Mireille Enos is a Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe nominee, the latter for her performance as Outstanding Lead Actress for her role as Sarah Linden
From 2007-2010, Enos starred in the HBO drama “Big Love.” Impressed by her range and versatility producers gave Enos as double role to play twins Jodean and Kathy Marquardt. Critics commended Enos on her finely nuanced performance, heralding her as “the actress who best captured the out-of-time otherness of compound life.”
In 2009, Enos returned to the state in Joanna Murray-Smith’s comedy The Female of the Species at the Geffen Playhouse. In 2005 Enos won the role of Honey in the Broadway revival of Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, which earned her a Tony nomination for Best Featured Actress in a Play. Enos joined the original case when the play was transferred to London’s West End in 2006.
Born to an American father and French mother, Enos was raised in Houston, Texas, where she attended schools for the dramatic arts. When studying acting her third year at Brigham Young University, she was invited to join a two-month project at the Classic Stage Company in New York City. She bought a one-way bus pass and the rest, as they say, is history.
Enos’s upcoming credits include the Marc-Forster-directed World War Z opposite Brad Pit. She will also appear opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sam Worthington in Ten in 2013. Enos is also slated to star opposite Reese Witherspoon and Colin Firth in Atom Egoyan’s Devil’s Knot and Ryan Reynolds, Scott Speedman, and Rosario Dawson in The Queen of the Night.
Enos also appeared as Connie O’Mara in Gangster Squad opposite Ryan Gosling, Sean Penn, and Josh Brolin, available on DVD and Blu-Ray on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
JOEL KINNAMAN AS STEPHEN HOLDER
Rising star Joel Kinnaman has quickly become a highly sought-after actor following his starring role in the Swedish film, Snabba Cash, the highest grossing Swedish film ever made. Kinnaman won the 2011 Guldbagge Award-the Swedish equivalent for the Academy Award-for Best Actor for his work in the film. Kinnaman received his first nomination for a Guldbagge Award in 2010 for the Best Actor in a Support Role for his role in the Swedish mini-series, “Johan Falk.”
Kinnaman captured the attention of Hollywood when he screen tested for the lead roles in Fury Road and Thor. Shortly thereafter, he relocated to Los Angeles and was cast in “The Killing” as the gritty Stephen Holder, a highly praised performance many critics felt worthy of an Emmy and Golden Globe nomination as Best Actor in a Supporting Role.
Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Kinnaman is a graduate of the prestigious Swedish Academic School of Drama. He appeared in the starring role in the movie, Robocop.
SEASON 4 CAST
Frances Fisher as Sarah Linden’s Mother
Gregg Henry as Carl Reddick
Levi Meaden as AJ Fielding
Sterling Beaumon as Lincoln Knopf
Tyler Ross As Cameron Stanton
Joan Allen as Margaret O’Neal