The Expanse Cast
Thomas Jane had a breakout performance in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Boogie Nights. From there, he became a prominent face in several high-profile features, including Deep Blue Sea, The Punisher, The Mist and Dark Country, which he also directed.
Thomas played the lead role in HBO’s hit sports drama 61 and the comedy-drama series Hung, for which he earned three Golden Globe nominations.
You can follow Thomas on Twitter. @ThomasJane
Steven Strait is best known for his portrayal of Stevie Evans in the acclaimed Starz series, Magic City, created by Mitch Glazer and co-starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Danny Huston. Set in the Miramar Playa Hotel in the flashy, turbulent world of Miami in the late 1950s, Magic City explored the mob and CIA activity in Miami against the political upheaval in Cuba. Steven will reprise his role in the upcoming feature film adaptation, co-starring Bruce Willis and Bill Murray.
Steven made his film debut as angst-ridden teen, Warren Peace, in Disney’s Sky High. Other film credits include Roland Emmerich’s 10,000 BC, City Island, Undiscovered and The Covenant.
Dominique’s other film credits include Vampire Academy and Fast Girls.
You can follow Dominique on Twitter. @Mi55Tipper
Wes’ television credits include Sleeper Cell, Barbershop, The Unit and The Mentalist.
You can follow Wes on Twitter. @weschatham
Cas Anvar’s big break came with his role in the Cruise/Wagner film Shattered Glass, co-starring Hayden Christiansen and Chloe Sevigny. Cas appeared with Ben Affleck in the Oscar-winning Best Picture Argo, with Jake Gyllenhaal in the sci-fi adventure Source Code, and with John Cusack in the suspense thriller The Factory.
Other film credits also include Steven Spielberg’s The Terminal (with Tom Hanks and Catherine Zeta Jones), the Princess Diana biopic Diana as Dodi Fayed (with Naomi Watts) and the horror film The Vatican Tapes.
On the small screen, Cas has appeared in NCIS:LA, In Plain Sight, Boston Legal, Castle, 24 and the Syfy series Olympus.
You can follow Cas on Twitter. @casanvar
Shohreh Aghdashloo starred in the BBC/HBO mini-series House of Saddam, in which she portrays Saddam Hussein’s wife, Sajida, and for which she won the 2009 Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie.
Shohreh’s film credits include House of Sand and Fog (for which she received an Academy Award nomination), The Exorcism of Emily Rose, X-Men: The Last Stand, The Nativity Story and The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
Florence Faivre’s television credits include Alpha House, The Following, How to Make It in America and Kings.
Her film credits include Chok-Dee, The Elephant King and The Coffin.