Allison Dunbar Joins Crackle’s ‘StartUp’; Úrsula Corberó In ‘Snatch’

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Quick Draw alumna Allison Dunbar is set for a recurring role opposite Ron Perlman on the third season of Sony’s Crackle series StartUp. Season one of StartUp centered on the world of cryptocurrency. In season two, the focus was on the cost of ambition and we watched as our three unexpected comrades crossed the line in order to get back what was taken from them. In this upcoming season, those same three friends will be fighting it out for power in 10 explosive episodes and will be threatened by what might be the most dangerous criminal organization of all: the U.S. Government. Dunbar will play Kelly, Wes’s (Perlman) longtime friend and trusted lawyer. Dunbar recently recurred on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and was a series lead on the Hulu series Quick Draw. She’s repped by BRS Gage and Working Entertainment. StartUp is produced by Critical Content and Hollywood Gang Productions. Gianni Nunnari, Shannon Gaulding, Tom Forman, Andrew Marcus, Ray Ricord, and Anne Clements all serve as executive producers. The series is created and written by Ben Ketai who also serves as executive producer and director. Adam Brody, Ron Perlman and Edi Gathegi serve as producers.

Spanish actress Úrsula Corberó has booked a recurring role on the second season of Crackle’s Snatch. In season one, our up and coming hustlers stumble on a truck load of stolen bullion sending them into an insane criminal spiral and the world of organized crime. In this upcoming season, the team is on the lam and what begins as a well-deserved vacation quickly becomes a face off with a local kingpin; another thrill-a-minute fight to save their fortune, and ultimately their lives. Corberó will play Ines, a gun for hire known for her driving skills. She is whip-smart and street savvy, who is employed by the head of the San Toledo crime syndicate.  Corberó most recently starred in Netflix’s La Casa Papel, where she received a best actress nomination at the Premios Feroz. She recently completed filming a starring role in Julio Medem’s El Árbol de la Sangre. Snatch is executive produced by Alex De Rakoff, who also serves as writer and showrunner, Rupert Grint, Aaron Ginsburg and William Green.

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