Sam Richardson as Paul
Sam Richardson is best known as Richard Splett on HBO’s hit series Veep.
Richardson also created and starred in Detroiters on Comedy Central. The show is produced by Broadway Video and Jason Sudeikis. He just wrapped a leading role in The Tomorrow War starring Chris Pratt.
On the big screen, Richardson can be seen in Ralph Breaks the Internet and Game Over, Man!, acting alongside Adam Devine, Anders Holm and Blake Anderson. Sam also starred in Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates for FOX with Zac Efron, Adam Devine, Anna Kendrick and Aubrey Plaza. He starred in Neighbors 2 with Seth Rogen and Zac Efron and was featured in Ghostbusters and Office Christmas Party opposite Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, TJ Miller, Kate McKinnon and Will Speck with Josh Gordon directing.
Other credits include Spy, We’re the Millers and Horrible Bosses 2. He additionally had a reoccurring role on The Office, and guest starred on New Girl and Arrested Development. Richardson is an alumnus of the prestigious Second City Chicago Main Stage and can be seen in the Youtube Premium series Champaign Ill.
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Laverne Cox as Gail
Writer / Director Emerald Fennell on Bo Burnham: “His normality and charm and the kind of life that he offers Cassie is so beguiling, obviously, we needed somebody really deeply charming and charismatic to play Ryan.”
“I really wanted to write a film about female revenge,” says Writer / Director Emerald Fennell.
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"Generally, how I approach everything, is if I could imagine someone else playing the part and be all right with it, then I tend to not do it," Carey Mulligan says of her character in Emerald Fennell.
Bo Burnham as Ryan
Alison Brie as Madison
Connie Britton as Dean Walker
Adam Brody as Jerry
Jennifer Coolidge as Susan Thomas
Max Greenfield as Joe
Christopher Mintz-Plasse as Neil
Sam Richardson as Paul
Molly Shannon as Mrs. Fisher
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