Marin Ireland (Ljuba) is best known for her starring role as Julia Bowman in Amazon’s “Sneaky Pete,” which will premiere its third season in 2019. Ireland recently wrapped a limited Off-Broadway production of Abby Rosebrock’s Off-Broadway show, Blue Ridge, where her portrayal of “Allison,” a progressive high school teacher with a rage problem, has made her a standout actress, naming her as “one of New York Theater’s most inspired and entertaining interpreters” by The New York Times. Ireland can next be seen in the independent drama, Light From Light, which premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2019. Ireland’s theater credits include Reasons to be Pretty, for which she won a Theatre World Award and was nominated for a Tony Award in the category of “Best Performance by a Featured Actress in Play.” Her other New York credits include Summer And Smoke at Classic Stage, Ironbound at The Geffen, The Big Knife on Broadway (opposite Bobby Cannavale), Ironbound at Rattlestick, Kill Floor at Lincoln Center, Blasted and Marie Antoinette, both at Soho Rep, Three Sisters at Classic Stage, Cyclone at Studio Dante (Obie Award) and In the Wake at The Public Theater. Some of her TV and film credits include “Girls,” “Homeland,” “Masters of Sex,” “The Divide,” “The Slap,” “Glass Chin” which earned Ireland an Independent Spirit nomination in 2016, “Sparrows Dance,” “The Family Fang,” “28 Hotel Rooms,” “In the Radiant City” and “Hell or High Water.” Most recently, Ireland was seen in the Lifetime movie “Flint,” about the Flint water crisis, playing activist Melissa Mays. This marks a return to The New Group, where Ireland appeared in Sam Shepard’s A Lie of the Mind, directed by Ethan Hawke, in the company’s 2009-10 Season.