“The Man in the High Castle” regular Michael Gaston has booked roles in films opposite Ethan Hawke and Edie Falco, TheWrap has learned exclusively.
The first film is Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed.” Gaston is featured opposite Hawke and Amanda Seyfried in the role of Balq, a powerful and respected man who gives a large sum of money to a church’s “First Reformed 250th Anniversary Celebration” but expects certain things from the church in return. The film is set to be released in 2018.
In director Nicole Holofcener’s “Land of Steady Habits,” Gaston stars opposite Ben Mendelsohn, Falco and Hope Davis in the role of Mitchell, a successful upper middle class suburbanite who is at a loss when it comes to how to corral his troubled son.
In addition to “The Man In The High Castle,” Gaston’s television credits include reprising his series regular role of unconventional prophet Dean opposite Justin Theroux in HBO’s new upcoming season of “The Leftovers,” as well as recurring on “Madame Secretary and Power.”
He also appeared on “Mad Men,” “Damages,” “The Mentalist,” and “Blindspot.” His feature credits include Steven Spielberg’s “Bridge Of Spies” and Christopher Nolan’s “Inception.”
Gaston is represented by APA and Sanders Armstrong Caserta Management.