Darlene played by Carly Chaikin
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Darlene is a malware coder whose skills are fundamental to fsociety’s master plan. Though biting and jaded, she becomes Elliot’s confidante. He relies on her resilience and creativity for quick problem solving and fast hacks. She is an excellent lock picker, a crass jokester and a jobless transient. She obtains money from hacking ATMs.
Like most fsociety members, she is reluctant to reveal too many details of her history, and she is paranoid about communication. However, Darlene’s loyalty trumps all, and in the end, her big heart overrides her sharp tongue.
Carly Chaikin stars as Darlene, the moody and standoffish member of fsociety, on USA Network’s Golden Globe® Award winning series, MR. ROBOT.
Chaikin is widely known for her portrayal of ‘Dalia Royce’ on the hit series “Suburgatory.” During its run, she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series at the 2013 Critics Choice® Award and Choice TV Villain at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards®.
She made her big screen debut in “The Last Song” starring alongside Greg Kinnear, Kelly Preston, Liam Hemsworth and Miley Cyrus. Other credits include the independent feature “My Uncle Rafael” and “Escape,” as well as the upcoming television film “Bad Blood.” TV credits include a guest starring role on the hit series “Maron” as well as “NTSF: SD: SVU”
Professionally, Chaikin executive produced and starred in the short film “Nowhere To Go,” which won the Best Avant Garde Award at the First Glance Film Festival and was nominated for Best Short at the Beloit Film Festival. She also produced and co-starred in the short film “Dissonance” which featured an all-star cast including Lorraine Bracco, Kelly Preston, Nancy Travis and Henry Winkler. She’s currently working on her third short film, entitled “Blind Date”, and co-created and stars in the popular “Literally” web series on HelloGiggles.
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