Kelly O’Sullivan’s theatre credits include Bruise Easy, The Humans, Columbinus, and The Dark at the Top of the Stairs (American Theater Company- Ensemble member), This is Modern Art, The Internationalist, Honest, Good Boys and True, The Crucible, and 100 Saints You Should Know (Steppenwolf Theatre), The Seagull (Goodman Theatre), Bad Jews (Theatre Wit), Hesperia (Writers Theatre), My Wonderful Day– Barrymore Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Play (The Wilma Theatre), The Lieutenant of Inishmore (Northlight Theatre), Jon and Sketchbook 7 (Collaboraction), The Glory of Living (Profiles Theatre), and Mr. Marmalade– Joseph Jefferson Nomination for Principal Actress in a Play (Dog & Pony Theatre). She has acted at the Pacific Playwrights Festival and the Ojai Playwrights Conference. TV: The Mob Doctor, Battleground, the character “Voodoo” on Sirens, and The History of Us pilot for CBS. Film: In Memoriam, Jessica, Sleep With Me, and Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party. Kelly is a graduate of Northwestern University, The School at Steppenwolf, and a recipient of a Princess Grace Fellowship Award for Theatre.
Marina plays ‘Burgess’ in her series regular role in Dick Wolf’s “Chicago P.D.” She has crossed over several times to “Chicago Fire”, “Chicago Med”, and “Chicago Justice”. Marina spent time working in the New York theatre, winning awards for her work playing Judy Holliday, as well as on Broadway. She first gained attention in television for her recurring roles in both “Gossip Girl” and then as a Russian spy in “The Americans”. She has spent her “Chicago PD” hiatuses over the past two years working in the film world. She will be seen in the independent horror film “Central Park” and “Marshall”, starring Chadwick Boseman and directed by Reginald Hudlin, in which she plays Josh Gad’s wife in the story of Thurgood Marshall. She also wrote, acted and produced a web series called, Special Skills, which can be seen here: http://thespecialskillsshow.com/ Special Skills recently won “Best Web Series” at the Laugh Out Loud’s comedy festival in Montreal. As a result, Marina and her writing partner, got a writing deal with Kevin Hart’s new network, LOL, and Lionsgate.