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PR Strike Back Debuts on Cinemax Aug 12
When a resourceful international terrorist group plots an attack, a charismatic former U.S. Special Forces operative joins forces with a stealth British military unit to stop them in the ten-episode action series STRIKE BACK, debuting FRIDAY, AUG. 12 (10:00- 10:45 p.m. ET/PT) on CINEMAX. The show marks the first time HBO/CINEMAX has worked with UK broadcaster Sky to produce an original series
Sullivan Stapleton (Damien Scott) received an Australian Film Institute nomination
for his performance in the Oscar®-nominated feature Animal Kingdom. His additional credits include December Boys, The Condemned, Darkness Falls, Underbelly Files: Infiltration, Sea Patrol, Carla Cametti PD, Neighbours and Satisfaction. He can be seen next in The Hunter," with Willem Dafoe, Sam Neill and Frances O'Connor.
Philip Winchester (Sgt. Michael Stonebridge) starred in the title role of the 2009 miniseries Crusoe, and recently played Frank Stanton in Fringe and Leontes in Camelot. His additional credits include Flyboys, with James Franco and Jean Reno, Thunderbirds, Maneater, "Warehouse 13, and the miniseries Alice. His first role was in The Patriot" at age 14 and he later trained at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. On the stage, he received rave reviews as Edmund opposite of Ian McKellen in Trevor Nunn's landmark production King Lear, which premiered at Stratford's Royal Shakespeare Company, followed by runs at Brooklyn Academy of Music and on PBS.
Amanda Mealing (Col. Eleanor Grant) is well known for her role as Connie Beauchamp on the award-winning BBC series Holby City, in which she appeared for ten years. She started her acting career at age nine and has appeared in numerous UK series, including The Bill, Casualty, Midsomer Murders, The Lakes, The Darling Buds of May and The Grange. Her film credits include Four Weddings and a Funeral and Zemanovaload.
Eva Birthistle's (Capt. Kate Marshall) credits include the popular UK shows Silent Witness, Waking the Dead and Holby City. Her performance in Ken Loach's Ae Fond Kiss... earned her the British Actress of the Year Award at the London Film Critics' Awards and the Best Actress Award at the Irish Film and TV Awards.
Rhashan Stone (Maj. Oliver Sinclair) is an accomplished stage actor, appearing in many of the Royal Shakespeare Company's productions and at the Royal National Theatre in The Red Balloon and Sweeney Todd. His TV credits include Episodes, Land Girls, Bike Squad, Casualty, Holby City and Perfect Day.
Jimi Mistry's (Major Ashkani) credits include roles in Blood Diamond, "2012 RocknRolla, East Is East, EastEnders and The Guru. He also produced, wrote and starred in And The Beat Goes On," a music documentary about Ibiza.
Richard Armitage's (John Porter) credits include "Captain America: The First Avenger, MI-5, Robin Hood, North & South, Cold Feet and Ultimate Force. Armitage can next be seen in The Hobbit" as Thorin Oakenshield.
Dan Percival (executive producer; director of episodes 1, 2, 9, 10) was nominated
for a Golden Globe and TCA Award and won the BAFTA for his Washington political thriller The State Within, starring Jason Isaacs and Sharon Gless. He wrote and directed the acclaimed HBO film Dirty War, which told the dramatic story of a chemical device going off in London. His other credits include Sincerely Hughie, Place of Execution and Day of Days. He is currently prepping the film adaptation of James Patterson's novel Witch and Wizard.
Bill Eagles (director of episodes 3, 4) is well known for his work on the BBC documentary investigative series Rough Justice. He co-wrote and directed the HBO/BBC miniseries House of Saddam. His other credits include One Night in Turin, Touching Evil, Beautiful Creatures, CSI and Battlestar Galactica.
Alex Holmes (director of episodes 5, 6) recently finished writing the feature The Interpretation of Murder, which he will also direct, and the script for The Infiltrator. He directed, wrote and executive produced the HBO miniseries House of Saddam, which was nominated for four Emmy® Awards and two BAFTA Awards. He also wrote and directed the BAFTA-winning TV film Dunkirk. His additional credits include Every Time You Look at Me, The Race for Everest and The Other Boleyn Girl. Holmes began his career in UK television investigations, including MacIntyre Undercover, The Experiment and Modern Times. He will direct Welcome to Hell this fall.
Paul Wilmshurst (director of episodes 7, 8) won an International Emmy® Award for Best Documentary and a BAFTA for Hiroshima. His other credits include Forgiven Combat Kids, Law and Order, Trial and Retribution, Runaway and Silent Witness.
Frank Spotnitz (writer of episodes 1, 2, 3, 4) was nominated for three Emmy Awards for the hit series The X-Files, for which served as one of the writers and executive producers (1996-2002). His additional credits include The Lone Gunmen, Millennium, Nightstalker, A.M.P.E.D., Robbery Homicide Division and Harsh Realm.
Richard Zadjlic (writer of episodes 5, 6) was a writer for the hit British show EastEnders from 1994 to 2010. The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle nominated him for Best Playwright for "Cock & Bull Story. His additional credits include This Life, Attachments and Clocking Off."
Simon Burke (writer of episodes 7, 8) co-wrote and co-produced several episodes for BBC's detective drama Zen, which premiered in January. His additional credits include Persuasion, NY-LON and The Guilty.
Tony Saint (writer of episodes 9, 10) earned a BAFTA nomination and three Broadcasting Press Guild Awards for the television movie "Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley. Saint's additional television credits include On Expenses, Micro Men, The Whistleblowers, and Coming Up."
Andy Harries (executive producer) received an Academy Award nomination and a BAFTA Film Award for producing The Queen with Christine Langan and Tracey Seaward. He also produced The Deal and The Special Relationship, the other films in the trilogy written by Peter Morgan, which both aired on HBO. The latter was nominated for five Emmy Awards and two Golden Globes. He also produced HBO Films' Longford, which won the Golden Globe for Best Movie or Miniseries. His additional credits include Wallander, "Prime Suspect 6: The Last Witness, Prime Suspect: The Final Act, Cold Feet, Married Single Other, Vincent, The Royle Family, The Street, Murder City, Eleventh Hour, The Damned United and The Last Hangman." Harries is chief executive of his company Left Bank Pictures.
Elaine Pyke's (executive producer) credits include the UK television series The Runaway, Mad Dogs "10 Minute Tales and Hex. She also executive produced the television films The Hogfather, Skellig: The Owl Man and The Color of Magic." Pyke is a creative executive for Sky.
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