CBS’s new series, Salvation, explores what the US government would do if they were to find out that a deadly asteroid was expected to hit Earth in six months.
The premiere was jam-packed with information on space, asteroids, gravitational interactions, and tonight, the sci-fi series will delve deeper into the looming event that threatens the future of the human race.
Read on to learn about the cast of the series.
Charlie Rowe as Liam Cole
British actor Charles Rowe is perhaps best known for starring as Leo Roth in the Fox medical comedy Red Band Society alongside Octavia Spencer. He also played Young Tommy in Never Let Me Go, James in The Boat That Rocked, and Billy Costa in The Golden Compass.
He recently filmed the movie 400 Boys, which will likely premiere next year.
Jacqueline Byers as Jillian
Jacqueline Byers received her BA in Acting at Queen’s University in Canada, and booked her first television role in 2014, starring as Nora Bryce in SyFy’s Ascension. She’s also held roles in Timeless, Roadies, The Strain, and Scared Stiff.
Santiago Cabrera as Darius Tanz
Most recently, Santiago Cabrera appeared in Big Little Lies opposite Nicole Kidman and Reese Witherspoon. He’s also well known for playing Aramis in The Musketeers.
His other TV credits include The Mindy Project, Merlin, Heroes, and Hemmingway and Gelhorn, alongside Nicole Kidman and Clive Owen.
Ian Anthony Dale as Deputy Secretary of Defense Harris Edwards
Ian Anthony Dale moved to LA to pursue an acting career after graduating from college at St. Mary’s University. He is known for a number of notable film and television roles, including his recurring spot in Hawaii Five-0, as well as guest-star roles in CSI: NY, Murder in the First, Hart of Dixie, American Horror Story, 24, and Charmed among others.
His film credits include The Hangover, The Bucket List, and Mr. 3000. According to his profile on CBS, he worked as a carpenter to make ends meet while auditioning over his first year in Los Angeles.
Jennifer Finnigan as Grace Darrow
Jennifer Finnigan has held an illustrious career in the industry, and is well-known to audiences for playing Bridget Forrester in the daytime series The Bold and the Beautiful. During her time on the soap, she won three Daytime Emmy Awards for Outstanding Younger Actress.
Her TV credits include Better with You, Crossing Jordan, Committed, Psych, and Monday Mornings.