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Our Very Own Carlin McCullough Cast

  • Mamie Gummer

    Mamie Gummer as Cyn

    Mamie Gummer is currently in production for season three of HBO’s True Detective. Previously, she starred in the Amazon UK and BBC Worldwide eight-part series The Collection, was the lead of The CW series Emily Owens, M.D. and recurred on WGN’s hit series Manhattan and CBS’ The Good Wife. Her film credits include Ricki and the FlashEnd of the Tour and Cake. Gummer made her Off-Broadway debut in 2005 with the premiere of Mr. Marmalade, for which she won a Theatre World Award. Additional theater credits include Classic Stage Company’s Uncle Vanya (Lucille Lortel nomination) and The School for Lies, Second Stage Theater’s The Water’s Edge (Lucille Lortel Nomination) and the Tony-Award nominated revival of Les Liaisons dangereuses. She recently received rave reviews for her performance of Jess in Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Ugly Lies the Bone.


  • Abigail Dylan Harrison

    Abigail Dylan Harrison as Carlin at 10

    Abigail Dylan Harrison is 12 years old and is thrilled to be returning to the stage this summer in Our Very Own Carlin McCullough. She began her career at age 10, when she starred as Tina Denmark in the Off-Broadway production of Ruthless, the Musical! She was honored to take part in the opening act at the 2016 Tony Awards. This past winter, she originated the role of Louise in A Christmas Story Live on FOX and has also guest-starred on Disney Channel’s hit series Bunk’d. Harrison can currently be seen as Stacey Solloway on Showtime’s Golden Globe-winning drama The Affair.


  • Caroline Hefferan

    Caroline Hefferan as Carlin at 17

    Caroline Heffernan hails from Chicago and is making her Geffen Playhouse debut. Her credits include leading roles in world premieres by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwrights Tracy Letts and David Rabe, Young Mary Page in Mary Page Marlowe and Frannie in Good for Otto. Other roles include Scout in To Kill a Mockingbird (Steppenwolf Theatre Company), Annie in Annie (Paramount Theatre), Young Kim (Chicago Lyric Opera), and roles in the regional Tony Award-winning theaters Lookingglass Theatre Company, Goodman Theatre, Chicago Shakespeare Theater and Writers Theatre. Her television and film credits include Teen Jesse in Lifetime Movie Channel’s My Daughter Was Stolen, Ariel Green in NBC’s Chicago Med and Ella in NBC’s Chicago Fire. Heffernan is an award-winning USAG gymnast, a Commended National Merit Scholar and a high school varsity cheerleader.


  • Tyee Tilghman

    Tyee Tilghman as Saleef

    Tyee Tilghman is an actor, writer and storyteller making his Geffen Playhouse debut in Our Very Own Carlin McCullough. Television and film credits include Criminal Minds and The Young and The RestlessI’m Dying Up HereA Trumped Birthday (short) and Mr. Malevolent. Regional credits include Skeleton Crew (Studio Theatre), Public Enemy: Flint, a community engagement piece with M.A.D.E. Institute, Gem of the Ocean and Fences (Marin Theatre Company), Spunk!American Night: The Ballad of Juan JoseLady Windermere’s Fan and A Winter’s Tale (California Shakespeare Theater), A Raisin in the Sun (Denver Center for the Performing Arts), Three Sisters (Chautauqua Theater Company), Romeo and Juliet (Folger Shakespeare Library) and An American Daughter (Arena Stage). Tilghman holds an M.F.A. in acting from the American Conservatory Theater.


  • Joe Tippett

    Joe Tippett as Jay

    Joe Tippett can currently be seen as Coach Sam Strickland on NBC’s new hit show Rise. On Broadway, he appeared as Earl in the hit musical Waitress, which he originated at American Repertory Theater in Cambridge, and starred in the Steppenwolf Theatre Company’s commission of Lisa D’Amour’s Airline Highway for Manhattan Theatre Club. Off-Broadway, he starred in Erica Schmidt’s All the Fine Boys for The New Group, the world premiere of Nicky Silver’s This Day Forward at Vineyard Theatre, and Indian Summer and Familiar at Playwrights Horizons.Other New York theater credits include Ashville, Seven Minutes in Heaven, Happy Birthday and A Thick Description of Harry Smith. Regional productions include Bull Durham: The Musical, The May Queen, Picnic, Three Sisters, The Corn is Green, Peter and the Starcatcher and Equus. On television, he has guest-starred on Chicago JusticeBullThe Blacklist and Boardwalk Empire. Film credits include Monsters and MenLicense Plates, Damascus Road and All Saint’s Day.