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Captain Flint

played by Toby Stephens

Captain Flint

played by Toby Stephens
Character Bio Actor Bio

The most brilliant, and feared, of all the Golden Age pirates. Condemned to death by his crew, Flint must find a way to regain his captaincy, and with it any chance of saving his beloved Nassau from threats within and without.

Toby Stephens was born in London, England and trained at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA). He has gained critical acclaim as a stage and screen actor.

In 2011, Toby starred as ‘Jack Armstrong’ in the BBC Comedy Drama “Vexed.” Previous television roles include “Robin Hood” (BBC), “Wired” (ITV), “The Wild West” (BBC 1), “Jane Eyre” (BBC 1), “Sharpe’s Challenge” (ITV), “The Best Man” (ITV), “The Queen’s Sister” (Channel 4), “Waking the Dead” (BBC 1), “Poirot” (ITV), “Cambridge Spies” (BBC 2), “Perfect Strangers” (BBC 2), and “The Tenant of Wildfell Hall” (BBC 1).

In 2012 Toby filmed Believe with Natasha McElhone and Brian Cox, and in 2013 starred as one of the leads in All Things to All Men alongside Gabriel Byrne and Rufus Sewell. Toby also wrapped filming in Caradog James’ The Machine for Content Film. Other film work includes: Severance, The Rising: Ballad of Mangal Pandey, Die Another Day, Possession, The Announcement, Onegin, Photographing Fairies, Sunset Heights, Cousin Bette, The Great Gatsby, Twelfth Night, and Orlando.

Toby is an accomplished stage actor – both in London’s West End and on Broadway. Theater credits include ‘Elyot’ opposite Anna Chancellor in “Noel Coward’s Private Lives,” ‘Georges Danton’ in “Danton’s Death” (National Theatre Olivier), ‘Henry’ in “The Real Thing” (The Old Vic), ‘Thomas’ in “A Doll’s House” and ‘Jerry’ in “Betrayal” (Donmar Warehouse), ‘Mr. Horner’ in “The Country Wife,” ‘Anthony Cavendish’ in “The Royal Family,” ‘Japes’ in “Japes” and ‘Stanley Kowalski’ in “A Streetcar Named Desire” (Theatre Royal Haymarket), ‘Jesus’ in “The Pilate Workshop,” ‘Hamlet’ in “Hamlet,” ‘Claudio’ in “Measure for Measure,” ‘Lysander’ in “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” ‘Coriolanus’ in “Coriolanus,” ‘Young Beamish’ in “Unfinished Business,” ‘Max Piccolomini’ in “Wallenstein,” ‘Bertram’ in “All’s Well That Ends Well,” ‘Pompey’ in “Antony and Cleopatra,” and ‘Celebinus/King of Argier’ in “Tamburlaine” (RSC), ‘Hugo/Frederick’ in “Ring Round the Moon” (Lincoln Center), ‘Nero’ in “Britannicus,” and ‘Hippolyte’ in “Phèdre” (Almeida and BAM), and ‘Damis’ in “Tartuffe” (Playhouse Theatre).

Eleanor Guthrie

played by Hannah New

Eleanor Guthrie

played by Hannah New
Character Bio Actor Bio

Beautiful and determined, Eleanor is the center of illegal commerce on Nassau. But as new threats gather, and old rivalries rear their heads, her grip on power will face its ultimate test. How far is she willing to go to maintain it?

Born in London, England, Hannah insisted at age 4 on attending ballet school, setting her on a performing path in life. She later turned her focus to acting and joined The National Youth Theatre of Great Britain.

Her interest in other cultures led her to travel around the world, including to Bolivia where she did volunteer work in children's homes. Upon her return to England, she attended Leeds University majoring in English and Spanish and performing in numerous stage productions in both languages. Hannah earned a First Class honors degree and promptly moved to Spain to further master the language through immersion and even studied Meisner in Spanish.

Hannah was quickly scouted by View Management, a top Spanish modeling agency, and decided to pursue print and commercial work to support her studies in Barcelona and Madrid and save for drama school back home. She was accepted and attended London University's Central School of Speech and Drama.

While pursuing her degree, Hannah was offered several Spanish projects including the lead in the 11 part mini-series adaptation of Maria Duenas' best-selling novel "El Tiempo Entre Costuras." Although against standard school policy, Central allowed Hannah to continue her studies while shooting this and several other projects in Spain and in December 2011, she graduated with a Masters in Acting with Distinction.

