From "Orange is the New Black" to "The King's Speech," our talented alumni have worked in every facet of the television and film industry. In the age of streaming, it is easier than ever to access all of your favorite content. Explore the major streaming platforms below to discover UNCSA alumni work.
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Catch alumni work on series and films currently available on Amazon Prime Video, including "Carnival Row," created by alumnus Travis Beacham; "The Man in the High Castle," co-executive produced by alumna Liz Benjamin; and the Golden Globe Award-winning film "Lady Bird," starring alumni Lucas Hedges and Stephen McKinley Henderson.
See alumni work on films available on Disney+, like Billy Magnussen as Prince Anders in the live-action adaptation of "Aladdin" and film alumnus Zene Baker, who was an editor for "Thor: Ragnarok." Anthony Mackie stars as Sam Wilson / Falcon in several Marvel movies, including "Captain America: Winter Soldier," "Ant-Man" and "Avengers: Endgame."
Check out alumni work on HBO NOW, including "The Righteous Gemstones," which was created, produced and directed by alumnus Danny McBride—who also stars as Jesse Gemstone. Also watch "Black Swan," a film on which alumna and ABT principal dancer Gillian Murphy served as a ballet consultant.
Watch alumni work on Hulu, including mini-series "Little Fires Everywhere," edited by alumnus Tyler Cook. Twenty seasons of "Saturday Night Live" are available to stream, with many UNCSA connections: former cast member Chris Parnell, former music director Katreese Barnes and former member of the wig department Christal Schanes.
Discover alumni work in many titles available on Netflix, including "All the Bright Places," directed by film alumnus Brett Haley and featuring drama alumnus Chris Grace as Hudson, Terrence Mann as Whispers in the science fiction drama "Sense 8" and "The Keepers," a docuseries co-executive produced by film alumnus Matthew Goldberg.
Alumni share their talents on many other streaming services, such as Krys Marshall as Danielle Poole in "For All Mankind" on Apple TV+, Brett Gelman and Mary-Louise Parker in "Mr. Mercedes" on Facebook Watch and Tim Guinee as Scott Ryan in "Homeland" on Showtime.