Claws

Evan Daigle as Toby

Daigle grew up in a small town in south Louisiana. He did not discover his passion for acting until he was in his second year of college. After taking a basic scene study class, Daigle felt like he had found his true calling and began to pursue acting professionally. Daigle attended Loyola University New Orleans where he studied theatre and communications, but had to leave in his final semester to film season one of Claws.

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Suleka Mathew as Arlene Branch

Suleka Mathew was born in India and raised in Vancouver, and has worked extensively as a professional actress in film, television, radio and theatre her whole life.

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Jason Antoon as Dr. Ken Brickman

Jason Antoon, a Southern California native, graduated from the prestigious acting program at Carnegie Mellon University. His big acting break came in the 2000 Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Contact, for which he received a Drama Desk Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Musical. Since then, he has worked on numerous films, from Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report, starring Tom Cruise, to three feature films with Hugh Grant.

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Kevin Rankin as Bryce

In the summer of 2018, Kevin Rankin was featured in Universal/Legendary’s film Skyscraper alongside Dwayne Johnson. Prior to that, Rankin can be seen in Academy Award®-nominated Hell or High Water, alongside Jeff Bridges and Chris Pine. Rankin previously completed work in Wild opposite Reese Witherspoon; Dallas Buyers Club opposite Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Garner and Jared Leto and White House Down alongside Channing Tatum, Jamie Foxx and Maggie Gyllenhaal.

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Jack Kesy as Roller

Jack Kesy starred in the Guillermo del Toro-produced FX series The Strain, playing the key role of “Gabriel Bolivar.” He can now be seen on television in TNT's dramedy Claws.

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Harold Perrineau as Dean

An accomplished actor who has graced the stage, screen and television, Harold Perrineau has earned a well-deserved reputation as a performer willing to take on just about anything, with roles ranging from drag queens to hardened criminals. A native of Brooklyn, Perrineau studied music and theater at the Shenandoah Conservatory but began his career as a dancer with the Alvin Ailey Company, performing with the troupe for a year and a half. A gradual shift to acting led Perrineau to the theater, where he acted in a number of productions including Dreamgirls, the critically acclaimed Avenue X and the off-Broadway revival of Godspell.

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Dean Norris as Uncle Daddy

Dean Norris is best known as the relentless DEA agent Hank Schrader on the critically acclaimed series Breaking Bad, which won multiple Emmys®, Golden Globes® and SAG Awards® over its five seasons. In 2013, the show won its first Outstanding Drama Series Emmy.

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Jenn Lyon as Jennifer

Born and raised in North Carolina as the daughter of a preacher, Jenn Lyon is an award-winning stage actress who recently made the leap to film and television work. She moved to New York after graduating the North Carolina School of the Arts.

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Judy Reyes as Quiet Ann

Judy Reyes is a Dominican-American actress born in the Bronx. Best known for her role as “Carla” in the iconic television show Scrubs and the role of “Zoila” on Lifetime's hit show Devious Maids. Reyes guest stars as “Dina” in the CW's Jane the Virgin and also recurs on the Netflix series, One Day at a Time and the TBS series, Search Party. She has also appeared in such films as Gun Hill Road and the recent feature The Circle. Reyes has worked extensively in television, theater and film for the last 20 years and remains a founding member of NYC’s Labyrinth Theater Company.

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Karrueche Tran as Virginia

Karrueche Tran is a rising actress and philanthropist. She is best known for her hit TV series Claws on TNT. Tran stars opposite Niecy Nash in the hour-long scripted dramedy set in a Southern Florida nail salon. She is also known for her Emmy Award winning show, The Bay on Amazon Prime. Next up, Tran can also be seen in Never Heard (Sony Pictures) and The Honor List (Lionsgate), both released in 2018.

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