Actress Laila Robins is known for her role as Governor Pamela Milton in the final season of The Walking Dead. Pamela was imprisoned in the last episode of the series, and her fate was unknown after the one-year time jump. Robins now stars in a new series, The Crowded Room.
The psychological thriller was created by Akiva Goldsman, known for I Am Legend and Cinderella Man, for Apple TV+. The story is inspired by Daniel Keyes’ 1981 novel The Minds of Billy Milligan and tells of Danny Sullivan, a man arrested for a shooting in New York City in 1979. The story is told through interviews with Danny by interrogator Rya Goodwin and slowly reveals his mysterious past that led to the shooting. The interviews allow Danny to examine his life and come to terms with his past while uncovering a life-altering revelation.
The Crowded Room Release date
The Crowded Room premiered on Apple TV+ on June 9, 2023, with three episodes, with the remaining seven episodes released weekly.
The Crowded Room cast
Tom Holland portrays Danny Sullivan, and Amanda Seyfried plays Rya Goodwin. They are joined by Emmy Rossum, Sasha Lane, Will Chase, Lior Raz, Laila Robins, and Henry Eikenberry.
Robins is a guest star as a character named Susie, other guest stars include Levon Hawke, Jason Isaacs, Emma Laird, and Thomas Sadoski.
The Crowded Room trailer
What else does Laila Robins star in?
Robins recently starred in an episode Accused, a series that airs on Hulu, alongside fellow TWDU actor Keith Carradine (John Dorie Sr. on Fear TWD), and the CBS series So Help Me, Todd.
She is one of several Walking Dead actors who stars in the Prime Video series The Boys, where she portrays Grace Mallory in seasons 1-3. Robins is known for her roles in Blacklist, Dr. Death, The Bold Type, and The Handmaid’s Tale, and in 1987 she portrayed Susan Page in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles.
Next, she will star in Far from the Tree, a drama directed by Durden Godfrey.