Keri Russell made her New York theatre debut in Neil LaBute’s Off-Broadway production of Fat Pig in 2005. Russell was most recently seen on the critically acclaimed award-winning FX series “The Americans,” which completed its six-season run last year. For the show, Russell received a Television Critics Association Award for Individual Achievement in Drama, three Emmy Award nominations, one Golden Globe Award nomination and four Critics’ Choice Award nominations. Russell is also known for starring as the title role in “Felicity,” for which she won a Golden Globe Award. Her additional television credits include “Into the West” and “The Magic of Ordinary Days.” Russell has appeared in many films including We Were Soldiers, Mad About Mambo, The Upside of Anger, Mission Impossible III, August Rush, The Girl in The Park, Bedtime Stories, Extraordinary Measures, Goats, Austenland, Dark Skies, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Free State of Jones and Waitress. Russell’s upcoming film projects include Antlers directed by Scott Cooper and produced by Guillermo del Toro and Star Wars: Episode IX for director J.J. Abrams.