Corey Stoll stars as "Ephraim Goodweather" - head of the CDC Canary Project out of NYC. Eph is one of the first to respond to the mysterious deaths of the passengers on Regis flight 753. He is an empirical obsessive man who gets A's at his job, but flunks real life. He's trying to repair his broken marriage and win his family back.

Stoll last appeared in David Fincher's series House Of Cards as "Congressman Peter Russo," for which he was Golden Globe® nominated. He also played "Ernest Hemingway" in Woody Allen's Midnight In Paris. This performance earned him an Independent Spirit Award nomination.

Stoll was also seen in Sundance competition film C.O.G. based on the David Sedaris short story, Salt with Angelina Jolie, and as the co-lead in series Law And Order: Los Angeles with Alfred Molina. He appears with Liam Neeson in the feature film Non-Stop.

Stoll's first love is the theater. After graduating from NYU with an MFA in 2003, he landed his first professional gig, Lynn Nottage'sIntimate Apparel playing Viola Davis's love interest (Drama Desk Award Nominated in NY, Drama Critics' Circle Award in Los Angeles.) His most recent stage credit was the Broadway revival of Arthur Miller's A View From The Bridge opposite Liev Schreiber and Scarlett Johansson in 2010.

Stoll resides in Brooklyn.