Alden Ehrenreich stars in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World” as John, a subversive outsider who threatens to disrupt the stability of New London’s utopian society. Alden Ehrenreich has worked with some of the foremost directors in Hollywood including Francis Ford Coppola, Ron Howard, the Coen Brothers and Sofia Coppola. In 2018, Ehrenreich starred in “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” directed by Ron Howard. Additionally, he starred in the lead role of young soldier Bartle who has been exposed to the horrors of war in Iraq, and subsequently covers up the death of his best friend, in the film “The Yellow Birds” directed by Alex Moors. In 2016 Ehrenreich garnered critical acclaim for his role as Hobie Doyle in the Coen Brothers film “Hail, Caesar!” alongside Josh Brolin and Ralph Fiennes. Ehrenreich landed his first major role in 2009, playing the lead in Francis Ford Coppola’s semiautobiographical film “Tetro.” Additional film credits include Warren Beatty’s “Rules Don’t Apply,” “Blue Jasmine,” “Beautiful Creatures,” “Somewhere,” directed by Sofia Coppola; “Twixt,” directed by Francis Ford Coppola and “Stoker.” Ehrenreich attended the prestigious Gallatin School at New York University and while there, he created The Collectin, a group which focuses on the creative process in which films and performances might be built around the specific qualities of an actor. They created six original plays and five short films during their time in New York. Last year, he shot The Collectin’s first feature film, “Running Wild.”
Jessica Brown Findlay
Jessica Brown Findlay stars in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World” as Lenina Crowne, a Beta Plus Hatchery worker, who has begun to question her position within the strict social strata of the New World. Brown Findlay can currently be seen starring in “Harlots” opposite Samantha Morton. She is well known for her portrayal of Lady Sybil in the award-winning international hit series “Downton Abbey” – for which she and the cast won Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series at the 2013 SAG Awards. The series would go on to garner a total of 15 Emmy wins. Other notable television credits include an early lead role in the first season of “Black Mirror,” opposite Daniel Kaluuya; the lead role in Iain Softley’s limited series, “The Outcast”; and the mini-series “Jamaica Inn.” On the film side, Brown Findlay starred opposite James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe in “Victor Frankenstein” and in the romantic-drama “Winter’s Tale” opposite Colin Farrell. She was also seen as the lead role in Simon Aboud’s “This Beautiful Fantastic” with Tom Wilkinson and Andrew Scott. Most recently, she starred in director Mike Newell’s “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society.”
On the theater side, Brown Findlay starred last year in Robert Icke’s critically-acclaimed “Hamlet” at the Harold Pinter Theater in London on the West End. Later she reteamed with Icke for a reinvention of the play “Oresteia” at the Almeida Theater on the West End. Her feature film debut in 2011, “Albatross,” garnered her the nomination of Most Promising Newcomer at the British Independent Film Awards.
HARRY LLOYD as Bernard Marx
Harry Lloyd stars in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World” as Bernard Marx, an Alpha Plus who works as a counselor for The Bureau of Stability, administering Soma to the citizens of New London. Born and raised in the UK, Lloyd recently starred opposite JK Simmons in the critically-acclaimed drama series “Counterpart” and also appeared as Professor X in the third season of the hit series “Legion.” Lloyd is renowned for his role as Viserys Targaryen in “Game of Thrones.” His other television credits include “Manhattan” and “Wolf Hall.” Lloyd’s portrayal of Matty Becket in “The Fear” garnered him a Best Supporting Actor BAFTA nomination. In film, Lloyd appeared opposite Eddie Redmayne in the Academy Award nominated film “The Theory of Everything,” directed by James Marsh. His other film credits include “The Iron Lady” opposite Meryl Streep, “Jane Eyre” opposite Mia Wasikowska and “Anthropoid” opposite Cillian Murphy. Lloyd also appeared in “The Wife” opposite Glenn Close. Lloyd also produced and starred in “Big Significant Things,” which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival. On stage, Lloyd has performed in numerous productions on London’s West End, such as “The Duchess of Malfi,” “The Little Dog Laughed” and “A View From the Bridge.” His one-man show “Notes from Underground” received widespread attention for its clever adaptation of Dostoyevsky’s novella, which he staged in various theatre spaces in Paris and London. Lloyd wrote, directed and starred in “Supreme Tweeter,” a three-part online webseries with Maisie Williams, George R.R. Martin and Tasmin Greig. He currently resides in London.
Kylie Bunbury plays Frannie in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World.” Frannie is Lenina’s best friend, a Beta Plus who embraces her conditioning and New London’s social order. Bunbury launched her acting career playing one of the leads in the feature films “Prom” opposite Aimee Teegarden; and “The Sitter” opposite Jonah Hill, directed by David Gordon Green. Most recently, she starred in “Game Night” alongside Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams. She can currently be seen in Ava DuVernay’s “When They See Us” based on the true story of the Central Park Five.
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Bunbury’s past television roles include the first female professional Major League Baseball player in “Pitch.” She also starred in the murder mystery series “Twisted”; in the mini-series, “Tut” opposite Ben Kingsley; and in “Under the Dome.”
