Cast

  • Chris Denham

    Chris Denham starred in the critically acclaimed series Manhattan and can currently be seen in a pivotal role in season 2 of Showtime’s Billions.

    In film, Chris has worked with the best of the best including: Martin Scorsese (“Shutter Island”), Tony Gilroy (“Duplicity”), and Mike Nichols (“Charlie Wilson’s War.”) He appeared in last year’s ""Money Monster"" opposite George Clooney and Julia Roberts for director Jodie Foster. Previously he was seen in the Academy Award®-winning “Argo” and starred opposite Brit Marling in the Sundance favorite “Sound of My Voice.” “Preservation,” which he wrote and directed, premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.

    On stage, Chris most recently was seen opposite Al Pacino in the Broadway production of David Mamet's two-hander "China Doll."

    Chris Denham starred in the critically acclaimed series Manhattan and can currently be seen in a pivotal role in season 2 of Showtime’s Billions.

    In film, Chris has worked with the best of the best including: Martin Scorsese (“Shutter Island”), Tony Gilroy (“Duplicity”), and Mike Nichols (“Charlie Wilson’s War.”) He appeared in last year’s ""Money Monster"" opposite George Clooney and Julia Roberts for director Jodie Foster. Previously he was seen in the Academy Award®-winning “Argo” and starred opposite Brit Marling in the Sundance favorite “Sound of My Voice.” “Preservation,” which he wrote and directed, premiered at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival.

    On stage, Chris most recently was seen opposite Al Pacino in the Broadway production of David Mamet's two-hander "China Doll."

  • Nadja Bobyleva

    Nadja Bobyleva was born in 1983 in Moscow. At the age of seven, Nadja began taking classes at the Class Centre school for art and theatre. Her family immigrated to Germany when she was nine, residing in Cologne and she received acting training from her mother, Natalia Bobyleva, and Bettina Dorn. This training later served as a base for her first engagement in 2000 as the punk girl Asi in ENGEL & JOE, followed by offers for various roles in film and TV. In 2002, Nadja started her theatre studies at the Theatre Academy in Hannover and, in parallel, spent a year abroad at the State Theatre Arts Academy in St. Petersburg in 2004. After completing her studies in Hannover in 2006, Nadja accepted an offer from the company of the Thetare an der Glocksee, where she played Laura in THE GLASMENAGIERY, among other plays. Later, Nadja moved to Los Angeles and became a member of the Laboratory Artworx Theatre.

    In 2004 she was honoured with the Günter Strack Award for her performances in the TV movies GETTING A LIFE and TATORT- Janus. Previous to that, she was nominated for the Förderpreis...

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    Nadja Bobyleva was born in 1983 in Moscow. At the age of seven, Nadja began taking classes at the Class Centre school for art and theatre. Her family immigrated to Germany when she was nine, residing in Cologne and she received acting training from her mother, Natalia Bobyleva, and Bettina Dorn. This training later served as a base for her first engagement in 2000 as the punk girl Asi in ENGEL & JOE, followed by offers for various roles in film and TV. In 2002, Nadja started her theatre studies at the Theatre Academy in Hannover and, in parallel, spent a year abroad at the State Theatre Arts Academy in St. Petersburg in 2004. After completing her studies in Hannover in 2006, Nadja accepted an offer from the company of the Thetare an der Glocksee, where she played Laura in THE GLASMENAGIERY, among other plays. Later, Nadja moved to Los Angeles and became a member of the Laboratory Artworx Theatre.

    In 2004 she was honoured with the Günter Strack Award for her performances in the TV movies GETTING A LIFE and TATORT- Janus. Previous to that, she was nominated for the Förderpreis Deutscher Film Award for the part of Klara in GETTING A LIFE. Nadja is always seeking new challenges in her acting career. She writes and directs her own short films and recently completed her studies to become a tea-sommelier.

