Damon Herriman as Freddy | Mr Inbetween on FX
When Ray’s former boss and former friend Freddy, portrayed by Damon Herriman, reappears - he quickly proves he’s as slippery as ever. Ray finds it hard to resist Freddy’s blundering charms and soon enough Ray is dispatched to do favors for Freddy. But when Freddy sets Ray and Dave up, and reveals the moral vacuum behind the charm, enough finally is enough.
Herriman’s extensive credits in both Australia and the United States are a testament to his versatility and reflect his standing as one of Australia’s best character actors. The award winning Australian actor has several massive projects coming soon.
Herriman stars opposite Jimmi Simpson and Sir Ben Kingsley in the Epix series Perpetual Grace, LTD. In 2019, he portrayed infamous serial killer Charles Manson in Quentin Tarantino’s feature film Once Upon A Time in Hollywood alongside Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie. Later that same year, Herriman portrayed Manson a second time for season two of Netflix’s award-winning series Mindhunter.
Herriman starred opposite Mia Wasikowska in Judy and Punch, which debuted at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, and The Nightingale, which also premiered at Sundance Film Festival. He has completed production on the Australian miniseries Lambs of God, in which he stars opposite Ann Dowd.
Herriman’s previous film credits include Down Under, The Little Death (AACTA Awards nomination for Best Lead Actor), Son of a Gun, Russell Crowe’s The Water Diviner, 100 Bloody Acres, The Square, Candy and The Big Steal. In 2008, Herriman won the Best Actor award at the St Kilda Film Festival for his performance in the short film Len’s Love Story.
Herriman’s U.S. film credits include J. Edgar, also starring Leonardo DiCaprio and directed by Clint Eastwood for Imagine Entertainment and Warner Bros., Redbelt, directed by David Mamet for Sony and House of Wax for Warner Bros.
On American television, Herriman is best known for his recurring role as “Dewey Crowe” in the critically acclaimed FX series Justified opposite Timothy Olyphant. Other U.S. television credits include a recurring role in CBS’ Vegas opposite Dennis Quaid, Breaking Bad, Wilfred, The Unit, Cold Case and Vince Gilligan’s police drama Battle Creek. His series regular roles include the Starz cable drama Flesh and Bone, which received a 2016 Golden Globe® nomination for Best Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television, and Quarry for Cinemax.
Herriman currently resides in Australia.
as Ray Shoesmith
Series creator Scott Ryan plays “Ray Shoesmith.” At age 40, Ray’s having something of a midlife crisis.
Justin Rosniak plays Ray’s best friend, “Gary.” They’ve known each other for years, and worked together a lot in the past, but less so now.