The Long Dumb Road Starring Tony Revolori and Jason Mantzoukas Cast & Crew

Tony Revolori as Nat

Tony Revolori

Tony Revolori burst into the international film world with his role as “Zero”, the scenestealing lobby boy, in Wes Anderson’s THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL co-starring opposite Ralph Fiennes.

He was most recently seen in Sony’s SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING playing ‘Flash Thompson’. Prior to that he appeared in Fox Searchlights romantic comedy TABLE 19 opposite Anna Kendrick and Universal’s drama LOWRIDERS opposite Demian Bichir for
producers Brian Grazer and Jason Blum. He can currently be seen on Netflix in the film TAKE THE 10 opposite Josh Peck.

Other films include DOPE, directed by Rick Famuyiwa and produced by Forest Whitaker and Pharrell Williams, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, as well as the Indian-Hindi feature UMRIKA, which won the World Cinema Audience Award when it
premiered at Sundance, Sony’s alternate-reality action adventure THE FIFTH WAVE based on Rick Yancey’s bestselling young adult novel.

On stage Tony starred in the West End production of Stephen Karam’s SPEECH & DEBATE, opposite Douglas Booth. Before that the provocative New Group production of “Mercury Fur” directed by Scott Elliott.

Jason Mantzoukas as Richard

Jason Mantzoukas

Jason Mantzoukas most recently appeared as the lead in THE HOUSE for Good Universe and New Line Cinema, alongside Amy Poehler and Will Ferrell. Jason is perhaps best known for his role as the lovable psychopath Rafi on FXX’s THE LEAGUE. Other film credits include HOW TO BE SINGLE, DIRTY GRANDPA, SLEEPING WITH OTHER PEOPLE, BABY MAMA, NEIGHBORS and THE DICTATOR. In television, Mantzoukas has appeared on BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, I’M SORRY, KROLL SHOW, MODERN FAMILY, TRANSPARENT, BROAD CITY, PARKS AND RECREATION, ENLIGHTENED and COMMUNITY.

Jason co-hosts the comedy podcast, “How Did This Get Made?” on the Earwolf Network alongside June Diane Raphael and Paul Scheer, where the trio analyzes bad movies. One of iTunes’ top comedy podcasts, the show was also the winner of the 2012 LA Weekly Web Award for Best Podcast.

Ron Livingston as Francois

Ron Livingston

Ron Livingston is currently starring in the original series “Loudermilk” for the Audience Network. The scripted half-hour comedy series from Primary Wave Entertainment, Peter Farrelly, and Bobby Mort airs exclusively on both DIRECTV and AT&T U-verse. Livingston will next star in Producer-Director Jason Reitman’s latest comedy “Tully” starring opposite Charlize Theron. This Focus Feature premieres in April. This marks the fourth collaboration between Reitman and Writer-Producer Diablo Cody. Additionally, Livingston recently wrapped production on the independent films “Holly Slept Over,” The Long Dumb Road,” and “The Man Who Killed Hitler and then The Bigfoot.”

Recent films include the crime thriller “Shimmer Lake,” directed by Oren Uziel and stars Wyatt Russell, Rainn Wilson and Rob Corddry, as well as “Lucky” directed by John Carroll Lynch, which stars the late Harry Dean Stanton and David Lynch.

Over Thanksgiving week 2016 Ron appeared on TBS’s “Search Party” along with Alia Shawkat, Rosie Perez, Parker Posey and Christine Taylor. Earlier in the year, Livingston costarred in Columbia Pictures “The 5th Wave” along with Chloe Grace Moretz, Liev Schreiber and Maria Bello. 2015 proved to be a busy year for Ron, he co-starred in 3 films that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. First, the critically acclaimed “The End of the Tour,” directed by James Ponsoldt, based on Rolling Stone contributing editor David Lipsky’s acclaimed memoir about the time he spent interviewing David Foster Wallace in the mid 1990’s. The book was published after Wallace’s suicide in 2008. Pulitzer-Prize winner Donald Margulies wrote the adapted screenplay and the film stars Jesse Eisenberg, and Jason Segel. “James White,” which marked the directorial debut of “Martha Marcy May Marlene” producer Josh Mond and stars Christopher Abbott and Cynthia Nixon. Additionally he was in Sundance-favorite Joe Swanberg’s “Digging for Fire” which stars his “Drinking Buddies” co-stars Jake Johnson, Anna Kendrick; along with Rosemarie DeWitt, Brie Larson and Sam Rockwell.

