The “StartUp” and “The OC” actor is sticking with TV for road racing series “Curfew” as one of the show’s main characters.
Adam Brody is to play a wealthy, power-obsessed character in “Curfew,” a TV series set in the world of street racing.
Backed by UK TV network Sky, which is also handling international distribution, and shot on location in northern England, “Curfew” has already attracted Sean Bean (“Game of Thrones”), Billy Zane (“Titanic”),
Adrian Lester (“The Day After Tomorrow”), Malachi Kirby (“Roots”), Michael Biehn (“Terminator”), Miranda Richardson (“Churchill”), Harriet Walter (“The Crown”) and Aimee-Ffion Edwards (“Peaky Blinders”).
Since playing Seth Cohen over four seasons’ worth of “The OC,” Brody has popped up in animated surf comedy show “Good Vibes,” reality TV parody “Burning Love,” and romantic comedy “Billy & Billie” before co-starring in organized crime serial “StartUp.”
The series is being handled by three from British crime thriller “Peaky Blinders” in writer and executive producer Matthew Read, producer Simon Maloney, and director Colm McCarthy.