Rebecca Creskoff Joins HBO’s ‘Silicon Valley’ As New Regular

Hung standout Rebecca Creskoff is returning to the premium cable network with a series regular role on another HBO comedy series, Mike Judge’s Emmy-nominated Silicon Valley.

On the second season of Silicon Valley, a comic look at the modern-day high-tech gold rush through the prism of a startup company, Creskoff will play Laurie Bream, an executive at Raviga Capital. She joins returning cast members Thomas Middleditch, T.J. Miller, Zach Woods, Kumail Nanjiani, Martin Starr, Amanda Crew, Josh Brener, Matt Ross and Jimmy Ouyang. Creskoff’s addition is expected to help fill the void left by the death of Christopher Evan Welch who played the startup’s investor Peter Gregory in Season 1.

This marks Creskoff’s first series gig since her three-season stint as the conniving life coach/pimp Lenore on Hung. Creskoff, repped by Framework Entertainment and Innovative, took a break after the dark HBO comedy to have a baby, returning earlier this year with a five-episode arc on Bates Motel.


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