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Kate Mulvany is making her US TV series debut in The Hunt, which follows a group of Nazi hunters living in New York City in 1977 and is inspired by real events.
Jordan Peele’s Monkeypaw Productions and Sonar Entertainment are producing the 10-part thriller created by David Weil for Amazon Prime Video.
The Fighting Season, Secret City and The Great Gatsby star is playing Sister Harriet, one of the members of The Hunters who set out on a bloody quest to prevent hundreds of high-ranking Nazi officials from creating a Fourth Reich in the US.
Logan Lerman plays Jonah Heidelbaum, whose grandmother is killed by a mysterious intruder in their apartment. As he tries to track down the killer he becomes swept up with The Hunters. In his TV series debut Al Pacino plays the Nazi hunter who mentors Jonah.
The cast includes Lena Olin, Carol Kane, Saul Rubinek, Tiffany Boone, Louis Ozawa Changchien, Greg Austin and Dylan Baker.
Among the directors are Alfonso Gomez-Rejon (American Horror Story) and Wayne Yip (Preacher, Doctor Who).
Mulvany’s credits include The Merger and The Little Death, for which she was nominated for AACTA Awards, Griff the Invisible, The Turning, The Underbelly Files, Winter and Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries.
She will next be seen in Lambs of God, Lingo Pictures’ Foxtel—commissioned drama adapted from Marele Day’s novel by Sarah Lambert, directed by Jeffrey Walker and starring Essie Davis, Ann Dowd, Jessica Barden and Sam Reid.