Born and raised in Atlanta, GA but currently residing in New York, Chris Lowell studied film production at the University of Southern California before continuing his studies at the New School. He is also an alumnus of the highly respected Sundance Labs.
Audiences will next see Chris in the second season of Jenji Kohan’s Netflix series Glow opposite Alison Brie and Marc Maron, which was nominated for the 2018 SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series. He was last seen in the Epix series Graves opposite Nick Nolte, and recently starred in the play Kinship, opposite Cynthia Nixon, at the Williamstown Theater Festival.Read More
Previously, Chris appeared in Josh Marston’s Complete Unknown, opposite Rachel Weisz, Michael Shannon and Kathy Bates, as well as Wayne Roberts’s Katie Says Goodbye, opposite Mireille Enos and Olivia Cooke. Chris starred in the critically lauded FOX show Enlisted created by Kevin Biegel. as well as the Veronica Mars feature film, based on the cult TV show with Kristen Bell. He also received praise for his performance in The Debate Society’s acclaimed play, Jacuzzi.
In addition, Chris saw the theatrical release of his directorial debut, Beside Still Waters, through Tribeca Film. His other feature film credits include Up in the Air and The Help (for which he received a SAG Award and a National Board of Review Award for his work).
Chris has also built a successful career as a fine art photographer. His work is included in the Elton John Collection and the Sovereign Collection. His most recent exhibit, “Thirty-One Days” opened alongside Vivian Maier at the Jackson Fine Art gallery.
A Golden Globe and SAG Award nominated actress, Alison Brie is one of the industry’s most talented leading ladies.
Brie currently stars in Netflix’s critically acclaimed show GLOW, which is executive produced by Jenji Kohan and co-created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch. Alison received rave reviews for her performance and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award, Critics Choice Award and SAG Award for “Best Actress in a Comedy Series.” The show was also nominated for a SAG Award for “Outstanding Performance Read More
On the big screen, she recently starred in Steven Spielberg’s THE POST playing Meryl Streep’s daughter. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for “Best Motion Picture” and also received a Golden Globe Award nomination for “Best Motion Picture – Drama” and a Critics Choice Award nomination for “Best Picture” and “Best Acting Ensemble.”
She also starred in James Franco’s THE DISASTER ARTIST, which was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and Critics Choice Award for “Best Comedy.”
Brie is well known to TV audiences for her role as the adorable but tightly wound Annie Edison, on the hit comedy COMMUNITY and as Trudy Campbell on AMC’s Emmy Award-winning drama MAD MEN. She also appeared in the Amazon original mini-series JULIAN FELLOWES PRESENTS: DOCTOR THORNE.
In 2015, Brie starred in the comedy HOW TO BE SINGLE opposite Dakota Johnson, Leslie Mann and Rebel Wilson. The film was released by Warner Bros. and grossed over $110 million worldwide.
Brie has had five films premiere at the Sundance Film Festival and they include Jeff Baena’s THE LITTLE HOURS in 2016; Jeff Baena’s JOSHY and Leslye Headland’s SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE opposite Jason Sudeikis in 2015; Jordan Vogt-Roberts’ THE KINGS OF SUMMER opposite Nick Offerman and Megan Mullaly in 2013 and SAVE THE DATE opposite Lizzie Caplan in 2012.
Her other film credits include: GET HARD opposite Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart, THE FIVE YEAR ENGAGEMENT opposite Emily Blunt and Jason Segel, SCREAM 4 opposite Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Neve Campbell and MONTANA AMAZON opposite Olympia Dukakis and Haley Joel Osment.
Her voice over work includes playing “Uni-Kitty” in THE LEGO MOVIE , which grossed over $400 million worldwide and voicing the character of Diane in Netflix’s first original adult animated series, BO JACK HORSEMAN. For that role, Alison received a 2017 Annie Award nomination for “Outstanding Achievement in Voice Acting in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production.”
She is also a producer on the TV LAND series TEACHERS, which follows six elementary school teachers who are dedicated to their students but don’t have it together in their personal lives.
Brie attended the California Institute of the Arts where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in acting and also studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, Scotland. Upon graduation, she performed on stage in the Blank Theatre Company’s Young Playwright’s festival and in shows at the Odyssey, Write-Act and Rubicon Theatres, where she received an Indy Award for her haunting performance as Ophelia in the Rubicon’s production of “Hamlet.”
best known from her breakout role as Cherry Bang on the hit Netflix series, “GLOW” but that’s not where her credits end.
