‘Slave Play’ Actor James Cusati- Moyer Joins Netflix Series ‘Inventing Anna’

And now, ‘Slave Play’ Actor James Cusati- Moyer Joins Netflix Series, ‘ Inventing Anna’. The news broke through via TheWrap. 

'Slave Play' Actor James Cusati- Moyer Joins Netflix Series 'Inventing Anna'

Shonda Rhimes, well known for his series “Scandal”, is making a series based on an article published by Jessica Pressler in the New York Magazine. The article is concerned about Anna Sorokin, alias Anna Delvey and the article titled “How Anna Delvey Tricked New York’s Party People”. She is a 28-year-old lady who falsified herself as a German successor to trick the New York upper class for more than $200,000. 

The Cast:

'Slave Play' Actor James Cusati- Moyer Joins Netflix Series 'Inventing Anna'

 The series Inventing Anna casts:

James Cusati- Moyer as Val, a stylist and fashion director, who was the first one to encounter Anna and her fake and hurricane-like friendship. Besides him, Julia Garner will play the role of Anna on whom the series Inventing Anna is based. Moreover, they will be joined by stars like

Anna Chlumsky, playing the role of Vivian

Laverne Cox, playing Kacy Duke

Katie Lowes, playing Rachel

Alexis Floyd, playing Neff

Arian Moayed, playing the role of Todd

Anders Holm, playing Jack

Anna Deavere Smith as Maud

Jeff Perry, playing Lou

Terry Kinney, playing Barry

Jennifer Esposito, playing the role of Talia Mallay

The series will be directed by David Frankel well known for his movie, “The Devil Wears Prada”.

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About James Cusati- Moyer:

James Cusati Moyer, born in 1989, is an actor who debuted his career with a TV series called “Blue Blood”. Besides this, he worked in television series, counting Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Red Oaks, and Prodigal Son. However, Inventing Anna star is quite active in the theater. In 2017, he debuted in Broadway theater in the comeback of Six Degrees of Separation along-with Allison Janney. Moreover, he acted in Off-Broadway in the drama Slave Play for which he earned a Tony Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor in a Play.