  • Catherine Curtin

    Catherine Curtin recently joined the cast of the Netflix hit series Stranger Things and will continue to recur in the HBO series Insecure – Season 2. For 4 seasons, she appeared as Wanda Bell in Orange is the New Black – Winner of 2 SAG Awards for Best Ensemble 2015 and 2016. Upcoming films: Crazy Famous, Breaking Brooklyn, Catfight, Beautymark. Theatre: Consent (Steinberg Center); Silverman (EST); Cloven Tongues (Wild Project); The Lady from Dubuque (Signature); Aunt Dan N Lemon (The New Group); So Help Me God (Lucille Lortel). Janis Joplin in Love, Janis, Off-Broadway (Joseph Jeff nomination, Best Actress). Other Film Credits: Wolf of Wall Street, Bourne Supremacy, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Revolutionary Road, Cricket Head (Winner Best Actress, Monaco International Film Festival & Special Jury Price, Best Actress in a Comedy, Clermont Ferrand International Film Festival). Other Television: Bull, Blue Bloods, Mindhunter, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Leftovers, Pam Am, 30 Rock, Law & Order/CI, The Naked Brothers Band. Member of The Actor’s Studio and The Ensemble...

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    Catherine Curtin recently joined the cast of the Netflix hit series Stranger Things and will continue to recur in the HBO series Insecure – Season 2. For 4 seasons, she appeared as Wanda Bell in Orange is the New Black – Winner of 2 SAG Awards for Best Ensemble 2015 and 2016. Upcoming films: Crazy Famous, Breaking Brooklyn, Catfight, Beautymark. Theatre: Consent (Steinberg Center); Silverman (EST); Cloven Tongues (Wild Project); The Lady from Dubuque (Signature); Aunt Dan N Lemon (The New Group); So Help Me God (Lucille Lortel). Janis Joplin in Love, Janis, Off-Broadway (Joseph Jeff nomination, Best Actress). Other Film Credits: Wolf of Wall Street, Bourne Supremacy, Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close, Revolutionary Road, Cricket Head (Winner Best Actress, Monaco International Film Festival & Special Jury Price, Best Actress in a Comedy, Clermont Ferrand International Film Festival). Other Television: Bull, Blue Bloods, Mindhunter, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Leftovers, Pam Am, 30 Rock, Law & Order/CI, The Naked Brothers Band. Member of The Actor’s Studio and The Ensemble Studio Theatre. Graduate of Princeton University.

  • Aaron Koontz

    Aaron is the head of Austin-based genre production company, Paper Street Pictures, and serves as Writer, Producer, Director and Editor for their projects. A former Full Sail grad, Aaron has over a decade of experience in the entertainment industry with over 25 credits to his name, including working crew on large-scale studio feature films like 2 FAST 2 FURIOUS and THE PUNISHER.

    For Paper Street, Aaron has written and directed multiple award winning short films, including the 2012 ghost story MALEVOLENCE, the psychological thriller APERTURE, and horror comedy THE EL CHUPUGCABRA; which premiered at the Mile High Film Festival in Denver. His latest short film, the gritty drama HONOR STUDENT, premiered at the Telluride Horror Show and screened internationally at Scotland’s Dead By Dawn Horror Film Festival.

    Aaron also had the honor to serve as Executive Producer of the horror feature STARRY EYES, which was a breakout hit at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, reached #2 in the iTunes Horror Charts and was named the best horror film of the year from Bloody Disgusting and Complex Magazine....

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    Aaron is the head of Austin-based genre production company, Paper Street Pictures, and serves as Writer, Producer, Director and Editor for their projects. A former Full Sail grad, Aaron has over a decade of experience in the entertainment industry with over 25 credits to his name, including working crew on large-scale studio feature films like 2 FAST 2 FURIOUS and THE PUNISHER.

    For Paper Street, Aaron has written and directed multiple award winning short films, including the 2012 ghost story MALEVOLENCE, the psychological thriller APERTURE, and horror comedy THE EL CHUPUGCABRA; which premiered at the Mile High Film Festival in Denver. His latest short film, the gritty drama HONOR STUDENT, premiered at the Telluride Horror Show and screened internationally at Scotland’s Dead By Dawn Horror Film Festival.

    Aaron also had the honor to serve as Executive Producer of the horror feature STARRY EYES, which was a breakout hit at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, reached #2 in the iTunes Horror Charts and was named the best horror film of the year from Bloody Disgusting and Complex Magazine. The Horror-Thriller CAMERA OBSCURA for NBC-Universal and Chiller Films is Aaron’s directorial debut. He also served as a Writer and Producer on the project.