Noel stars in “GLOW” on Netflix, opposite Alison Brie, Betty Gilpin and Marc Maron, and executive produced by Jenji Kohan. The series follows a group of misfits and unlikely friends in LA in the 1980’s as they reinvent themselves as the “The Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.” The first season garnered acclaim from both critics Read More
Adding to her breakthrough year, Noel was a Dora Milaje in Marvel’s BLACK PANTHER, the third highest-grossing film of all time. BLACK PANTHER gave Marvel its biggest opening week ever, defeating THE AVENGERS and exceeding the TITANIC. This Marvel film is the highest-grossing superhero film yet.
Noel recurs as Samanda Watson on CW’s “Arrow” for season 6 and the upcoming season 7. She will also be seen in upcoming movies THE CLEARING starring opposite Aundrea Smith, Liam McIntyre and Steven Swadling; and DAUGHTER OF THE WOLF starring opposite Gina Carano, Richard Dreyfuss and Brendan Fehr.
Noel is from Hollywood, Florida, but currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
Liz is currently running the Netflix series GLOW, which she co-created with Carly Mensch. She wrote on all six seasons of NURSE JACKIE and was an Executive Producer on the show, and Consulting Producer on Season 5 Homeland. Liz and her husband Jeff Cox co-wrote ADULT BEGINNERS, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival and was acquired by Radius-TWC, starring Rose Byrne, Nick Kroll and Bobby Cannavale. Liz is an accomplished playwright, her play THE MADRID Read More
Carly is currently running the Netflix series GLOW, which she co-created with Liz Flahive. She was a Supervising Producer on ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, wrote on NURSE JACKIE as a Producer then a Supervising Producer for two seasons, and WEEDS as a writer for three seasons. She is a playwright with an MFA from Julliard.
In television, theatre and film, Gayle Rankin is establishing herself as one of the most gifted young actresses inthe industry. She is a graduate of the prestigious Julliard School, Group 40 and is the only Scottish graduate ofthe conservatory.Read More
2017, created by Liz Flahive (“Nurse Jackie”) and executive produced by Jenji Kohan (“Orange is the New
Black”). Rankin appears as “Sheila the She Wolf.” The series is based on the 1980’s professional wrestling
league, Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling. She stars opposite Allison Brie, Betty Gilpin, Marc Maron and more.
Rankin also starred as “Ophelia” opposite Oscar Isaac in Hamlet, an exciting off Broadway Revival at the
Public Theater opening last June 2017. The cast included Keegan Michael Key, Peter Friedman, Roberta
Colindrez, Matthew Saldivar and Anatol Yusef. The production was directed by Tony Winner Sam Gold.
On screen, Rankin can be seen as “Pam” in the recent Noah Baumbach film, “The Meyerowitz Stories.” The
film based on an estranged family that gathers together in New York for an event celebrating the artistic work
of their father, premiered at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. She is currently filming two indie features, “Blow
the Man Down” opposite June Squibb and Alex Ross Perry’s, “Her Smell” opposite Elizabeth Moss.
Rankin garnered recognition for her portrayal of “Fraulien Kost” in Cabaret on Broadway in 2014, directed by
Sam Mendes.Rankin was nominated for an Astaire Award for “Outstanding Female Dancer in a Broadway
Show. Her performance was praised by critics, Marilyn Stasio of Variety said, “There seems to be no limits to
Gayle Rankin’s skills; she’s funny and frightening as the house prostitute Fraulein Kost and truly formidable
when she begins the choral singing on “Tomorrow Belongs to Me.”
Additional Theatre Credits include “Bianca” in The Taming of the Shrew, at The Public Theater in 2016 directed
by Phyllida Lloyd and “Charlotte” in The Mystery of Love and Sex at the Lincoln Theater in 2015, directed by
Sam Gold. Lastly, Rankin appeared as “Ruth” in Tribes, directed by David Cromer at Barrow Street Theater in
L.A in 2012.
Rankin can next be seen in “Irreplaceable You,” directed by Stephanie Laing. Rankin plays “Mira”, alongside
cast members Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Michael Huisman, Christopher Walken, Claire Holt, Steve Coogan, Jacki
Weaver and Timothy Simons. The film tells the story of Abbie and Sam, soulmates since the age of 8, who
were destined to be together forever until death got in the way. Other notable film roles include: “The Passing
Season” (2016), “Girl Wakes Up” (2015), “Buzzer” (2015), “The Meeting” (2014), “It Goes Quiet” (2013), “Frank
the Bastard” (2013), “The Missionary” (2013) and “Warfield” (2012).
Rankin currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.