Since graduation, Hannah landed her first American role as one of the leads in “Shelter,” a pilot for Warner Bros. and the CW that was produced by J.J. Abrams. She was then cast in Walt Disney Pictures' Maleficent starring Angelina Jolie. Hannah plays 'Leila,' the beautiful mother of young Princess Aurora. The film was released in March 2014.

John Silver

played by Luke Arnold

John Silver

played by Luke Arnold
Character Bio Actor Bio

A lowly sailor-turned-pirate recruit, John Silver is a born opportunist. After insinuating himself into the crew of Captain Flint, he now stands exposed as a thief and a liar. It will take every ounce of his cunning, and a good bit of luck, if he hopes to survive and reap his share of the Urca gold.

A graduate of the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Luke is a young Australian on the rise. Luke was awarded runner-up of the 2011 Australians in Film (AiF) Heath Ledger Scholarship, an achievement that sees him in the company of some of Australia’s hottest young actors. The scholarship judging panel includes April Webster (casting director), Frances O’Connor (actor), Gregor Jordan (director), Ann Fay (Maura Fay Group casting agent), Kate Ledger (Heath Ledger’s sister), and Rob Marsala (AiF board member). Luke boasts an impressive and growing list of film credits including lead roles in Broken Hill; starring opposite Academy® Award Winner Timothy Hutton and Spy Kid’s Alexa Vega, The Tunnel; which premiered at Screamfest and has worldwide release by Paramount/ Transmission Films and the soon to be released Murder in the Dark; directed by Dagen Merill and written by Chris Wyatt (Napoleon Dynamite).

Luke’s diverse television guest star roles include “The Pacific” (HBO/Dreamworks), “Winners and Losers” (Seven Network), “Panic at Rock Island” (Goalpost Pictures), “RUSH” (Network 10), “City Homicide” (Seven Network Australia),” Rescue Special Ops” (Network Nine), and most recently “Lowdown” (ABC), and “Winners and Losers” (Seven Network Australia). In 2013 he filmed “Never Tear Us Apart,” in which he plays the lead role as Michael Hutchence.

Luke is also a writer, producer and director in his own right, his short film Iphone Warfare winning the Peninsula Film Festival in 2011.

Max

played by Jessica Parker Kennedy

Max

played by Jessica Parker Kennedy
Character Bio Actor Bio

Seductive and coolheaded, Max is now madame at the island’s brothel. But when the business of pleasure unearths explosive secrets, Max’s life threatens to become infinitively more complicated.

Coming off of a recurring role on “90210,” Jessica is also starring in the Lifetime movie “Nearlyweds” with Danielle Panabaker.

In 2011 Jessica starred in the CW series, “The Secret Circle,” as an elite New England student who comes to realize that she's a witch. Jessica was named one of E! Entertainment's "Hot Faces of Fall," featured as one of Zap2It's “Underrated TV Stars of 2011,” and adorned TV Guide's “Hot List.”

Jessica’s additional film roles include 50/50, opposite Seth Rogen and Joseph Gordon-Levitt (an official selection of the Toronto International Film Festival, for which she received an Independent Spirit Award nomination); Andrew Niccol's In Time, opposite Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried; and Another Cinderella Story, opposite Selena Gomez.

Past television credits include ABC's “V” and “Brothers and Sisters,” the CW's “Smallville,” Nickelodeon's “The Troop,” and MTV Network's “Kaya and Valmont.”

Jessica is a professionally trained singer.

Captain Charles Vane

played by Zach McGowan

Captain Charles Vane

played by Zach McGowan
Character Bio Actor Bio

Enjoying newfound supremacy after seizing control of the island’s fort, Vane will soon find his loyalties divided, as a new threat to Eleanor will jeopardize everything he’s fought so hard to gain.

