The 7-seasons True Bloods and last season True Detective co-star Ashley Hinshaw joined the cast of ‘Untitled’, a new film produced by David Shara and directed by Arthur Balder.
Hinshaw in a fotogram of ‘Untitled’.
The new production, started in 2015, includes visual arts star Tigran Tsitoghzhyan as the centerfold of a powerful production that breaks the boundaries of documentary filmmaking.
Actress Ashley Hinshaw worked with Christian Slater and Miley Cyrus in her first film roles. She turned heads as a troubled woman who enters the San Francisco porn industry in About Cherry.
Hinshaw’s first big Hollywood blockbuster ($126 million at the box office) was the low-budget, found-footage superhero action flick, Chronicle, which also happened to catapult Michael B. Jordan to the A-List. The actress has been busy of late. She can be seen on Blu-ray and DVD in the 20th Century Fox horror flick, The Pyramid, which she shot in Morocco. This summer, she starred as a troubled starlet Lacey Lindel alongside Colin Farrell, Taylor Kitsch and Rachel McAdams in the highly anticipated second season of HBO’s True Detective. It’s her second stint at HBO, having worked on the seventh season of True Blood.