In November of that year, Livingston starred in NatGeo’s Saints & Strangers, which was filmed in South Africa. The two part series, told the story of the crossing on the Mayflower of the first settlers in Plymouth, and the trials and tribulations they endured. Vincent Kartheiser, Anna Camp, Natasha McElhone, and Rauol Trujillo also starred.

Livingston also appeared in “Shangri-La Suite,” he played Elvis Presley in cowriter/director Eddie O’Keefe’s fictional story about a couple who meet and fall in love in a mental hospital and set out on a cross country road trip with the intent to murder Presley.

In 2013 Livingston co-starred in Lynn Shelton’s “Touchy Feely” with Rosemarie DeWitt, Allison Janney and Ellen Page. The film premiered in competition at the Sundance Film Festival. Additionally, his film “Drinking Buddies” had its World Premiere at SXSW in March of that year. Joe Swanberg directed Olivia Wilde, Anna Kendrick and Jake Johnson in the film, which released theatrically and on VOD and was a critical hit.

Additionally, Livingston starred in New Line’s supernatural thriller, “The Conjuring” along with Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga and Lili Taylor. Based on the real life story of the Perron family and their horrifying experiences while living in a haunted Rhode Island farmhouse in the 1970’s. James Wan directed the hit film which went on to gross over $300 million worldwide.

That fall, Livingston co-starred in “Parkland” alongside a stellar cast, which included Paul Giamatti, Billy Bob Thornton and Marcia Gay Harden. Additionally, he returned to HBO as a new series regular on the acclaimed series “Boardwalk Empire” where he went on to garner a SAG Award Nomination in the Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series category.

In 2012, Livingston co-starred in several high profile film and television projects. The Walt Disney pictures ‘The Odd Life of Timothy Green,” which starred Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton, and “Ten Year” with Channing Tatum, Rosario Dawson and Anthony Mackie. For HBO, Livingston also co-starred in the multiple award-winning “Game Change” along with Ed Harris, Julianne Moore, Woody Harrelson and Sarah Paulson. Jay Roach directed with Playtone producing.

Additional projects include the Paramount Pictures film “Dinner for Schmucks” with Steve Carell and Paul Rudd, directed by Jay Roach, “Time Traveler’s Wife” with Eric Bana and Rachel McAdams, and the ABC series “Defying Gravity,” a one-hour drama about a team of astronauts on a six-year billion-mile mission in outer space. Livingston played “Maddux Donner,” the flight engineer responsible for the spaceship.

In 2007, Livingston appeared Off Broadway in the Neil Labute play In a Dark, Dark House; in addition he starred with Michael Sheen and Melissa George in the “Music Within,” winner of the audience award at the Palm Springs and AFI Dallas film festivals, and in 2006 he also starred in “Holly,” a riveting film about child trafficking shot on location in Cambodia and screened at several festivals.

As Captain Lewis Nixon in the 2001 HBO TV series “Band of Brothers,” Livingston was nominated for a Golden Globe in the Best Supporting Actor category. The critically acclaimed series won the Emmy and Golden Globe for best mini-series that year. That fall, Livingston took a memorable turn as Jack Berger on the ever popular HBO series “Sex and the City” opposite Sarah Jessica Parker.

Previous films include “The Cooler,” starring William H. Macy, Maria Bello, and Alec Baldwin, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. He has also appeared in: “Adaptation” for director Spike Jonze with Nicolas Cage, Meryl Streep, and Chris Cooper; “Swingers,” with Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn; “Pretty Persuasion” for Samuel Goldwyn with Evan Rachel Wood and James Woods; “Winter Solstice” with Anthony LaPaglia and Allison Janney; and “Little Black Book.”

