The Oscar-winning director’s 8-part anthology is chock-full of delectably wicked tales from the Cabinet of Curiosities cast, and we know that there are few safer bets than supporting Guillermo del Toro. He is a seemingly inexhaustible source of fun, whether he is bringing a wooden puppet to life, or making Sally Hawkins fall in love with a fish. In the run-up to Halloween, he’s been producing Cabinet of Curiosities, an eight-part series that’s as exquisite as it is hideous with the Cabinet of Curiosities cast.
While it is expected that there would be successes and failures in every anthology series, nothing in this cabinet is worth dumping as the series begins with Lot 36, directed by Guillermo Navarro, Del Toro’s long-term colleague who received an Oscar for his work on the director’s best film, Pan’s Labyrinth. Lot 36, in which Tim Blake Nelson plays a military veteran who is progressively eaten whole. He has comparable fascist and fantasy themes and his days are spent being pursued by debt collectors and selling the contents of abandoned storage containers.
Blake Nelson is fantastic, portraying all of his fascist brainwashing anger and greed but maintaining enough little cracks of compassion. He even inevitably stumbles and finds a storage container with genuinely horrible items, but who else is in the Cabinet of Curiosities cast?
Kevin Keppy as Corpse
Kevin Keppy, a 6’5″ character and monster actor based in Los Angeles, California, works in cinema and television: award-winning online television shows, feature films, short films, music videos, industrials, and theatrical productions are among his works. Smile, the season’s most anticipated horror film, has been released globally by Paramount Pictures, and Parker Finn’s horror film, directed and written by him and starring Sosie Bacon, has gained critical praise and wonderful reviews for Cabinet of Curiosities cast member Keppy.
Moviegoers will witness Kevin in an extraordinary portrayal that will leave them stunned and surprised as Kevin had the wonderful chance to collaborate with Amalgamated Dynamics to become the character seen on film. Cabinet of Curiosities cast member Keppy’s age and partner is unknown.
Lize Johnston as Dottie
Lize Johnston is a Los Angeles-based actress with a background in New York theater and was reared in South Africa before moving to Australia to be closer to family. She holds an MFA in acting from Harvard University’s American Repertory Theater Institute and has studied at the Moscow Art Theater in Russia and Stella Adler in New York. Cabinet of Curiosities cast member Johnston is 35 years old and single.
Ish Morris as Harry
Ishan Morris, popularly known as iSH, is a Canadian actor and singer who is sometimes credited as Ish Morris in his acting endeavors. Morris developed an acting career after college, starring in commercials, films, and TV series, and co-starred with Keshia Chanté in the television series “Soul.” He also had a recurrent part in The Family Channel’s “Baxter” and appeared in Saw 3D, the final installment of the Saw horror trilogy, and Morris’ debut single, “Falling in Love With You,” reached the top 40 on Canadian radio and Mediabase charts. Cabinet of Curiosities cast member Morris’s age and partner are unknown.
Tim Blake Nelson as Nick
Timothy Blake Nelson is an American dramatist and actor: Nelson’s directing achievements include the Sundance Grand Jury Prize and an Independent Spirit Award for Eye of God (1997); O (2001), a modern-day retelling of Othello; and the Holocaust drama The Grey Zone (2001). Both Eye of God and The Grey Zone were based on Nelson’s own plays. Nelson’s first play, Eye of God, premiered at the Seattle Repertory Theatre in 1992. The Grey Zone debuted in 1996 at the MCC Theater in New York, where his 1998 piece Anadarko was also created and he was a co-star on the HA sketch comedy show The Unnaturals.
Nelson has appeared in films, television shows, and plays. In the film O Brother, Where Art Thou, he played Delmar and was the only person in the cast or crew who had read Homer’s Odyssey, the narrative on which the film is largely based, according to filmmakers Joel and Ethan Coen. Cabinet of Curiosities cast member Nelson is 58 years old, was born on May 11, 1964, and is married to Lisa Benavides.
Sebastian Roché as Roland
Sebastian Roché is a French-Scottish actor: Kurt Mendel in Odyssey 5, Jerry Jacks in General Hospital, Thomas Jerome Newton in Fringe, Balthazar in Supernatural, Mikael in both The Vampire Diaries and The Originals, and Reichsminister Martin Hausmann in The Man in the High Castle are some of his most well-known performances. Roché was born in Paris to Gail (née Stewart), a Scottish mother, and Philippe Roché, a French father. Cabinet of Curiosities cast member Roche is 58 years old, was born on August 4, 1964, and married to Alicia Hannah Kim.