Breeda Wool

Breeda Wool is an American actress, writer and producer.wikipedia
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Mr. Mercedes (TV series)

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She is best known for her roles as Lou Linklatter in the Audience crime drama series Mr. Mercedes (2017–present) and Faith Deluth in the Lifetime/Hulu drama series UnREAL (2015–2018).
In January 2017, it was reported that Jharrel Jerome, Justine Lupe, and Breeda Wool, Scott Lawrence, Robert Stanton, and Ann Cusack had joined the main cast, that Mary-Louise Parker was cast a recurring character, and that Ann-Margret's role had been recast with Holland Taylor following an illness in Ann-Margret's family.

Unreal (TV series)

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She is best known for her roles as Lou Linklatter in the Audience crime drama series Mr. Mercedes (2017–present) and Faith Deluth in the Lifetime/Hulu drama series UnREAL (2015–2018).

AWOL (2016 film)

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Her major film credits include AWOL (2016), XX (2017), Automatic at Sea (2016), Erasing Eden (2016) and Craters of the Moon (2013). In 2010, Wool starred in the critically acclaimed short film AWOL, which received recognition from the Sundance Women in Film Panel and the Gotham Independent Film Awards before being adapted as a feature-length film in 2016.
AWOL is a 2016 romantic drama film written and directed by Deb Shoval and starring Lola Kirke and Breeda Wool.

XX (film)

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Her major film credits include AWOL (2016), XX (2017), Automatic at Sea (2016), Erasing Eden (2016) and Craters of the Moon (2013).
It stars Natalie Brown, Melanie Lynskey, Breeda Wool and Christina Kirk.

Midnight, Texas

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She made guest appearances in Freeform's Famous in Love (2017–2018), NBC's Midnight, Texas (2017–2018), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001–2011) and the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2015).
On July 26, 2017, it was announced that Breeda Wool will appear in an episode playing Bowie, described as a "regal, formidable angel warrior".

Erasing Eden

The film stars Breeda Wool as a young woman named Eden, who sabotages her wedding day, and makes a life-changing journey in order to retain her identity and independence, to which it leads her down a dark and self-destructive path.

Audience (TV network)

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She is best known for her roles as Lou Linklatter in the Audience crime drama series Mr. Mercedes (2017–present) and Faith Deluth in the Lifetime/Hulu drama series UnREAL (2015–2018).

Lifetime (TV network)

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She is best known for her roles as Lou Linklatter in the Audience crime drama series Mr. Mercedes (2017–present) and Faith Deluth in the Lifetime/Hulu drama series UnREAL (2015–2018).

Hulu

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She is best known for her roles as Lou Linklatter in the Audience crime drama series Mr. Mercedes (2017–present) and Faith Deluth in the Lifetime/Hulu drama series UnREAL (2015–2018).

Amazon Studios

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Wool also appeared as Victoria in the Amazon digital series Betas (2013).

Betas

Wool also appeared as Victoria in the Amazon digital series Betas (2013).

Freeform (TV channel)

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She made guest appearances in Freeform's Famous in Love (2017–2018), NBC's Midnight, Texas (2017–2018), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001–2011) and the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2015).

Famous in Love

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She made guest appearances in Freeform's Famous in Love (2017–2018), NBC's Midnight, Texas (2017–2018), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001–2011) and the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2015).

NBC

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She made guest appearances in Freeform's Famous in Love (2017–2018), NBC's Midnight, Texas (2017–2018), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001–2011) and the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2015).

Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

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She made guest appearances in Freeform's Famous in Love (2017–2018), NBC's Midnight, Texas (2017–2018), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001–2011) and the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2015).

Law & Order: Criminal Intent

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She made guest appearances in Freeform's Famous in Love (2017–2018), NBC's Midnight, Texas (2017–2018), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001–2011) and the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2015).

Immortality (CSI: Crime Scene Investigation)

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She made guest appearances in Freeform's Famous in Love (2017–2018), NBC's Midnight, Texas (2017–2018), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, two episodes of Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001–2011) and the two-hour series finale of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000–2015).

Urbana, Illinois

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Wool was born and raised in Urbana, Illinois.

Wagner College

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She starred in numerous theatrical productions throughout her elementary and high school career, before her talent landed her a musical theater scholarship to Wagner College.

Columbia University

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While there, she transitioned from theater to short films, starring in the Columbia University graduate short, Dandelion Fall.

William Shakespeare

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Her desire to pursue acting after college took her to New York City, where she spent ten years performing in theater, reciting Shakespeare, sketch comedy, and avant-garde movement dance before relocating to Los Angeles.

Avant-garde

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Her desire to pursue acting after college took her to New York City, where she spent ten years performing in theater, reciting Shakespeare, sketch comedy, and avant-garde movement dance before relocating to Los Angeles.

Upright Citizens Brigade

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In 2010, Wool began performing with the Upright Citizens Brigade improve sketch comedy troupe.

Sundance Film Festival

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In 2010, Wool starred in the critically acclaimed short film AWOL, which received recognition from the Sundance Women in Film Panel and the Gotham Independent Film Awards before being adapted as a feature-length film in 2016.