Creeley Turner
played by Logan Marshall-Green
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Strikebreaker. Detective. Hitman. Ex-con. Creeley Turner is the versatile and cunning Pinkerton agent sent to Holden to end the farmer’s revolt. Working against his will at the behest of an anonymous higher power, Creeley has strict instructions to bust the strike by whatever lethal means necessary. However, there is one man in this miserable town that Creeley can’t kill: his own brother, Preacher Seth Davenport.

Unknown to his superiors, Creeley has a hidden agenda in Holden: to convince Seth to help clear him of the wrongful murder charge that landed him in a Wyoming prison. Clearing Creeley’s name would not only prove his innocence, but also liberate him from the mysterious benefactor forcing him to kill in exchange for his freedom. But after a betrayal years prior effectively ended their kinship, convincing Seth will not be easy. Even more challenging for Creeley will be operating without attracting the attention of his handler, Martin Eggers Hyde Ph.D.

But there is hope for Creeley in the form of Bessie Louvin, a cunning local prostitute whose understanding of Holden and human nature will prove invaluable. In time, these kindred spirits will find their supposed business relationship to be much more complicated.

Logan Marshall-Green commanded the screen as “Charlie Holloway” in the blockbuster Prometheus opposite Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron, Noomi Rapace and directed by Ridley Scott.  This summer he appeared in Marvel’s Spider-man: Homecoming as a villain called “The Shocker.” He will next be seen on the small screen in USA’s Damnation.

Previously, Marshall-Green appeared on the big screen in Oliver Stone’s Snowden, Netflix’s Sand Castle opposite Nicholas Hoult and Henry Cavill, and Sophie Barthes’ film adaptation of Gustave Flaubert’s novel, Madame Bovary, alongside Mia Wasikowska, Paul Giamatti, and Rhys Ifans. He starred in Karyn Kusama’s The Invitation which premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival. His other credits include Cold Comes the Night and James Franco’s big screen adaptation of William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying. He also co-starred in the M. Night Shyamalan produced Devil, Julie Taymor’s Across the Universe, Antoine Fuqua’s Brooklyn’s Finest, as well as The Kindness of Strangers and The Great Raid.

On television, Marshall-Green played the titular lead in Quarry for Cinemax. His other television work includes roles on Jerry Bruckheimer’s gritty drama Dark Blue, Bruce Cohen and Dan Jenk’s Traveler, 24, Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and The O.C.

A graduate of New York University’s Tisch Graduate Acting Program and a prolific stage actor, Marshall-Green appeared opposite Lily Rabe at the Geffen Theater in Neil LaBute’s Miss Julie. He previously appeared in Adam Rapp’s Hallway Trilogy: Nursing for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play. He earned a Drama League nomination for his work as the villainous “Edmund” in King Lear opposite Kevin Klein at the Public Theatre and Greg Kotis’ Pig Farm at the Roundabout Theatre off-Broadway. He also earned Lucille Lortel Award nominations for his performances in Dog Sees God and Neil LaBute’s The Distance from Here, the latter also earning him a Drama Desk Ensemble Award. Marshall-Green’s other off-Broadway productions include Michael Weller’s Beast, Swimming in the Shallows, US Drag, and Turn of the Screw. He is also a regular at the Williamstown Theatre, appearing in such shows as Bus Stop, Street Scene, Skin of Our Teeth, The Blue Bird, Light up the Sky, Tonight at 8:30, The Hour We Knew Nothing of Each Other, Servant of Two Masters, and Xanadu.