CARRIE COON (Morgan Hunter) is one of Hollywood's most
exciting emerging talents. With a
wide variety of roles across film, television and theater, she has garnered
acclaim throughout her
career and fostered an impressive body of work.
Upcoming, Carrie will be seen in Jody Hill's "The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer
Netflix will debut March 10, 2018; as well as Christian Papierniak's "Izzy Gets
the F across Town"
opposite Mackenzie Davis, which Shout! has slated for release May 4, 2018.
Later this year, Carrie will be seen in Steve McQueen's heist thriller
"Widows," which features
Viola Davis, Elizabeth Debicki, Michelle Rodriguez, Liam Neeson, Colin Farrell
and Daniel Kaluuya.
The story, based on the 1980s British TV series of the same name, tells of a
group of armed
robbers being killed during a heist attempt and their widows who decide to
finish the job their
spouses started. Carrie portrays a widow who declines to join the others in
Carrie can currently be seen in Stephen Spielberg's "The Post," alongside
Meryl Streep and Tom
Hanks portraying 'Meg Greenfield.' The film was inspired by The Washington
Post's role in
publishing the infamous Pentagon Papers and received a 2018 Academy Award
Carrie's breakout role was in the highly critically acclaimed film "Gone
Girl" opposite Ben Affleck,
Rosamund Pike and Neil Patrick Harris. Based on the best-selling novel by
Gillian Flynn, Gone Girl
tells the story of, Nick (Affleck), a man in a rocky marriage whose life
implodes when his wife
goes missing and he becomes a suspect for murder. Carrie portrays 'Margo "Go"
Additional film credits include Katherine Dieckmann's "Strange Weather" and
"The Keeping Hours."
In 2017, Carrie made history by winning the first ever double TCA Award for
Achievement in Drama for her brilliant work in both HBO's "The Leftovers" and
series, "Fargo." The latter of which also earned Coon an Emmy nomination in the
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie as well as a Critics
nomination for Best Actress in a Movie Made for Television or Limited Series.
credits include "Intelligence," "Ironside," "Law And Order: SVU" and "The
A Tony Award-nominated actress, Carrie returned to the New York stage this
fall as the titular
character in Amy Herzog's "Mary Jane." The critically acclaimed one act play
about a single
mother caring for her chronically ill son enjoyed a successful extended run at
the New York
On stage, Carrie's regional credits include "Our Town" and Anna Christie at
Repertory Theatre, four seasons with American Players Theatre in Spring Green,
"Reasons to be Pretty" and "Blackbird" with Renaissance Theaterworks. Carrie
made her Chicago
debut in "Magnolia" at the Goodman Theater, directed by Anna Shapiro, followed
by "The Girl in
the Yellow Dress at Next Theatre," and Annie in "The Real Thing at Writers
In 2013, after performing in "Three Sisters" and "The March" at the renowned
Theatre Company in Chicago, Coon reprised the role of Honey in their production
Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" on Broadway, for which she received a
nomination for Featured Actress as well as a Theatre World Award. More recently
in 2015, Carrie
made her off-Broadway debut as Louise in "Placebo" at Playwrights Horizons and
in 2016, she
returned to Steppenwolf in Chicago where she starred as the title role in "Mary
Born and raised in Copley, Ohio, she received her B.A. from the University of
Mount Union and
her M.F.A. in acting from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2006. She
currently resides in
Chicago with her husband and creative collaborator, Tracy Letts.