Gina Bellman And Noah Wyle Talk About The New Leverage: Redemption [Exclusive Interview]

The full cast of Leverage: Redemption | Courtesy of IMDb TV

Leverage: Redemption brings back Sophie played by Gina Bellman and incorporates Harry played by Noah Wilson to the thieves clan. It’s been nine years since TNT’s final fifth season of Leverage. Today the Leverage gang makes the return with a bang and new cast members.

The Synopsis 

In this new iteration, and new world, the Leverage crew have watched as the rich and powerful continue to take what they want without consequence. Grifter Sophie Devereaux (Gina Bellman, “Coupling”), thief Parker (Beth Riesgraf, “68 Whiskey”), hitter Eliot Spencer (Christian Kane, “Just Married”), and hacker Alec Hardison (Aldis Hodge, “Hidden Figures”) have watched the world change over the last eight years. Since their last job, it’s become easier – and sometimes legal – for the rich to become richer and the powerful to squash anyone who gets in their way. To address the changes in the world around them, the team finds new blood in Harry Wilson (Noah Wyle, “ER”), a corporate lawyer who is looking for redemption after realizing he’d been sitting on the wrong side of the table for his entire career, and Breanna Casey (Aleyse Shannon, “Black Christmas”), Hardison’s foster sister who has a knack for computers, robotics, and getting into trouble.

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Aleyse Shannon as Breanna, Aldis Hodge as Alec, Beth Riesgraf as Parker, Gina Bellman as Sophie and Christian Kane as Eliot in Leverage: Redemption

Gina Bellman has been in the show business since the early 80s. She is known for television series like Blackeyes, Jekyll, Leverage, Henry IX, Bulletproof and of course the all time favorite Jane in Coupling. Films have also been in her raidar like Silent Trigger, Zerophilia and Die Habenichtse among others. Last year she was seen in the short film Gentle.

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Although Noah Wyle also started his acting career in the 80s his big break didn’t come until 1994. Most remember him for his role as John Carter in the popular NBC’s television series, ER. After winning several awards including three Golden Globe nominations he left the popular show after the 11th season. However, he did return for a few episodes including the season finale. Wyle has also been in films like A Few Good Men, Donnie Darko, The Librarian: Quest for the Spear and more.

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Noah Wyle as Harry in Leverage: Redemption

I was connected with Gina Bellman and Noah Wyle via Zoom to talk about Leverage: Redemption. Bellman spoke about what we can expect of Sophie and what it was she looked forward to in this new series after Leverage.  Wyle shared his experience joining a great cast.

Leverage: Redemption is now on IMDb TV

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Nancy Tapia

Nancy Tapia has been an interviewer for LRM and Latino-Review Media since 2011. Currently a member of the Hollywood Critics Association. Former UCLA Bruin specializes in Management. Covering entertainment has been an unexpected lively journey. Always open to the next, new experience. From solo traveling to adding a new peak to her personal 100 Hike Challenge. Follow her on Instagram and Twitter @inancytapia

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