Born and raised in New York City, Zach McGowan caught the acting bug at an early age. He performed in student plays from grammar school through high school. Though he continued to act in plays throughout his childhood, he realized that sports were his first priority. A natural athlete, he competed on the ice hockey, football, and lacrosse teams. At Carlton College he played on both the ice hockey and lacrosse teams while continuing to satisfy his love of acting while performing in college productions. Upon graduation he returned to New York City and discovered that picking up where he left off with his acting career wasn’t so easy. In true Renaissance man form, he started to work at various restaurants and picked up culinary skills that earned him a spot on “Iron Chef America.” Zach continued to act in off-Broadway productions and made his film debut in the Roger Korman films Hunt for Eagle One and Crashing Point, which were shot on location in the Philippines. He continued his film work with a supporting role in Terminator Salvation with Christian Bale. After years of living in the Big Apple, Zach and his wife decided to make the move to Los Angeles. He continued his work as a chef working at some of the city’s top restaurants such as with Animal owners John Shook and Vinnie Dotolo. His acting career picked up momentum with guest spots on countless TV series (i.e. “CSI Miami,” “Numbers,” “Cold Case,” etc.). He hit the jackpot when he was cast as ‘Jody,’ on Showtime’s hit series, “Shameless.” The on-camera nudity and ribald storylines are some of the most provocative that one can see on cable TV today – and Zach enjoyed pushing the envelope on the series! Between seasons of “Black Sails,” Zach starred in Gary Shore’s Dracula Untold as ‘Shkelgim.’
< br/>His mellifluous voice has served him well with a burgeoning voice-over career. Zach has provided voice work for countless movie trailers --from Angels & Demons to the original Sherlock Holmes to voicing ‘Whiplash’ in the “Iron Man” video game.

Jack Rackham

played by Toby Schmitz

Jack Rackham

played by Toby Schmitz
Character Bio Actor Bio

Robbed of his flag and marked as an outcast, Jack Rackham has never been lower. But new alliances and a surprising discovery could make him more powerful than anyone ever imagined… so long as he can perform the impossible.

Born in Perth, Western Australia, Toby attended Perth's Scotch College and briefly studied law at the University of Western Australia. He graduated from the acting course at National Institute of Dramatic Art with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 1999.
His Sydney Theatre Company credits include “The School for Scandal” directed by Judy Davis, the premiere and national tour of David Williamson's “The Great Man” directed by Robyn Nevin, and leading roles in George Bernard Shaw's “Major Barbara,” Andrew Upton's “Hanging Man,” Tony McNamara's “The Great,” Brendan Cowell's “Self Esteem,” Nina Raine’s “Rabbit,” and Tom Stoppard's “Travesties.” Several of these productions toured to Melbourne and other Australian capital cities.

For Griffin Theatre Company, he played the central role of ‘Luke Boyce’ in Louis Nowra's The Boyce Trilogy – “The Woman with Dog's Eyes” (2004), “The Marvellous Boy” (2005), and “The Emperor of Sydney” (2006), all directed by David Berthold.

For Company B he played the title role in Brendan Cowell's “Ruben Guthrie” (2008 and 2009). He performed the role of ‘Coleman’ in “The Lonesome West” at Belvoir St. Theatre in 2009. He recently starred in Simon Stone’s version of “Private Lives.”

He also appeared in the premiere of Brendan Cowell's “Men” for Rogue Star Productions.

In 2000, he directed a production of Howard Korder's “A Boy's Life” at the Bondi Pavilion. In 2008 he directed Neil LaBute's “This Is How It Goes.”

In 2010, Toby played the eponymous character ‘Hamlet’ in the enormously successful La Boite Theatre production in Brisbane, directed by David Berthold, and played as ‘Benedick’ in Shakespeare's “Much Ado About Nothing.”

His many television credits include “McLeod's Daughters,” “The Heartbreak Tour,” “The Cooks,” “White Collar Blue,” “Water Rats,” “Fat Cow Motel” (ABC), “Home and Away,” “Temptation,” and the Steven Spielberg/Tom Hanks produced miniseries “The Pacific.”

He also appeared in the third installment of the Underbelly Files series of telemovies, titled “The Man Who Got Away,” portraying notorious drug smuggler and organized crime figurehead ‘David McMillan.’

In 2012, he teamed up with Angus Sampson in season one of the Australian word game “Randling,” hosted by Andrew Denton on ABC1.

Toby’s film credits include The Rage in Placid Lake, Somersault, Agoraphobia in the Desert of the Real, The Heist, My Last Ten Hours with You, Emulsion, Solo, Heaven, Right Here Right Now, for which he was also writer and co-executive producer, and Three Blind Mice, a film which has played at numerous international film festivals and won awards including the 11th FIPRESCI International Critics Award at the London Film Festival presented to the Best Film in the World Cinema section. His latest film is Griff the Invisible.

