Nine Perfect Strangers is an American drama miniseries based on the 2018 novel by Liane Moriarty. David E. Kelly, who co-produced the series with John-Henry Butterworth, premiered on Hulu on August 18, 2021.
Nicole Kidman (Masha Dmitrichenko)
The Oscar winner stayed in Byron Bay as Masha, the Russian representative of a spa called Tranquillum House, while filming the limited series. Kidman also produced a series adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s 2018 novel of the same name.
Bobby Cannavale (Tony Hogburn)
Cannavale told Insider that he carefully chose several of the character’s T-shirts, including a Styx shirt and a Planet Hollywood Orlando shirt because he wanted Tony to “look like someone he didn’t care about anymore.”
Melissa McCarthy (Frances Welty)
During her tenure in Tranquillum House, Hall’s character becomes progressively aggressive.
Melvin Gregg (Ben Chandler)
Ben arrives at Tranquilum’s house to sort out his marriage problems with his wife, Jessica Chandler (Samara Weaving). Gregg told Insider that his character’s original wardrobe looked cheap, so he asked for fancy clothes to make her look “new money.”
Samara Weaving (Jessica Chandler)
To become Jessica, the Australian actress wore fake tan, acrylic nails, dentures and used threads to pull her face; she told Digital Spy. She told the press that other Nine Perfect Strangers cast members didn’t recognize her when she first arrived on set.
Asher Keddie (Heather Marcon)
Keddy’s Heather, husband Napoleon Marconi (Michael Shannon), daughter Zoe Marconi (Grace Van Patten) and their son are on vacation for the third anniversary of their deaths.
Michael Shannon (Napoleon Marconi)
After offering the trio a discount, high school teacher Masha brings the family to Tranquillium for a much-needed vacation.
Grace Van Patten (Zoe Marconi)
The youngest of Tranquillum House, Van Patten Zoe, celebrates her 21st birthday with her parents on vacation.
Luke Evans (Lars Lee)
Lars signs up for a 10-day transformation package with plans to write a story about Masha.
Manny Jacinto (Yao)
Jacinto’s Yao, a wellness consultant, acts as a mediator between Masha and the guests.
Tiffany Boone (Delilah)
Boone’s Delilah questions Masha’s unorthodox treatment midway through the series.