Cast

Matt McGorry

Matt McGorry stars as Asher Millstone in ABC’s hit series How to Get Away with Murder. He also plays the post-military newbie corrections officer John Bennett in the Emmy-nominated Netflix series Orange Is the New Black (2015 SAG Award: Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series). Other television appearances include TNT’s recent drama series Public Morals produced by Steven Spielberg and Edward Burns, as well as the Emmy-nominated crime drama Elementary. Recently, Matt served as the SAG Awards® 2015 Social Media Host.


Amy Hargreaves

Amy Hargreaves is New York based actress who works in film, television, and theater. Her film work includes: Todd Haynes' upcoming film Wonderstruck, the 2013 Cannes Prix FIPRESCI award-winning Blue Ruin, as well as The Preppie Connection, Michael Clayton, Shame, Delirious, Against the Current, and El Camino. On TV,  she plays Maggie Mathison on Showtime's Homeland.  For her role in the HBO original film Flashback, she was nominated for a CableACE Award for Guest Actress in a Dramatic Special or Series. She is currently filming the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, directed by Tom McCarthy, and based on the book by Jay Asher.


Britne Oldford

Britne Oldford burst onto the scene with her role as Cadie in the MTV series Skins. After a diverse body of television work ranging from ABC Family’s Ravenwood to the Emmy-winning American Horror Story, Britne is starring in the new SyFy series Hunters. She recently appeared in Adam Rapp’s acclaimed film Loitering with Intent, as well as the CW’s hit television series The Flash. 


Mark Blum

Mark co-stars in the Golden Globe-winning Amazon series Mozart In The Jungle as Union Bob. His extensive film work includes Shattering GlassDesperately Seeking Susan, and Crocodile Dundee. A highly-regarded character actor, Mark has appeared in guest roles on television shows including RoseanneSt. ElsewhereMiami ViceFrasierNYPD Blue, and Judging Amy. His extensive stage credits include roles in Richard Greenberg’s Tony Award-winning play “The Assembled Parties,” and the Broadway revival of Gore Vidal’s “The Best Man.”

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