• Martin Donovan as Darius Hayes
  • Michael Graziadei as Kyle Walker
  • David Alpay as James Lynch
  • Yul Vázquez as President Thomas Westwood
  • Shelley Conn as First Lady Gabrielle Westwood

Yul Vázquez

President Thomas Westwood
Actor
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Yul Vázquez

Yul Vázquez is an accomplished actor seamlessly moving between film, television and stage. With over 40 film credits, he will next be seen in "Kill the Messenger" starring opposite Jeremy Renner and directed by Michael Cuesta. Other upcoming projects include the Dreamworks animated feature "B.O.O.: Bureau of Otherworldly Operations" with Bill Murray and Seth Rogan; "Anesthesia;" and "The Cobbler," opposite Adam Sandler, Dustin Hoffman and Steve Buscemi. Vázquez’s recent film credits include "Captain Phillips" with Tom Hanks; "Rob the Mob," opposite Michael Pitt; "Runner Runner" starring Ben Affleck and Justin Timberlake; "Glass Chin" with Billy Crudup; and "The A Team" opposite Liam Neeson and Bradley Cooper.


Vázquez has amassed numerous television credits. He recently starred as “Victor Lazaro” on the Starz drama "Magic City," opposite Jeffrey Dean Morgan. Vázquez’s other roles include “Christian” in "The Good Wife," “Detective Anthony Nikolich” on HBO’s "Treme" and “Pedro” on FX’s "Louie." Over the years, he also had roles on some of television’s most popular shows such as "Seinfeld," "Sex and the City" and "The Sopranos."


Vázquez was nominated for a Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award for his portrayal of “Cousin Julio” in the Broadway production of "The Motherf**ker with the Hat" opposite Chris Rock, Bobby Cannavale and Annabella Sciorra. He is a founding member of the LAByrinth Theatre Company with additional credits including "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot," "The Stendhal Syndrome" and "The Floating Island Plays." Vázquez resides in New York.

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President Thomas Westwood

President Thomas Westwood should be the most powerful man in the world but with the fertility crisis and dipping approval ratings hanging on his back, he relies heavily on his advisors in the decisions to govern the nation.