Toby is also an awarding-winning playwright. After a solid grounding in writing revue and stand-up comedy at university in Perth, Schmitz wrote his first play, “dreamalittledreamalittle,” while studying acting at NIDA. It was presented as a director's project there in 1998 and was later restaged at Belvoir St. Theatre. In 2002, Schmitz won Sydney Theatre Company's Patrick White Playwrights' Award with his play “Lucky,” which was later produced by the Australian Theatre for Young People. “Chicks Will Dig You” was performed as part of Company B's 2003 B Sharp season. It won the Australian National Playwrights’ Centre/New Dramatists Award in 2004, and was shortlisted for the 2003 Philip Parsons Young Playwrights Award. In 2007, he wrote and directed “Capture the Flag” for Tamarama Rock Surfers. His other plays include “This Blasted Earth,” “Pan,” “Cunt Pi,” and “Grazing the Phosphorus,” commissioned by the National Institute of Dramatic Art. His play, “The Best Hotel in the Dam” opened for Tamarama Rock Surfers in 2009.

Anne Bonny

played by Clara Paget

Anne Bonny

played by Clara Paget
Character Bio Actor Bio

As deadly and unpredictable as ever, Anne Bonny remains loyal to Rackham, despite lingering tension from her actions last season. But the forces that led to their estrangement can only stay dormant for so long… and will force them to confront once and for all who they really are to each other.

Born in London in 1988, her mother is a writer and her father an artist. Clara started modeling after being talent spotted at a birthday party dressed as Marlene Dietrich.

Clara has appeared in “Midsomer Murders” as ‘Charlotte Cameron’ (directed by Richard Holthouse) and as ‘Linda’ in “Little Crackers” (directed by Paul King).

Clara was most recently seen on the big screen in director Justin Lin’s The Fast and The Furious 6 as the character ‘Vegh.’ Her other big screen roles include: St. Trinian’s 2: The Legend of Fritton’s Gold (Oliver Parker and Barnaby Thompson), One Day (Lone Scherfig), Johnny English 2 (directed by Oliver Parker), and Acid Girls (directed by Taylor Cohen).

Mr. Scott

played by Hakeem Kae-Kazim

Mr. Scott

played by Hakeem Kae-Kazim
Character Bio Actor Bio

Formerly Eleanor’s right hand, Scott now acts as advisor and confidant to the once powerful Captain Hornigold. When Flint’s return to the island creates unimagined chaos, Scott’s loyalties will once again be put to the test.

Hakeem Kae-Kazim was classically trained in the UK at the highly regarded Bristol Old Vic and soon after graduation was invited to join the Royal Shakespeare Company. While performing at the National Theatre, Hakeem received glowing reviews, sharing the stage with critically acclaimed actors for his performances as ‘Edmund’ in” King Lear” with Brian Cox, and ‘Tyrell’ in “Richard III” with Sir Ian McKellan.

Hakeem's transition to British television ensued with memorable leading roles in “Trial and Retribution,” “The Bill,” “Grange Hill,” “Ellington,” and the distinguished title role of “Julius Caesar” for the BBC.

After settling in South Africa, his work in film and television gave Hakeem a huge following making him a household name and one of the country's top actors. While in South Africa, Hakeem appeared in numerous television productions and feature films including Hotel Rwanda, “Human Cargo,” and King Solomon's Mines.

Hakeem was nominated for an Avanti award (South Africa) for “Madame and Eve” and his sense of style led to a nomination for Elle Magazine's (South Africa) Fashionably First award. Hakeem was also nominated for the highly regarded Gemini award for Best Actor in a supporting role for his performance in “Human Cargo” and he gained international notoriety for his awesome portrayal of ‘George Rutugunda’ in the Oscar®-nominated film Hotel Rwanda. His performance gained the attention of Hollywood, leading to roles in The Front Line, Pirates of the Caribbean III, “Lost,” “Law & Order: SVU,” “Cane,” The Fourth Kind, “Strike Back,” and Wolverine.

He then starred in Black Gold and the musical Inale, both filmed in his motherland, Nigeria.

Hakeem is often recognized for his intensely captivating role of ‘Colonel Ike Dubaku’ in “24” - season seven and its prequel movie Redemption. He guest starred in Human Target and DARFUR (Attack on Darfur, USA), which won best film at the New York International Film Festival.

