a cabaret show in Paris honoring his mother’s 90th birthday.
Anna Torv is a graduate of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA). Since graduation, Anna has worked extensively in Australia, the UK and the US.
Anna’s most recent role in David Fincher’s much anticipated US series MINDHUNTER will be seen worldwide in its premiere season on Netflix in October 2017. Anna plays the role of “Wendy”, a psychologist, in a series exploring the nature of notorious serial killers.
In Australia, Anna was recently awarded “Most Outstanding Actress” in the 2017 TV Week Logie Awards for her role as “Harriet” in the critically acclaimed mini-series SECRET CITY, also starring Jackie Weaver and Damon Herriman.Read More
In film, Anna was nominated in 2016 for “Best Supporting Actress” in Simon Stone’s feature film THE DAUGHTER, alongside Geoffrey Rush and Miranda Otto. Other film roles include the soon to be released STEPHANIE by Akiva Goldsman; LOVE IS NOW; THE BOOK OF REVELATION and TRAVELLING LIGHT.
Television roles include five seasons playing the lead role of “Olivia Dunham” in JJ Abrams FRINGE, culminating in several Teen Choice Award nominations, two Saturn Awards for Best Actress, a Broadcast Critics nomination for Best Actress Drama, amongst others.
Other prominent television roles include playing “Gwendoline Churchill” in the mini-series DEADLINE GALLIPOLI for Matchbox Pictures; the role of “Virginia Grey” in the Emmy award-winning mini-series THE PACIFIC, produced by Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks; the role of “Alex” in the UK series MISTRESSES; and main cast roles in the Australian series’ THE SECRET LIFE OF US and YOUNG LIONS.
In theatre, Anna played “Anya” in THE CHERRY ORCHARD, directed by Howard Davies for Sydney Theatre Company; HAMLET’S“Ophelia” for the Bell Shakespeare Company; and the role of “Amelia” in THE CREDEAUX CANVAS.