NINA SOSANYA as Mustafa Mond
Nina Sosanya plays Mustafa Mond in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World.” Mustafa Mond is a World Controller who is responsible for maintaining New London’s social structure and utopian promise. Sosanya is a British actress, who is best recognized for her parts on television as Lucy Freeman in “W1A,” as the gentle but steely Kate McKenzie in “Last Tango in Halifax,” and for her role on “Teachers.” Sosanya is currently in production on “Little Birds,” opposite Juno Temple. She can currently be seen as devout Satanist Sister Mary Loquacious in Neil Gaiman’s “Good Omens” and in “Killing Eve.” Her film work includes Ricky Gervais’ “David Brent: Life On The Road,” “Red Joan” with Judi Dench and “Love Actually.” Sosanya has also appeared on stage in the West End with Suranne Jones in “Frozen,” in the Chichester/National Theatre’s hit “Young Chekhov Season”; and “Elegy,” “Privacy” and “The Vote” at the Donmar Warehouse. She also appeared in Broadway’s “Cat On A Hot Tin Roof” which played at the Novello Theatre London.
JOSEPH MORGAN as CJack60
Joseph Morgan plays CJack60, an Epsilon relegated to physical, tedious jobs, who is deeply impacted after witnessing a horrifying incident, in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World.” Morgan is a multi-faceted actor who shot to fame in his role as Klaus Mikaelson on “The Vampire Diaries,” and later on the spin-off “The Originals.” Morgan also directed three episodes of “The Originals” and his role earned him a People’s Choice Award for Favorite Actor in a New Television Show. Morgan has appeared in small screen productions including “Doc Martin,” “Henry VIII” opposite Emily Blunt, “Eroica” and “Fantabulosa!” opposite Michael Sheen. On the big screen he has appeared in an eclectic mix of features, most recently as the lead in both the horror/thriller “Armistice” and the cult novel adaptation “Dermaphoria.” Morgan also starred in “Immortals” opposite Mickey Rourke and Henry Cavill, Harmony Korine’s film “Mister Lonely,” “Alexander” opposite Anthony Hopkins and Val Kilmer, and “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” alongside Russell Crowe. Morgan has appeared in numerous plays including “Joe Guy” and “Telstar” both in London’s West End. He can also be seen in season four of “Animal Kingdom.”
Sen Mitsuji plays Henry Foster in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World.” Henry Foster is an Alpha Plus in every way, who works alongside Bernard as a counselor at The Bureau of Stability.
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Sen Mitsuji recently starred as a series regular in “Origin.” His other roles include an upcoming series-long arc on “Altered Carbon,” as well as a recurring role in the upcoming final season of “The Man in the High Castle.”
Wilhelmina "Helm" Watson
Hannah John-Kamen plays Wilhelmina ‘Helm’ Watson, a hedonistic artist and New London’s premier maker of Feelies, in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World.” British actress John-Kamen can next be seen in “The Stranger,” an eight-part thriller based on Harlan Coben’s novel of the same name. She also stars in the upcoming action thriller “SAS: Red Notice” and “The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.” John-Kamen made her feature film debut in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” and in 2018 appeared in three studio feature films: “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” “Ready Player One” and “Tomb Raider.” Other notable credits include: “Black Mirror,” “Game of Thrones,” “The Tunnel,” “The Hour”, “Killjoys”, “Happy Valley,” “Banana and Cucumber” and “Misfits.”
Demi Moore will play Linda, John’s brash, hard-living mother, in Peacock’s upcoming drama “Brave New World.” Moore has proven herself to be one of the industry’s most accomplished performers, lending her talents to an array of revered films and television both in front of and behind the camera. She can currently be seen in Patrick Brice’s comedy “Corporate Animals,” opposite Ed Helms. Her early career featured her starring in iconic films such as “St. Elmo’s Fire.” She then went on to star in critically acclaimed and box office classics “A Few Good Men,” “Ghost,” “Indecent Proposal,” “Disclosure,” and “G.I. Jane.” She earned a Golden Globe Award nomination for her role in the 1950s-set miniseries “If These Walls Could Talk.” The miniseries, which she also produced, also received an Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Made for Television Movie. Moore enjoyed continued success on-screen with “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle,” “Bobby,” “Flawless Happy Tears,” and “The Joneses.” She followed those with the 2011 financial thriller, “Margin Call,” which received the Robert Altman Independent Spirit Award for Best Ensemble Cast, as well as the drama “Another Happy Day” opposite Ellen Barkin. In 2012, Moore directed the acclaimed original movie “Five,” an anthology of five short films exploring the impact of breast cancer on people’s lives. The film landed her a Director’s Guild Award Nomination. In 2019, Moore added author to her list of credits with her memoir “Inside Out.” Moore is also a co-founder of Thorn, a non-profit building technology to defend children from sexual abuse, exploitation and trafficking. She also co-stars in Tabrez Noorani’s film “Love Sonia,” the story of a young girl’s journey to rescue her sister from the dangerous world of international sex trafficking.