Hakeem can be seen in the upcoming Daylight’s End as the character ‘Chris Whitlock’ and in Cindy Gustafson’s A Chance of Rain as ‘Mutua.’

Miranda Barlow

played by Louise Barnes

Miranda Barlow

played by Louise Barnes
Character Bio Actor Bio

Compassionate and mysterious, only Miranda Barlow knows the truth about what drives Flint. Her devotion to him, and the shared secrets of their pasts, will once again force her to risk everything, in order to ensure his survival.

Louise Barnes was born in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa. When she graduated with an Honors degree in Drama from the University of the Witwatersrand she had already begun working professionally. While her first love is theater, film and television work dominated and she became a household name through her roles in various South African daily dramas.

Her feature film work includes Hoodlum and Son, Borderline and Surviving Evil. Louise has enjoyed working on international television productions such as the South African-Canadian coproduction “Jozi H,” the BAFTA® award winning BBC production “The Sinking of the Laconia” and now, Starz' “Black Sails.” This is her second season playing the role of Miranda Barlow, a character she relishes.

In 2013 she received the South African Film and Television Award for Best Actress in a Soap for her work on “Scandal.”

She lives in Johannesburg with her husband, actor Nick Boraine, and their daughter.

Thomas Hamilton

played by Rupert Penry-Jones

Thomas Hamilton

played by Rupert Penry-Jones
Character Bio Actor Bio

Miranda Barlow’s husband, now deceased. A man of privilege and vision, he was intent on seeing the New Providence colony restored to commercial viability.

Born in London, England, Rupert Penry-Jones is best known for his films Matchpoint, Persuasion, and Hilary and Jackie.

His other film work includes: A Little Chaos, Red Tails, Charlotte Gray, The Four Feathers, Still Crazy, Virtual Sexuality, and Food of Love.

In the UK, Rupert has appeared in three seasons of the hit TV drama “Silk” as ‘Clive Reader’ and as ‘DI Joseph Chandler’ in “Whitechapel.” He has also appeared in MI-5, Casanova, “Cambridge Spies,” “North Square,” “Faith in the Future,” “Cold Lazarus,” “Kavanagh QC,” and “Absolutely Fabulous.”

The son of actress, Angela Thorne, the two starred together in the TV movie “Cold Comfort Farm.”

Rupert has starred in many theater productions, including: “The Priory,” “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” “The Play About The Baby,” and “Chips with Everything.” His performance in “Don Carlos” for the Royal Shakespeare Company earned him the Ian Charleson Award.

Rupert is married to the actress Dervla Kirwan and they have two children.

Richard Guthrie

played by Sean Cameron Michael

Richard Guthrie

played by Sean Cameron Michael
Character Bio Actor Bio

Living as a fugitive among the farmers of Nassau’s interior, Richard Guthrie is not a man to be discounted. Formerly the pirates’ main benefactor, he is now intent on hastening their exit from the Bahamas, by any means necessary.

Veteran South African-born actor Sean Cameron Michael has performed in over 80 international television series, shorts, and feature films. International audiences first met Sean in 2005 in Dean Devlin’s Emmy®-winning mini-series “The Triangle.” In 2008 he joined the cast of “24” playing the role of UN worker ‘Charles Solenz’ in Fox’s multi Emmy® and Golden Globe®-nominated feature “24: Redemption” (opposite Jon Voight and Kiefer Sutherland). Other credits include Safe House (with Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds), Clint Eastwood’s Invictus (with Matt Damon and Morgan Freeman), and The Girl (with Toby Jones and Sienna Miller).

More recently Sean worked on the Emmy®-nominated “Strike Back” series (opposite Charles Dance), as well as with Oscar®-winner William Hurt in BBC Films’ Royal Television Society’s award-winning feature “The Challenger Disaster.”

Sean’s latest feature film is Zentropa Entertainment’s Danish western The Salvation for director Kristian Levring which premiered at Cannes to a six-minute standing ovation. He plays the supporting role of ‘Lester’ opposite Mads Mikkelsen, Jonathan Pryce, and Eva Green. Sean will next be seen playing the lead role of ‘Sam’ in director Christopher-Lee Dos Santos’ science fiction feature Last Broken Darkness for DS Films Entertainment and The Karoo Film Company.

Captain Ned Low

played by Tadhg Murphy

Captain Ned Low

played by Tadhg Murphy
Character Bio Actor Bio

Psychotic and blood-thirsty, Ned Low represents a new breed of pirate: one for whom violence isn’t simply a tool - it’s a pastime.

