Bill Hader (Barry Berkman)Stephen Root (Monroe Fuches)Sarah Goldberg (Sally Reed)Anthony Carrigan (NoHo Hank)Henry Winkler (Gene Cousineau)D'Arcy Carden (Natalie Greer)Darrell Britt-Gibson (Jermaine Jefrint)Rightor Doyle (Nick Nicholby)Andy Carey (Eric)Alejandro Furth (Antonio Manuel)Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Sasha Smith)John Pirruccello (Detective John Loach)Michael Irby (Cristobal Sifuentes)Turhan Troy Caylak (Akhmal)Nick Gracer (Yandar)Sarah Burns (Detective Mae Dunn)Jessy Hodges (Lindsay Mandel)Glenn Fleshler (Goran Pazar)
Alec Berg, Bill Hader
Disillusioned at the thought of taking down another "mark," depressed, low-level hit man Barry Berkman seeks a way out. When the Midwesterner reluctantly travels to Los Angeles to execute a hit on an actor who is bedding a mobster's wife, little does Barry know that the City of Angels may be his sanctuary. He follows his target into acting class and ends up instantly drawn to the community of eager hopefuls, especially dedicated student Sally, who becomes the object of his affection. While Barry wants to start a new life as an actor, his handler, Fuches, has other ideas, and the hit man's criminal past won't let him walk away so easily.
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