OLIVE KITTERIDGE Miniseries, Starring Frances McDormand and Richard Jenkins, to Debut on HBO in 2014

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The supporting cast of OLIVE KITTERIDGE features Golden Globe winner Bill Murray ("Lost in Translation") as Jack Kennison, a widower befriended by Olive; John Gallagher, Jr. (HBO's "The Newsroom") as Christopher, Olive and Henry's son; Emmy nominee Peter Mullan ("Top of the Lake") as Jim O'Casey, a fellow teacher at Olive's school; Rosemarie DeWitt ("Mad Men") as Rachel Coulson, a shut-in who is one of Henry's customers at the pharmacy; Zoe Kazan ("Ruby Sparks") as Denise Thibodeau, who works at the pharmacy; and Ann Dowd ("Side Effects") as Kitteridge family friend Bonnie.

OLIVE KITTERIDGE co-stars Broadway's Cory Michael Smith ("Breakfast at Tiffany's") as Kevin Coulson, Olive's former student; Jesse Plemons ("Breaking Bad") as Jerry McCarthy, Henry's delivery boy; Brady Corbet ("Martha Marcy May Marlene") as Henry Thibodeau, Denise's first husband; Audrey Marie Anderson ("The Unit") as Ann, Christopher Kitteridge's second wife; Patricia Kalember ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") as Joyce, Christopher's mother-in-law; and Maryann Urbano ("Law & Order: Special Victims Unit") as Jack's wife, Mrs. Kennison.

The behind-the-scenes team includes Golden Globe-nominated composer Carter Burwell ("Where the Wild Things Are"), editor Jeffrey M. Werner, A.C.E. ("The Kids Are All Right"), Emmy-nominated director of photography Frederick Elmes, ASC (HBO's "In the Gloaming"), production designer Julie Berghoff ("The Kids Are All Right"), costume designer Jenny Eagan ("True Grit") and Emmy-winning casting director Laura Rosenthal, CSA (HBO's "MildrEd Pierce").

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