Tadhg Murphy graduated from the Samuel Beckett Centre in Trinity College Dublin with a Bachelor in Acting Studies and has since gone on to appear in a wide range of television, film, and theater productions.

Tadhg has appeared in the stage adaptation of Hugo Hamilton’s “The Speckled People” at the Gate Theatre, as well as Hugh Leonard’s “Da,” (also at the Gate) in which he played the role of ‘Young Charlie.’ Tadhg’s other theater performances include the Gate Theatre’s production of Tom Stoppard’s “The Real Thing,” directed by Alan Stanford, the Abbey Theatre’s production of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters,” directed by David Leveaux, and Rough Magic Theatre Company’s production of Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew,” directed by Lynn Parker. He toured the US and the UK with Druid Theatre Company’s production of Enda Walsh’s “The Walworth Farce,” which was awarded a Scotsman Fringe First award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He also performed in “The Cripple of Inishmaan” with Druid Theatre Co., which again toured in Ireland and the U.S.

Tadhg has voiced a number of radio plays for RTÉ radio, including “The Plough and the Stars,” “The Finnegans,” and “The Colleen and the Cowboy.” His television work includes “Seachtar na Cásca,” “The Clinic,” “Love is the Drug,” and “No Tears.” He has also starred in Pride and Joy (2006), Jelly Baby (2005), Oliver Stone’s Alexander, and Stephen Bradley’s Boy Eats Girl (2005) for which he was nominated for Best Supporting Actor in a Feature Film at the Irish Film and Television Awards.
In 2012 Tadhg completed filming the role of ‘Arne’ in “Vikings,” directed by Ciaran Donnelly, Johan Renck, and Ken Girotti. Tadhg reprised the role this summer in the second season (2013).
2013 saw Tadhg appear in “Mrs. Warren's Profession” at the Gate Theatre in which he played the role of ‘Frank.’ He was also cast in Dublin Berlin, a feature film directed by Robert Manson in which he plays the lead role of ‘Oisín.’ He recently finished touring with Gare St. Lazare’s production of “Waiting For Godot” for the Dublin Theatre Festival, directed by Judy Hegarty Lovett.

Tadhg is based in Dublin.

Lord Peter Ashe

played by Nick Boraine

Lord Peter Ashe

played by Nick Boraine
Character Bio Actor Bio

An old friend of Thomas Hamilton’s, Peter Ashe is now a key figure in the war against piracy.

Nick graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg in 1994 with an honors degree in drama. Since then he has been in countless aspect of performing, writing and directing for stage, television as well as film.

As an actor Nick has starred in many plays, highlights of which include “Popcorn,” “Birdy,” “Faustus,” “Metamorphosis,” “Shopping and Fucking,” and “Truth in Translation.” In his film and television work Nick has been involved in many South African as well as international productions. Films include Promised Land, In My Country, I Dreamed of Africa, District 9, Jozi, and Paradise Stop. On television he’s starred in “King Solomon’s Mines,” “The Philanthropist,” “Strike Back,” “The Mating Game,” and the British TV series “Wild at Heart.”

Nick also holds the position of Associate Artistic Director of the Global Arts Corps (GAC) in New York, a not for profit organization that produces theater in post conflict environments like Northern Ireland, Rwanda, Cambodia and the former Yugoslavia. The documentary film about the work of the GAC, A Snake Gives Birth To A Snake, had it’s US premiere in October.

Nick is currently starring in the film Mandela’s Gun (2015) as well as Showtime’s “Homeland.”

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Season 2

A STARZ Original Series

Season two begins where we left off —The Walrus crew is stranded, with an army of Spanish soldiers standing between them and the precious Urca gold. With their crimes against their brethren no longer a secret, Flint and Silver must join forces in a desperate bid for survival. Meanwhile, Eleanor Guthrie struggles to maintain her grip on Nassau, as a new breed of pirate arrives in the form of Ned Low, a man for whom violence isn’t just a tool... it’s a pastime. As blood is spilled and tensions mount, Charles Vane must decide which he values more: Eleanor’s life, or the respect of his men. And unbeknownst to all of them, a prize of immeasurable value has already been smuggled onto the island... one whose discovery will alter the very landscape of their world, and force everyone in Nassau toward the ultimate judgment: are they men, or are they monsters?

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