THE CAST

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PATRICIA CLARKSON as Lilly Ledbetter

Patricia Clarkson stars as Lilly Ledbetter. Her accolades include an Academy Award nomination, multiple Screen Actors Guild and Tony Award nominations, with numerous Golden Globe, Emmys, National Society of Film Critics, and British Independent Film Awards. 

 

Ms. Clarkson won a Golden Globe and an Emmy nomination in the HBO series SHARP OBJECTS. Some of her feature film credits include GOOD NIGHT AND GOOD LUCK, THE GREEN MILE, THE STATION AGENT, and PIECES OF APRIL, for which she was nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe. Notable television credits include HOUSE OF CARDS and SIX FEET UNDER. 

In theatre, she is best known for her Tony-nominated performance in the Broadway production of THE ELEPHANT MAN co-starring with Bradley Cooper, and as Blanche DuBois in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE at The Kennedy Center. Born and raised in New Orleans, her mother was a multi-termed city councilwoman. Ms. Clarkson earned an MFA from Yale School of Drama.

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JOSH LUCAS as Charles Ledbetter

Josh Lucas plays Lilly’s beloved husband Charles, bringing to life their deeply felt love story while going through his own dramatic arc as her emotional rock.

 

Most recently, Mr. Lucas has been seen in the film FORD VS. FERRARI, as well as the Peacock television series YELLOWSTONE in which he plays the young version of Kevin Costner’s character, John Dutton. He has collaborated with Steven Spielberg, Frank Marshall, Ang Lee, and Clint Eastwood. Fans know him from his roles in AMERICAN PSYCHO, A BEAUTIFUL MIND, AND SWEET HOME ALABAMA. 

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THOMAS SADOSKI as Jon Goldfarb

Thomas Sadoski is a Tony nominated theater, film, and television actor, who will play Lilly’s tenacious civil rights lawyer, Jon Goldfarb. Mr. Sadoski's film and TV credits include Aaron Sorkin’s THE NEWSROOM, LIFE IN PIECES, and WILD. Sadoski began his theater career in the Off-Broadway production of THIS IS OUR YOUTH, the critically acclaimed play by Kenneth Lonergan. He later went on to originate the role of Greg in Neil LaBute’s play REASONS TO BE PRETTY, which garnered him a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination.