galería The Boys; cuando tu sueños de niño se vuelven una pesadilla


When Hughie (Jack Quaid, “The Hunger Games”) suffers a devastating loss at the hands of a reckless Supe his devastation turns to outrage when he discovers there is no legal recourse for victims of collateral superhero damage. While still reeling from his trauma Hughie meets a mysterious operative, Billy Butcher (Karl Urban, “Star Trek”), who recruits him to join in his pursuit of some vigilante justice against the Supes—who are not exactly what they seem.

“The Boys” is a fun and irreverent take on what happens when superheroes – who are as popular as celebrities, as influential as politicians and as revered as Gods – abuse their superpowers rather than use them for good. It’s the powerless against the super powerful as The Boys embark on a heroic quest to expose the truth about The Seven, and Vought – the multi-billion dollar conglomerate that manages these superheroes and covers up all of their dirty secrets.

The Boys are rounded out by Mother’s Milk (Laz Alonso, “Detroit”), Frenchie (Tomer Capon, “Hostages”), and The Female (Karen Fukuhara, “Suicide Squad”). Simon Pegg (“Mission: Impossible – Fallout”) guest stars as Hughie’s father.

The Supes of The Seven are led by Homelander (Antony Starr, “Banshee”) who is joined by Starlight (Erin Moriarty, “Captain Fantastic”), Queen Maeve (Dominique McElligott, “House of Cards”), A-Train (Jessie T. Usher, “Independence Day: Resurgence”), The Deep (Chace Crawford, “Gossip Girl”) and Black Noir (Nathan Mitchell, “Supernatural”).

Academy Award® nominee Elisabeth Shue (“Leaving Las Vegas”) stars as Madelyn Stillwell, Vought’s Senior VP of Hero Management.

Based on The New York Times best-selling comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson, “The Boys” was developed by showrunner Eric Kripke (“Supernatural”), who also serves as writer, executive producer and directed the season finale. Joining Kripke as executive producers are Point Grey Pictures’ Seth Rogen (“Preacher”), Evan Goldberg (“Preacher”), and James Weaver (“Preacher”), Original Film’s Neal H. Moritz (“Prison Break”), Pavun Shetty (“New Girl”) and Ori Marmur (“Preacher”), as well as Ken Levin and Jason Netter. Ennis and Robertson also co-executive produce. The pilot episode was directed by Dan Trachtenberg (“10 Cloverfield Lane”).

The eight-episode Amazon Prime Video original series is co-produced by Amazon Studios and Sony Pictures Television Studios with Point Grey Pictures, Kripke Enterprises and Original Film.


Cast Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Capon, Karen Fukuhara, Nathan Mitchell, Elisabeth Shue

Developed by Eric Kripke

Executive Producers Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, Neal H. Moritz, Pavun Shetty, Ori Marmur, Ken F. Levin, Jason Netter

Producer Hartley Gorenstein

Co-Executive Producers Garth Ennis, Darick Robertson, Craig Rosenberg, Anne Cofell Saunders, Phil Sgriccia, Rebecca Sonnenshine

Writers Eric Kripke, George Mastras, Craig Rosenberg, Anne
Cofell Saunders, Rebecca Sonnenshine, Ellie Monahan,

Directors Dan Trachtenberg, Matt Shakman, Phil Sgriccia,
Fred Toye, Stefan Schwartz, Jennifer Phang, Dan Attias, Eric Kripke

Directors of Photography Jeff Cutter, Evans Brown, Jeremy Benning,
Dylan MacLeod

Production Designer Dave Blass

Supersuit Designer Laura Jean Shannon

Costume Designers Carrie Grace and Joyce Schure

Editors David Trachtenberg, Nona Khodai, David Kaldor,
Cedric Nairn-Smith

VFX Supervisor Stephan Fleet

VFX Producer Phillip Hoffman

Composer Christopher Lennertz

Music Supervisors Manish Raval and Tom Wolfe

Casting Directors Robert Ulrich and Alex Newman (Los Angeles);
Jenny Lewis and Sara Kay (Canada); Eric Dawson, Carol Kritzer

Origination Toronto, Canada


Dave Blass serves as the Production Designer on the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Blass grew up in Ashland, MA, and received his degree from Emerson College in Boston.

Arriving in Los Angeles, he followed in the footsteps of many, working at Roger Corman’s shop in Venice and learning how to design on a dime. After some 20 films, he made his first foray into television as the Production Designer on the Sci-Fi Channel graphic novel-style series, “The Black Scorpion.” The children’s film “Labou” signalled his return to scripted work, followed by his work on “Cold Case,” and eventually taking on production design duties on the FX hit series “Justified.” Blass received two Emmy® nominations for his work on “Justified,” as well as the honor of being made Kentucky Colonel by the State of Kentucky. After “Justified,” he moved to NBC where he designed the series “Constantine,” based on the graphic novel “Hellblazer,” for which he garnered his third Emmy nomination for production design. The series “Rectify,” “Pitch” and “Secrets and Lies” followed, before he returned to graphic novels with AMC’s “Preacher,” produced and directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. He received his third Art Directors Guild Award nomination for his design work on “Preacher.”

“The Boys” marks the third graphic novel by Garth Ennis that Blass has translated to the screen.


Eric Kripke is the creator, executive producer and showrunner of the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys,” based on the infamous, New York Times best-selling comic by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. Kripke also directed the season finale.

Kripke also served as co-creator, executive producer and co-showrunner of the NBC time travel adventure series “Timeless,” along with Shawn Ryan. Previously, he served as creator, executive producer and showrunner of NBC’s hit drama “Revolution” (produced by JJ Abrams’ Bad Robot, with the pilot directed by “Ironman” director Jon Favreau) and the long-running CW series “Supernatural,” now in its fourteenth season, which makes it the longest running genre show in American history. Prior to that, Kripke wrote and executive produced the WB series “Tarzan.”

In addition to his work in television, Kripke produced and wrote the screenplay for “The House with a Clock in Its Walls,” based on the classic children’s novel by John Bellairs (with illustrations by Edward Gorey) starring Jack Black, Cate Blanchett, Kyle MacLachlan, and Owen Vaccaro, which premiered in September 2018 from Amblin Entertainment and Universal. Kripke also wrote and co-produced Screen Gems “Boogeyman” produced by Sam Raimi (“Spiderman”) and Rob Tapert (“The Grudge”).

In 2016, Kripke made his comic book debut, teaming with veteran artists John Higgins and Glenn Fabry to create the original series “Jacked” for Vertigo Comic.

Kripke hails from Toledo, Ohio, and is a graduate of the USC School of Cinema-Television.


Evan Goldberg serves as executive producer on the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Goldberg is a director, screenwriter and producer. He is known for co-writing and co-directing “This Is the End” and “The Interview” with longtime collaborator Seth Rogen; co-writing “Superbad,” “Pineapple Express,” “The Night Before,” “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising” and “Sausage Party”; as well as executive producing “Knocked Up” and “Funny People.”

In 2011, Goldberg alongside Seth Rogen, founded Point Grey Pictures, a production company dedicated to creating multi-genre film and television content anchored in dynamic, authentic and passionate storytelling. Through Point Grey, Goldberg has produced a diverse slate of films such as “50/50,” “Goon,“ “Neighbors,” “Blockers” and the Academy Award®-nominated “The Disaster Artist.” Under the Point Grey banner, Goldberg’s latest title includes Jonathan Levine’s romantic comedy “Long Shot” starring Rogen and Charlize Theron, which won the Audience Award at the SXSW Film Festival. Upcoming Goldberg is producing Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky’s film “Good Boys,” starring Jacob Tremblay, which played to great acclaim at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival and is set for release in August by Universal.

In the television space, Goldberg also produces “Future Man,” which just released its second season on Hulu; “Black Monday,” which wrapped its first season on Showtime; “Preacher,” which is in production on its fourth season on AMC.


Hartley Gorenstein is a producer on the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

A renowned producer whose films have achieved both critical and popular success, Gorenstein’s credits include the acclaimed feature “Room,” starring Brie Larson, Jacob Tremblay, Sean Bridgers, Joan Allen and William H. Macy. Nominated for four Academy Awards® including Best Picture, the film garnered an Oscar®, a Golden Globe®, and a BAFTA Award for lead actress, Larson.

More recently, Gorenstein produced the highly anticipated film “Polar,” directed by legendary music video director Jonas Åkerlund whose music videos for such artists as Beyoncé, Madonna, U2, Lady Gaga, Metallica, Coldplay, Rolling Stones, Britney Spears, and Smashing Pumpkins have won him numerous Grammy and MTV Music Video Awards.

Other recent producing credits include “The Grizzlies,” by first-time director Miranda de Pencier (who recently produced an adaptation of Chekhov’s “The Seagull” starring Elisabeth Moss and Saoirse Ronan). Shot entirely on location in the Arctic, the film is about a small town struggling with the highest suicide rate in North America, where a group of Inuit students’ lives are transformed when they are introduced to the sport of lacrosse.

Additionally, he produced “Goon: Last of the Enforcers,” starring Seann William Scott, Jay Baruchel and Liev Schreiber. Directed by Baruchel, the feature is a continuation of the popular hockey comedy “Goon,” which Gorenstein also produced.

Gorenstein served as executive producer on “The F Word” and the Copperheart Film, “Wolves,” and was involved in producing the new finale of Sony’s “Flatliners” starring Ellen Page, Diego Luna, James Norton, Nina Dobrev and Kiersey Clemons. Included among his more recent credits as line producer are the Sony Screen Gems films “Silent Hill: Revelation 3D,” “Resident Evil: Retribution,” “The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones” and “All Saints Day,” and Warner Bros. “Orphan,” which received a Teen Choice Award nomination. Other credits include “The Lazarus Project” for Sony Pictures, as well as Canadian director Clement Virgo’s critically acclaimed “Poor Boy’s Game,” which garnered three Genie nominations and Lie With Me, which was nominated for two Genies.

For television, Gorenstein produced three seasons of the popular series “Man Seeking Woman” for FX, as well as the pilot for the breakout hit series “The Bold Type.” He will next produce “What We Do in the Shadows,” a half-hour comedy series for FX based on Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi’s popular mockumentary horror film. The series will be executive produced by Clement and Waititi, along with Scott Rudin, Paul Simms, Garrett Basch and Eli Bush.

A native of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Gorenstein graduated from the University of Winnipeg with a B.A. He studied law at the University of Sheffield, England, graduating with Honors, and went on to receive a Masters degree in Biotechnical Law & Ethics, graduating with Merit.


James Weaver serves as executive producer on the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Weaver is the President of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s production company, Point Grey Pictures. Weaver recently produced the Golden Globe® nominated feature “The Disaster Artist,” alongside Rogen, Goldberg and director/star James Franco.

Other credits include “Sausage Party,” “The Night Before,” “The Interview,” “This Is the End,” “Blockers,” and the “Neighbors” franchise, which grossed over $300 million dollars worldwide. Weaver is also an executive producer on “Future Man,” Point Grey’s half-hour comedy for Hulu that premiered in November 2017. Weaver first met Rogen and Goldberg while working at United Talent Agency (UTA) and he went on to serve as associate producer on “50/50.”


Neal H. Moritz serves as executive producer on the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Moritz is the founder of Original Film and one of the most prolific producers in Hollywood today. Best known for the “Fast & Furious” films, including “Furious 7,” which broke multiple box office record to become the sixth highest grossing movie of all time, Moritz has produced over 50 major motion pictures, which have earned a total of over $10 billion worldwide.

Moritz most recently released “The Fate of the Furious,” the eighth installment in the “Fast” franchise and currently has seven projects in various stages of production, including: “Sonic the Hedgehog,” based on Sega’s popular video game for, Paramount; “Bloodshot,” based on the Valiant comic series, for Sony; “Wonderland,” based on the Spenser for Hire novels at Netflix; and a continuation of the “Fast” franchise for Universal, “Hobbs & Shaw.” He is currently completing “Escape Room” and the sequel to “Goosebumps” for Sony, and an adaptation of the NY Times best seller “The Art of Racing in the Rain,” for Fox 2000.

Additional film credits include “21” and “22 Jump Street,” “Passengers,” “Goosebumps,” “Jack the Giant Slayer,” “Total Recall,” “The Change-Up,” “Battle: Los Angeles,” “The Green Hornet,” “The Bounty Hunter,” “I Am Legend,” “Vantage Point,” “Made of Honor,” “Evan Almighty,” “Gridiron Gang,” “Click,” “S.W.A.T.,” “Sweet Home Alabama,” “XXX,” “Out of Time,” “Blue Streak,” “The Skulls,” “Cruel Intentions,” “Urban Legend,” “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” “Volcano,” and “Juice.”

Moritz has a successful television business with several series on the air, including “Preacher,” based on the popular graphic novels, which was recently picked up for a fourth season by AMC, “Happy!” which will return for a second season for SyFy, and reboots of “SWAT” on CBS and “Prison Break” on Fox. Past television credits include the HBO movie “The Rat Pack,” which earned 11 Primetime Emmy® nominations, Showtime’s highly acclaimed “The Big C,” and the NBC series “Save Me.”

A Los Angeles native, Moritz completed his undergraduate studies in economics at UCLA before earning a graduate degree from the Peter Stark Producing Program at the University of Southern California.


Pavun Shetty serves as Executive Producer on the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Shetty is the Head of Television for Original Film, where he has been since July 2015. In this role, he oversees all television development and production under Original’s deal with Sony Television, which includes drama and comedy programming for both broadcast and cable. In addition to “The Boys,” Shetty executive produces the series “SWAT” for CBS and “Happy!” for SyFy, both of which are heading into their second seasons.

Prior to his time at Original, Shetty was Senior Vice President of Comedy for Chernin Entertainment. In this position, he served as Co-Executive Producer on the award-winning series “New Girl” on Fox and also produced critical favorites “Ben & Kate” and the animated “Allen Gregory.” Additionally, he oversaw all live-action and animated comedy development and current series, producing numerous network and cable projects for 20th Century Fox.

Before joining Chernin, Shetty served as Vice President of Development and New Content for Broadway Video, where he managed the award-winning series “Saturday Night Live” and “30 Rock.” He also handled all aspects of new television development and contributed to film production through the Michaels Goldwyn Company at Paramount Studios.

Previously, he was Manager of Drama Programming for NBC Entertainment, where he covered both development and current series, including the international co-productions “Crusoe,” “XIII,” “The Philanthropist,” and “Merlin.”

Shetty began his tenure with NBC Entertainment as the Associate for Primetime Development, a position in which he played a key role on all drama development projects including “Life,” “Chuck,” “Bionic Woman,” and “Journeyman.”

A 2003 alumnus of the esteemed NBC Entertainment Page Program in New York City, Shetty went on to serve as the assistant to “Saturday Night Live” creator Lorne Michaels in 2004.

Shetty was raised in the suburbs of Chicago and currently resides in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he majored in Marketing and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.


Seth Rogen serves as Executive Producer on the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Rogen is an actor, writer, producer, director, entrepreneur and philanthropist whose films and TV projects have had an impressive impact on popular culture and box office returns. Alongside longtime collaborator Evan Goldberg, Rogen produces film and television projects through their production company, Point Grey Pictures (PGP).

In front of the camera, he recently starred in Jonathan Levine’s upcoming romantic comedy “Long Shot” opposite Charlize Theron, which won the Audience Award in the headline category at SXSW this year. Lionsgate released the highly anticipated film on May 3, 2019. Rogen can soon be seen starring in Disney’s “The Lion King” as the voice of Pumba alongside Beyoncé and Donald Glover. Directed by Jon Favreau, the film is set for release on July 19, 2019. In addition, Rogen recently filmed Brandon Trost’s “Untitled Pickle Comedy,” which he is also producing, for Sony.

In March 2019, Seth and Even collaborated with Canopy Growth Corporation (TSX:WEED, NYSE:CGC) to launch Houseplant, a Canadian based cannabis company dedicated to product quality and consumer education.

In 2012, Rogen and his wife founded Hilarity for Charity® (HFC) which raises awareness for Alzheimer’s disease with the help of fellow comedians performing in charity comedy shows.


Tomer Capon stars as Frenchie in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Capon, a native of Israel, starred in the popular Israeli series, “Fauda,” which won nine Israeli Television Academy Awards including Best Drama Series. He currently stars in the Israeli series, “When Heroes Fly,” which won the prize of Best Series at the Cannes Series Festival. Capon made his feature film debut in 2015 in the Natalie Portman-directed “A Tale of Love and Darkness.”

In 2016, Capon was awarded an Ophir Award (Israeli equivalent of the Academy Award®) for Best Supporting Actor in One Week and a Day.

“The Boys” is Capon’s first American series.


Dominique McElligott stars as Queen Maeve in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

McElligott, a native of Dublin, Ireland, is known for her work in both independent film and TV. Her feature credits include “Moon,” “Not Fade Away,” “Leap Year,” “The Guard” and “Blackthorn.”

McElligott was most recently seen in the role of Kathleen Moore in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Last Tycoon,” and as Hannah Conway, wife of New York Governor and Republican presidential nominee Will Conway played by Joel Kinnaman, and in Seasons 4 and 5 of Netflix’s “House of Cards.” In 2015, she starred as Louise Shepard in ABC’s “The Astronaut Wives Club.” Other television credits include a lead role in the AMC series “Hell On Wheels” and RTÉ’s “Raw.”


Karl Urban stars as Billy Butcher in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Urban is a New Zealand-born actor who was most recently seen as Skurge in Marvel’s “Thor: Ragnarok,” alongside Chris Hemsworth, Cate Blanchett and Mark Ruffalo. He is best known for playing Dr. Leonard ‘Bones’ McCoy in “Star Trek” and “Star Trek Into Darkness,” and Éomer in the second and third installments of Peter Jackson’s “The Lord of the Rings.”

Urban won critical acclaim early in his career for his performances in the New Zealand films “The Price of Milk” and “Out of the Blue.” He went on to star in “Dredd,” “The Bourne Supremacy,” “The Chronicles of Riddick,” “Walking with Dinosaurs 3D” and “RED,” among others.

He was recently seen in “Star Trek: Beyond” and Disney’s “Pete’s Dragon.”


Karen Fukuhara stars as The Female in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Fukuhara is best known for her role as Katana in David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad” opposite Jared Leto, Margot Robbie and Will Smith for Warner Bros/DC Universe. She then went on to star in Joe Still’s independent film “Stray,” opposite Christine Woods. In animation, Fukuhara most notably voiced the character of Glimmer in the Netflix series “She-Ra and the Princess of Power.”

Fukuhara got her start as a bilingual international host for the TV show, “Disney’s Movie Surfer,” in which she introduced the latest Disney movies to Japanese viewers for almost six years. She then became a sports reporter for NHK Japan Broadcasting Corporation, the largest public network in Japan.

Fukuhara currently resides in Los Angeles and is bilingual in Japanese and English.


Laz Alonso stars as Mother’s Milk in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Most recently, Alonso was seen in Kathryn Bigelow’s “Detroit” opposite John Boyega, Will Poulter, and John Krasinski. Prior to this he starred as the heroic Tsu’tey in the highest grossing film of all time, James Cameron’s “Avatar,” the lead villain Fenix in Universal’s “Fast And Furious,” and also appeared in Sam Mendes’ “Jarhead.”

For television, Alonso recently starred in NBC’s “Mysteries of Laura” alongside Debra Messing and Josh Lucas. He also starred in A&E’s “Breakout Kings.”

In 2011, Alonso showed off his leading man skills in the Columbia Pictures hit romantic comedy “Jumping the Broom,” for which he received a 2012 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture. He was chosen one of Variety’s “Top Ten Actors to Watch” in 2009.


Chace Crawford stars as The Deep in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Crawford is best known for portraying Nate Archibald in the CW hit drama “Gossip Girl,” based on Cecily von Ziegesar’s New York Time’s best-selling book series.

In 2014, Crawford appeared in the 100th episode of the FOX hit show “Glee.” In 2015, Crawford starred alongside Don Johnson in the ABC miniseries “Blood & Oil” as protagonist Billy LeFever. In 2017, Crawford joined the cast of the Hulu comedy series “Casual” in the recurring role of Byron.

Crawford previously executive produced and starred in “Undrafted,” a film about a collegiate baseball star who was skipped over in the Major League Baseball draft. The film was written and produced by Joseph Mazzello.

Crawford’s previous work also included “What to Expect When You’re Expecting,” Bruce Beresford’s “Peace, Love & Understanding,” Joel Schumacher’s “Twelve,” Lake Bell’s “I Do . . . Until I Don’t,” “Eloise,” Warren Beatty’s “Rules Don’t Apply,” and “Mountain Men.” His first break came when he landed the role of Tyler Simms in “The Covenant.” He will next be seen as Tex Watson in the Charles Manson film “Charlie Says,” directed by Mary Harron.


Nathan Mitchell stars as Black Noir in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Ironically, Mitchell’s path to performing started as a young child whose mom wouldn’t allow him to watch “Power Rangers” because it was too violent. He might not have been allowed to watch the popular series but that didn’t stop him from drawing all the characters, cutting each one out and making them fight each other. Where there was a will, there was a way. Born in Toronto and raised in Mississauga by parents who hail from the Caribbean, drawing became a passion along with Tae Kwon Do and basketball.

Mitchell was accepted into Cawthra Park Secondary School’s Regional Arts Program for visual arts, but it only took him one semester to realize he was more of a performer than a painter. He switched his focus from visual arts to drama and never looked back. After high school, he went on to university at Ryerson’s RTA Production program graduating with a BA and moving to Vancouver one year later. From there, his acting career began to take off.

Mitchell is best known for his recurring role on “Supernatural.” Other credits include appearances on “Arrow,” “Motive,” “Psych: The Movie,” “iZombie,” “Timeless” and a supporting role in the MOW “Twist of Fate,” for which he received a Leo Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. His feature credits include “Scorched Earth” and a lead role in the movie “Marine 5: Battleground.”


Antony Starr stars as Homelander in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

A New Zealand native, Starr made his American television debut in January 2013. Following a long casting search, Starr won the coveted lead role of Lucas Hood in the HBO/Cinemax action drama series “Banshee,” executive produced by Alan Ball and Greg Yaitanes.

On the big screen, Starr can next be seen in the independent feature “Gutterbee,” directed by Ulrich Thomsen, where he plays the lead role of Mike opposite Earl W. Brown and Ewan Bremner.

In 2012, Starr was seen in the Australian independent film “Wish You Were Here,” opposite Joel Edgerton, Teresa Palmer and Felicity Price. The film, directed by Kieran Darcy-Smith, opened the 2012 Sundance Film Festival as part of the World Dramatic Competition to rave reviews and received a Grand Jury Prize nomination. The film centers on four friends who lose themselves in a carefree Southeast Asian holiday. Released in Australia in the summer of 2012, the film received eight AACTA Nominations from the Australian Film Institute, and garnered Starr a Best Supporting Actor Award. The Film Critics Circle of Australia also voted him Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in the film.

In 2011, Starr was featured in the fourth season of the popular Australian drama series, “Rush.” He starred as Charlie Lewis, the team leader of a Police Tactical Response team.

In 2010, Starr appeared in the critically acclaimed independent film “After The Waterfall,” directed by Simon Horrocks. He portrayed John, a forest ranger who is haunted by the disappearance of his four-year-old daughter and the subsequent breakup of his marriage. Starr received a Best Actor AFTA Award/New Zealand Film & Television Award nomination for his work in the film.

Also in 2010, Starr was seen starring in the New Zealand television series “Spies & Lies,” adapted from the book “The Plot” to Subvert Wartime New Zealand by Hugh Price, for which he received another Best Actor AFTA Award/New Zealand Film & Television Award nomination.

In 2005, Starr was cast in the dual roles of twins Van and Jethro West in “Outrageous Fortune,” a show that has grown into the most popular and longest running drama series in New Zealand’s history. Playing twins won Starr the 2007 Air New Zealand Screen Award for Best Performance by and Actor, and Best Actor at the Asian TV Awards in the same year. Readers of TV Guide also voted him Best Actor in 2007 and TV Guide’s Best on the Box People’s Choice Award.

Starr currently resides in Los Angeles.


Erin Moriarty stars as Annie January aka Starlight in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Moriarty, a native to New York City, is quickly becoming one of Hollywood’s most promising young talents. She gained critical acclaim recurring as Woody Harrelson’s troubled teenage daughter on the award-winning HBO drama “True Detective.” She was seen on the hit show “Jessica Jones” for Netflix and Marvel Studios.

In film, she can be seen starring opposite Mel Gibson in the crime drama “Blood Father” and in the Cannes/Sundance hit “Captain Fantastic” alongside Viggo Mortensen. She was most recently seen in the films “The Miracle Season,” opposite Helen Hunt, “Monster Party,” “The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir,” and “Driven,” the latter of which she stars opposite Jason Sudeikis, Lee Pace and Judy Greer. Previously, she starred in the Sundance Film Festival indie feature “The Kings of Summer.”


Jack Quaid stars as Hughie Campbell in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Quaid is one of Hollywood’s most exciting and versatile young actors working today. He was last seen in the New Line feature “Rampage,” opposite Dwayne Johnson, Malin Akerman, and Naomie Harris. Last year he was seen in “Logan Lucky” opposite Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, and Adam Driver for director Steven Soderbergh.

Additional credits include the forthcoming romantic comedy “Plus One” which is premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival, “Tragedy Girls” which premiered at SXSW, and “It’s Been Like a Year” which won the Bruce Corwin Award for Live Action Short Film at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. Quaid appeared in the HBO series “Vinyl” from executive producer Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger, Meg Ryan’s directorial debut, “Ithaca,” opposite Ryan, Tom Hanks, and Sam Shepard. He also starred in the first two instalments of “The Hunger Games” film franchise.

He is a founding member, writer, and performer in Sasquatch Comedy, a group whose online video sketches have been featured on Funny Or Die, Cracked, and many others.

Quaid currently resides in Los Angeles


Jessie T. Usher stars as A-Train in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Usher will be seen this summer in the leading role in New Line Cinema’s upcoming feature “The Son of Shaft,” playing John Shaft Jr. opposite Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Roundtree. He recently starred as basketball phenomenon Cam Calloway in the Starz Original series “Survivor’s Remorse,” which was executive produced by LeBron James.

On the big screen, he has starred in Sony Pictures’ feature film “When the Game Stands Tall,” Universal’s “Almost Christmas,” 20th Century’s “Independence Day: Resurgence.”

Usher was featured on both Variety’s 2015 ‘Top Actors to Watch’ and The Hollywood Reporter’s ‘Next Gen 2017’ lists.

He was inspired to act at an early age. He and his family moved to Los Angeles in 2003 and he immediately started landing guest-star roles on numerous television shows. Usher’s first big break came in 2011 playing the role of Lyle Hugginson in Cartoon Network’s television movie “Level Up.” The project became a well-loved TV series and Jessie reprised his role throughout the show’s two seasons.

Born a leap year child, he excelled academically from elementary through high school as a top honor student. He graduated class salutatorian before moving straight to the Dean’s List in college, studying Culinary Arts and earning the honor of being a member of the Alpha Gamma Sigma Honor Society.


Elisabeth Shue stars as Madelyn Stillwell in the Amazon Prime Video original series “The Boys.”

Shue has had an extensive film career that includes an Academy Award® nomination for her performance as a prostitute mixed up with a suicidal alcoholic in Mike Figgis’ “Leaving Las Vegas.” Her performance opposite Nicolas Cage also earned her a Best Actress award from the Independent Spirit Awards, Los Angeles Film Critics Association, the Chicago Film Critics Association, the National Society of Film Critics, as well as nominations from the New York Film Critics Circle, the Golden Globes® and Screen Actors Guild Awards®.

She will next be seen starring opposite Tom Hanks in “Greyhound.” Before that, she most recently starred in the films “Battle of the Sexes,” opposite Steve Carell and Emma Stone, “House at the End of the Street,” opposite Jennifer Lawrence, and “Chasing Mavericks” directed by Curtis Hanson and starring Gerard Butler.

Shue’s other film credits include David M. Rosenthal’s “Janie Jones” with Abigail Breslin, “Hamlet 2” opposite Catherine Keener and Steve Coogan, Davis Guggenheim’s “Gracie” (which Shue co-produced), “Hide & Seek” opposite Dakota Fanning and Robert De Niro, Gregg Araki’s “Mysterious Skin” with Joseph Gordon Levitt, “Amy and Isabelle,” produced by Oprah Winfrey, Woody Allen’s “Deconstructing Harry,” Phillip Noyce’s “The Saint,” as well as earlier projects “The Karate Kid,” “Adventures in Babysitting,” “Cocktail,” “Back to the Future” Parts I and II, and “Soapdish.”

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