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Constellations Cast

  • Ginnifer Goodwin

    Ginnifer Goodwin as Marianne

    Constellations marks Ginnifer Goodwin’s Geffen Playhouse debut. Her previous theater work includes The Corn is Green (Williamstown Theatre Festival) and Dead End (Huntington Theatre Company). Ms. Goodwin is best known for her work in the Emmy and Golden Globe nominated television series Big Love (HBO) and the drama Once Upon a Time (ABC). Film credits include the BAFTA nominated, Golden Globe and Oscar winning Zootopia (Walt Disney Pictures); A Single Man (Adrian Films/Depth of Field/Fade to Black); He’s Just Not That Into You (Flower Films); the Golden Globe winning Walk the Line (Fox 2000 Pictures) and Mona Lisa Smile (Revolution Studios/Red Om Films Productions). She holds a B.F.A. in acting from Boston University’s School for the Arts and was additionally trained in England at Stratford-Upon-Avon’s Shakespeare Institute in conjunction with the Royal Shakespeare Company, London’s Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. Her favorite television show is Downton Abbey.

  • Allen Leech

    Allen Leech as Roland

    Allen is delighted to be making his North American stage debut in Constellations. His previous theater work includes Ecstasy (Hampstead/West End) written and directed by Mike Leigh, Phaedra (Rough Magic), Everybody Loves Sylvia (Project Arts), Da (Abbey Theatre), The Morning After Optimism (Tom Murphy Festival/Abbey Theatre) and The Queen and Peacock (Red Kettle Theatre). Allen is best known for his work on the multi-award winning television show Downton Abbey (Carnival/NBC Universal), for which he won three SAG Awards as part of the Best Ensemble. Other television work includes Black Mirror (Channel 4), The Tudors (Showtime), Rome (HBO) and Bellevue (CBC). Film work includes In Fear (Big Talk), The Sweeney (Vertigo Films) and the Golden Globe and SAG Award nominated and Academy Award winning The Imitation Game (Black Bear Pictures). He holds a B.A. and Master’s Degree in Drama and Theatre Studies from the Samuel Beckett Centre, Trinity College, Dublin. His favorite movie is Zootopia.