Impression Entertainment Signs ‘Mission: Impossible’ And ‘Dune’ Actress Gloria Obianyo

Impression Entertainment Signs ‘Mission: Impossible’ And ‘Dune’ Actress Gloria Obianyo

EXCLUSIVE: Impression Entertainment has signed Gloria Obianyo, an actress seen in everything from Dune and the latest Mission: Impossible to Amazon’s Good Omens, for management.

Most recently seen recurring opposite David Tennant and Michael Sheen on Good Omens, in the role of the archangel Uriel, Obianyo around the same time recurred in the seventh season of Starz’s hit historical fantasy series Outlander.

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Seen in recent tentpoles Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning and Dune, Obianyo prior to that made a splash on the film side in A24′ sci-f horror High Life, marking the English-language debut of renowned French filmmaker Claire Denis, which had her starring alongside Robert Pattinson and Mia Goth.

Currently wrapping up a critically acclaimed run in a Yael Farber-directed production of King Lear at The Almeida Theatre in London, Obianyo has also been seen in such Almeida productions as The Clinic and Next Please: The Keyworkers Cycle. Other stage credits for the actress include Maryland at the Royal Court Theatre, the Gielgud Theatre’s production of Girl from the North Country, and Paradise at the National Theatre, which saw her win first prize at the Ian Charleson Awards for her performance as Neoptolemus.

Up next, Obianyo will be seen recurring on Netflix’s Benedict Cumberbatch series Eric, the BBC miniseries Murder Is Easy, the upcoming season of Andor for Disney+, and Paramount+’s The Road Trip. In London, she continues to be represented by Roxane Vacca Management.

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