James Purefoy as Hap Collins and Michael Kenneth Williams as Leonard Pine
Christina Hendricks is Trudy Fawst, Hap’s ex-wife and a constant wedge between Hap and Leonard. She doesn’t hesitate to use her feminine wiles to get what she wants, all in the name of peace and free love. Back when she met Hap, she was going to be a great artist, but the closest she got was dressing mannequins in store windows. She finds new purpose as an activist, determined to change the world for the better. Filled with big dreams, Trudy resurfaces in Hap’s life with a proposition he can’t refuse.
James Purefoy is Hap Collins, a former ’60s activist who spent time in prison after refusing to be drafted to fight in Vietnam. Now in his forties and down on his luck after losing his job, Hap is easily lured into helping his ex-wife, Trudy, for whom he carries a special torch, when she resurfaces with dreams and promises of finding sunken treasure near his hometown.
Michael Kenneth Williams is Leonard Pine, an openly gay Vietnam War vet with a bad temper. He has a deeply cruel relationship with his Uncle Chester, who shunned him after learning he was gay. After being laid off from his job – and happy to run away from his complex relationships at home – Leonard joins Hap in the search for the sunken treasure in hopes of making a life-changing score.
Jimmi Simpson is Soldier. Unpredictable and violent, Soldier is a mysterious and volatile presence.
Pollyanna McIntosh is Angel, Soldier’s girlfriend and partner in crime, who is not one for words but proves to be as lethal as she looks.
Bill Sage is Howard, Trudy’s latest ex-husband, a seemingly devout peace activist. During a stint in jail for damaging government property, he met a fellow inmate named Softboy McCall, who told him about stolen money hidden and since lost in the Sabine River. Now released from prison, Howard has made it his mission to find the sunken treasure and use it for the greater good.
Jeff Pope is Chub, a member of Howard’s hippie gang, who is a fat, shaggy-haired, former rich kid from Houston whose parents disowned him. With his liberal outlook and recklessly big heart, Chub often rubs people the wrong way.
Neil Sandilands is Paco, a former ’60s radical leader who was once wanted by the FBI. Thought to be dead from an explosion that left him disfigured, he joins Howard’s cause, determined to find the sunken treasure – but with his own ulterior motives.