Waldo's goal is to leave behind a better world than the one he was born into. As the season begins, he cautiously believes in the Widow's promise of reform and becomes a valuable ally. But as her quest for power becomes increasingly ruthless, Waldo loses his faith in more than just the Widow — he will question whether this world is even worth saving.
Stephen Lang is an actor of uncommon transformative range and power, equally at home on film, television, and stage. Lang was recently in the Sony/ScreenGems summer-hit thriller Don't Breathe, in which Lang was "The Blind Man," a performance that garnered critical accolades. Other recent films include: Isolation, Gridlocked, Braven, Beyond Valkyrie, Justice and Solar Eclipse. Lang can be seen in the upcoming 2017 film, Hostiles with Rosamund Pike, Ben Foster and Christian Bale. He is also preparing to reprise and expand on his iconic role as Colonel Miles Quaritch in four sequels to James Cameron's Avatar.
Other noteworthy films in Lang's illustrious career include Band of Robbers, Last Exit to Brooklyn, Tombstone, Gettysburg, Gods and Generals, Public Enemies, White Irish Drinkers, Christina, A Good Marriage, Manhunter, Band of the Hand, and Conan the Barbarian, as well as many others.
Lang recently received the GI Choice Award as well as the "Special Jury Prize for Acting" award at the Phoenix Film Festival for his performance documentary Beyond Glory, which tracks the ten-year odyssey behind his acclaimed solo performance piece about eight Medal of Honor recipients. The film is executive produced and presented by Lightstorm Entertainment principals, James Cameron and Jon Landau. Beyond Glory has received the NEA Chairman's Medal for Distinguished Service, and the Bob Hope Award from the Congressional Medal of Honor Society, which honors Lang's accurate portrayal of the American fighting man.
Other awards and nominations for his roles include: The Saturn Award for Outstanding Villain, the Grace Prize, MTV and Teen Choice Awards, Best Actor Awards from Buffalo-Niagara Film Festival and VisionFest X.
His television work includes series regular roles on Steven Spielberg's Terra Nova and Michael Mann's classic Crime Story, as well as a celebrated portrayal of Babe Ruth in NBC's biopic Babe Ruth, and "Happy" in Death of a Salesman, with Dustin Hoffman.
His extensive work on the New York stage includes A Few Good Men, The Speed of Darkness, Defiance, Death of a Salesman, The Guys, Hamlet, and 101 performances of his solo play, Beyond Glory, at the Roundabout. Theatre awards and nominations include the Tony, Drama Desk, Lucille Lortel, Joseph Jefferson, Helen Hayes, and Outer Critics Circle Awards.
A longtime member of the Actors Studio, Lang holds Honorary Doctorates from Swarthmore College and Jacksonville University.