Livingston may be best known as the star of the cult hit “Office Space.” Directed by Mike Judge and starring opposite Jennifer Aniston, the film has gone on to become one of the industry’s best-selling film/DVD rentals of all time. In the film, he played a disgruntled young office worker caught up in the corporate rat race. Raised in Iowa, Livingston graduated from Marion High School and attended Yale University. He currently resides in Los Angeles.

Grace Gummer as Nina

Grace Gummer

Grace Gummer currently stars opposite Rami Malek and Christian Slater in the Emmywinning USA television series MR. ROBOT.

Previously, she played one of the leads in CONFIRMATION for HBO Films, and an arc on GOOD GIRLS REVOLT for Amazon, playing “Nora Ephron.” Grace heavily recurred on THE NEWSROOM for HBO and AMERICAN HORROR STORY for FX over several seasons. Prior, she was a series regular on EXTANT for CBS/Amblin.

In addition to her many Broadway and off-Broadway theater credits, Grace appeared in films FRANCES HA! directed by Noah Baumbach, THE HOMESMAN, directed by Tommy Lee Jones, and indie-comedy JENNY’S WEDDING. She can next be seen in BEAST OF BURDEN directed by Jesper Ganslandt opposite Daniel Radcliffe, and THE LONG DUMB ROAD directed by Hannah Fidell.

Grace recently wrapped Matt Ratner’s independent film WE ARE UNSATISFIED, opposite Billy Crystal and Ben Schwartz.

Taissa Farmiga as Rebecca

Taissa will star in New Line’s THE NUN opposite Demián Bichir for director Corin Hardy. The first three films in the James Wan franchise, THE CONJURING, ANNABELLE, and THE CONJURING 2, generated nearly a billion dollars at the international box office. The next film in the hit franchise, THE NUN, has set its highly anticipated debut for July 13, 2018.

Next up, Taissa will star in WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE, based on the novel by Shirley Jackson, produced by Michael Douglas, opposite Sebastian Stan and Alexandra Daddario.

Taissa was last seen in Warren Beatty’s RULES DON’T APPLY opposite Alden Ehrenreich and IN A VALLEY OF VIOLENCE, opposite Ethan Hawke, which premiered at SXSW in 2016. Previously, Taissa was seen in the New Group’s Off-Broadway revival of Sam Shepard’s Pulitzer Prize winning play BURIED CHILD, opposite Ed Harris, Paul Sparks and Nat Wolff. Taissa made her feature film debut at Sundance 2011 with her breakout role in HIGHER GROUND, released by Sony Pictures Classics. She went on to star in the first and third seasons of Ryan Murphy’s hit FX series AMERICAN HORROR STORY, opposite Jessica Lange and Sarah Paulson, as well as in Sofia Coppola’s THE BLING RING, opposite Emma Watson, which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival and was distributed by A24.

Hannah Fidell Director / Co-Write

Hannah Fidell

Hannah wrote, produced and directed the feature film A TEACHER, which premiered at Sundance 2013 to critical acclaim. Her follow up, 6 YEARS, produced by the Duplass Brothers, was released by Netflix in 2015. Fidell was named one of the 25 New Faces of Independent Film by Filmmaker Magazine in 2012, received the SXSW Chicken & Egg female directing award for A TEACHER in 2013, and became a fellow in the inaugural Fox Studios Diversity Directing initiative in 2015. In 2016, she was inducted into the directors’ branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences; making her, at age 32, one of the youngest members of the organization.

Carson Mell Co-Writer

Arizona native Carson Mell lives and works in Los Angeles. He has written for HBO’s “Eastbound & Down” and “Silicon Valley.” You can see his TV series “Tarantula” on TBS, and his first feature film “Another Evil” on Shudder and iTunes.