In biographical dramaChappaquiddickTed Kennedy’s life and political career become derailed in the aftermath of a fatal car accident in 1969 that claims the life of a young campaign strategist, Mary Jo Kopechne.
USA / 107 minutes / 2018
Writers:Taylor Allen, Andrew Logan
Jason Clarke as Ted Kennedy
Lexie Roth as Nance Lyons
Olivia Thirlby as Rachel Schiff
Clancy Brown as Robert McNamara
Ed Helms as Joe Gargan
Bruce Dern as Joe Kennedy
Kate Mara as Mary Jo Kopechne
Taylor Nichols as Ted Sorensen
Andria Blackman as Joan Kennedy
David De Beck as Sargent Shriver
Damien Di Paola as Larosa
Matthew Lawler as Dun Gifford
Bob Jaffe as Reporter #2
Bill Mootos as Older Reporter
Sigrid Lium as Senate Staffer (uncredited)
Susan Garibotto as Senate Staffer (uncredited)
Jim Gaffigan as Paul Markham
John Fiore as Chief Arena
Marinko Radakovic as Reporter
Alison Wachtler as Liz Trotta
Angela Hope Smith as Maryellen Lyons
Dustin Tucker as Senatorial Aide
Gillian Gordon as Cricket
Vincent Tycer as David Burke
Kate Henoch as Suzy
Victor Warren as Stephen Smith
Thomas Kee as Walter Steele
Noah Carpenter as Teddy Jr.
Donald Watson as Dr. Watt
Charlotte Dore as Gwen Kopechne
Tim Jackson as Joseph Kopechne
Walter Driscoll as Dr. Mills
Bill Humphreys as Reston
Joe Chase as Farrar
Joseph Zamparelli as Officer Look
Michael Balzano III as US Senator (uncredited)
Paul Bellefeuille as Dike House Resident (uncredited)
John J. Burke as Lawyer (uncredited)
Joe Cali as Reporter (uncredited)
Jesse Christensen as Reporter (uncredited)
Rob DiNinni as Reporter #4 (uncredited)
Stephen F Feeley as Funeral guest / mourner (uncredited)
William Galatis as Shiretown Inn Guest (uncredited)
John Hawe as Stephen Sorenson (uncredited)
Frankie Imbergamo as Mourner (uncredited)
Bobby Kenney as Investigative News Reporter (uncredited)
Dov Kling-Levine as Protester / Local (uncredited)
Jimmy Malcolm as News Photographer (uncredited)
Jason Mulcahy as Reporter (uncredited)
Ed O’Keefe as Funeral Priest (uncredited)
Anthony Pelton as Plymouth Pennsylvania Polic Officer (uncredited)
Bill Porter as Investigative News Reporter (uncredited)
Carrie Ann Quinn as RMV Attendant (uncredited)
Anne Reardon as Mourner (uncredited)
Harold Rudolph as Funeral attendee (uncredited)
John Sarnie as Mourner (uncredited)
Jeff Savage as John Culver (uncredited)
Paul Taft as Vineyard Gazette Photographer (uncredited)
Sarah Elizabeth Mitchell as Senate Secretary
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